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1

France was a nation that was predominately Catholic in the 16th century

True

2

England was a nation that was predominately Anglican in the 16th century

True

3

Zwingli's view of Scripture could be best described as the infallible Word of God.

True

4

Zwingli believed the doctrine of predestination, that man was either elect or reprobate.

True

5

Zwingli went so far in his teaching about predestination that he taught men are judged by outward signs.

True

6

The true church, according to Zwingli, was those who are part of the civil government of the land.

False

7

Zwingli believed the sacraments were a means of grace and salvation.

False

8

Zwingli believed that the act of Baptism was considered an initiation into the Christian's faith.

False

9

The Anabaptist believed in the total separation of Church and Religion

False

10

The Anabaptist movement was classified as a traditional movement within the Church.

False