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Church History Chapter 6 Vocabulary

The vice of imagining sin when none exists or grave sin when the matter is not serious.
This is the title of a local prince who would lead the provinces of the Low Countries during times of trouble
Latin for "Scripture alone". This Lutheran belief posits the whole of the Divine Revelation and all a person needs for salvation is contained in the Bible.
This Calvanist doctrine posits each person's salvation or damnation depends solely on God's predetermined decision through no effort of his or her own.
Issued by Elizabeth I, these provided a foundation for the Church of England, maintaining all the outward appearances of Catholicism but implanting Protestant doctrine.
St. Ignatius wrote this guide for spiritual perfection, which is divided into reflections and meditations meant to help the believer emulate Christ.
Catholic uprising in England in 1569 that tried to restore the Catholic religion, drive Protestant leadership from London, and acknowledge Mary Stuart as England's rightful heir.
This congregation was founded by Pope Gregory XV to promote and establish apostolic missions.
This cloak was worn by native peoples in Mexico.
A mutiny in the Low Countries by Philip II's forces. During this rampage, Philip II's troops pillaged and murdered over 6000 people in Antwerp.
This French political faction, having no strong religious ties, tried to manipulate political divisions in France for its own political gain.
This group of Christians in India is descended from the missionary activity of St. Thomas the Apostle.
The change of the substance of bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ with only the accidents, or properties, of bread and wine remaining.
In an unsuccessful attempt to remove Elizabeth I from the throne of England, Phillip II of Spain sent his fleet of ships in 1588.
This document, drawn up and signed by Scottish lords, adopted a Calvinist profession of faith and denied the authority of the Pope, thus establishing Presbyterianism in Scotland.
This proclaimed King Henry VIII the supreme leader of the Church of England, above the Pope.
Within the Church, a bishop having control over more than one diocese.
These Japanese Buddhist monks saw St. Francis Xavier and his missionaries as a danger to their established influence.