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John Calvin was a French protestant who founded _________. a. the Anglican Church c. the Protestant Church in Switzerland b. the Church of England d. the Institute of Huguenots
John Calvin was a French protestant who founded the the Protestant Church in Switzerland.
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Jesuits combined Catholic beliefs with _______________ beliefs. a. Calvanist c. Lutheran b. Humanist d. Huguenot
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Jesuits combined Catholic beliefs with Humanist beliefs.
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