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1. The main goal of the Jesuits was to… A. reform Spanish convents and monasteries. B. defend, restore, and spread the Catholic faith. C. end the growth of Calvinism in England. D. end corruption within the Catholic Church
Weegy: B. defend, restore, and spread the Catholic faith. User: 2. Many scholars agree that between 1450 and 1750 people’s beliefs in both Christianity and magic led to… A. a strong allegiance to spiritual leaders. B. the rise of radical religious sects. C. a new spiritualism centered in nature. D. the persecution of people as witches. Weegy: Many scholars agree that between 1450 and 1750 people?s beliefs in both Christianity and magic led to the persecution of people as witches. User: As a result of the Peace of Augsburg in 1555 each German prince could decide the religion for his lands. A. True B. False User: The calculations of astronomer Johannes Kepler showed that… A. the planets move around the sun in oval orbits. B. Earth spins alone at the center of the universe. C. the four moons of Venus move slowly around that planet. D. the heavens are in a fixed position in relation to Earth. Weegy: The calculations of astronomer Johannes Kepler showed that the planets move around the sun in A. the planets move around the sun in oval orbits. User: 2. _____________ was a revolutionary thinker who believed in the method of experimentation and observation. A. Francis Bacon B. René Descartes C. Nicolaus Copernicus D. Niccolò Machiavelli Weegy: C. Nicolaus Copernicus User: . Isaac Newton showed that gravity keeps planets in orbit. A. True B. False User: How did European expansion of the slave trade affect African states in the 1600s and 1700s? A. African states began to trade in European slaves. B. African states competed to dominate the slave trade. C. African states united to oppose the slave trade. D. African states became too weak to resist the slave trade. Weegy: How did European expansion of the slave trade affect African states in the 1600s and 1700s? B. African states competed to dominate the slave trade. User: 2. Who were ... (More)
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