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Based on the quotation above, what can be concluded about Jan Huss?
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Read the following excerpt from John Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion. Then answer the following question: Since the perfection of blessedness consists in the knowledge of God, he has been pleased, in order that none might be excluded from the means of obtaining felicity, not only to deposit in our minds that seed of religion of which we have already spoken, but so to manifest his perfections in the whole structure of the universe, and daily place himself in our view, that we ...
Weegy: D. God can be seen in nature User: Read the following excerpt from a letter written by Ignatius Loyola to two members of the Society of Jesus, who were about to embark on travels. Then answer the following question: Do not possess a mule or a horse; and try to secure the service of some Spaniard or Frenchman who knows the language of the country. In board and lodging always aim at a fitting simplicity. In travelling, make use of half or a third, more or less, as shall seem to you convenient, of the ordinary expenses; and never have money in your hands or keeping, but the sums given to you for travelling commit to the hands and keeping of some reliable good people of the place, that they may distribute a due portion impartially to the poor, or devote it to pious objects, as seems best for God's service.—Public Domain This letter best demonstrates which of the following? Loyola expected Jesuits to share their faith with everyone they encountered. Loyola expected Jesuits to live modestly and act charitably. Loyola expected Jesuits to keep up with their studies while traveling. Loyola expected Jesuits to be open to new experiences and cultures. (More)
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From the exerpt in can be surmised that: Loyola expected Jesuits to live modestly and act charitably.
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