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1

Catholic dissidents had to change the church from the outside rather than within the church structure.

True

2

In A.D. 1616 Galileo was put on trial for heresy

True

3

The theory of probablism was a theory propagated by Medina of Spain in reference to personal opinions and one's actions.

True

4

Dominicans usually emphasized free will and the Jesuits emphasized God's grace

False

5

The Council of Trent was a Protestant attempt to revitalize the Protestant Reformation.

False

6

The results of the Council of Trent was moral reform and a dogmatic Catholic doctrine.

True

7

The Council of Trent concluded Scripture and tradition were equal.

True

8

After the Council of Trent, every Catholic was allowed to interpret Scripture and publish books as they saw fit.

False

9

Those babies who died without baptism, according to Catholic doctrine, go to Limbo.

True

10

Justification, according to the decree of the Council of Trent, is gradual and involves faith and works.

True

11

Transubstantiation was abolished after the Council of Trent.

False

12

George Calixtus sought to unite the different branches of the Christian Church.

True

13

Another movement today that seeks to do the same as George Calixtus is the ecumenical movement.

True