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Martin luther and the reformation
Who was known as "a loyal monk and great thinker" during the reformation?
A) Martin Luther
B) John Calvin
C) Zwingli
D) John Huss
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Martin luther and the reformation
How were the beliefs of Macolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. different?
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Martin luther and the reformation
Who is known as the American Gandhi?
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Martin luther and the reformation
Who is known as the father of Protestantism?
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Martin luther and the reformation
Who started the civil rights movement in the USA?
A. John Milton
B. Martin Luther King
C. John Kennedy
D. George Bush

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Martin luther and the reformation
Which of the following defines the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S.A. (1954-1969)?
a. It refers to a set of reform movements and abolishing legal racial discrimination against African Americans led by Martin Luther King Junior.
b. It refers to a set of reform movements and abolishing legal racial discrimination against African Americans led by Abraham Lincon.
c. It refers to a set of reform movements and abolishing legal racial discrimination against African Americans led by Albert Einstien.
d. None of these
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Martin luther and the reformation
In the 95 theses, Martin Luther especially did which of the following?
a. Questioned the authority of Bible
b. Stated that bishops could give salvation
c. Criticised the selling of indulgence
d. Showed that faith was inconsequential for getting into heaven
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Martin luther and the reformation
In the ‘Letter from Birmingham Jail,’ Martin Luther King Jr. discussed the ‘strangely irrational notion that there is something in the flow of time that inevitably cures all ills. we must come to see that human progress never rolls on the wheels of inevitability. the main idea of the above excerpt ?
A.Nonviolence is the key to success for the civil rights movement.
B.The white moderates are obstacles to our victory.
C.we must act now.
D.Injustice must be eradicated everywhere.
E.Breaking unjust law is justified.
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