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anonymous

  • one year ago

Which statement best defines the teachings of John Calvin? Calvin taught his followers that salvation could be achieved through faith, but not through good works. Calvin taught his followers that human beings needed to follow strict rules to overcome their nature and do good. Calvin taught his followers that they could reduce punishment for their sins by giving generously to the church. Calvin taught his followers that priests and popes were closer to God than their churchgoers.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Surana
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    I would make a guess that it's the first choice you want.

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    c

  4. Surana
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    Or that. Go with it if you like it.

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