anonymous
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With which of the following would John Wycliffe not agree? clergy members living in poverty Christians reading and analyzing the Bible themselves a priest telling his congregation that bread and wine turned to the body and blood of Jesus during communion Christians speaking out against corruption in the Church
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van.Gosh
  • van.Gosh
Probably a priest telling his congregation that bread and wine turned to the body and blood of Jesus during communion. To quote Wycliffe: "The bread while becoming by virtue of Christ's words the body of Christ does not cease to be bread.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, I was thinking the same. Hopefully it is correct :)
van.Gosh
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anonymous
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Could you help me with another? @van.Gosh
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OKay thank you one min
anonymous
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Which of the following represents a contrast between the ideas of Ulrich Zwingli and John Calvin? Zwingli believed in the creation of a Christian state, while Calvin thought church and state should be separate. Zwingli believed in the sale of indulgences, while Calvin thought the sale of indulgences was wrong. Calvin believed in the creation of a Christian state, while Zwingli thought church and state should be separate. Calvin believed in the sale of indulgences, while Zwingli though the sale of indulgences was wrong.
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Prettygirl_shynice
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the answer is C. Calvin believed in the creation of a Christian state, while Zwingli thought church and state should be separate.
Prettygirl_shynice
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@gasperwya the answer is C. Calvin believed in the creation of a Christian state, while Zwingli thought church and state should be separate.
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u got it
anonymous
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Okay, ill let you know if it right. Thank you!!
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