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Fill in the blank, multiple choice Puritanism ____________ the wealth, power, and authority of Catholicism and the Church of England. Puritans adopted the basic principles of ___________ , including predestination. The Puritans believed that God predetermined everyone's fate. Nothing—not wealth, achievements, power, or even good deeds—could change a person's destiny. This idea was very different from Catholicism and Anglicanism—both of which believed in free will. According to the doctrine of free will, a person can earn salvation through good deeds and holy behavior. Puritans also believed in the concept of____________ . Humans were flawed, sinful beings that could only be saved through the grace of God. First blank options A.) aimed to acquire B.) accepted C.) rejceted second blank options A.) the bible B.) Calvinism Third blank options A.) indulgences B.) a monarch's supreme authority C.) original sin

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Puritanism rejected the wealth, power, and authority of Catholicism and the Church of England. Puritans adopted the basic principles of Calvinism, including predestination. The Puritans believed that God predetermined everyone's fate. Nothing—not wealth, achievements, power, or even good deeds—could change a person's destiny. This idea was very different from Catholicism and Anglicanism—both of which believed in free will. According to the doctrine of free will, a person can earn salvation through good deeds and holy behavior. Puritans also believed in the concept of original sin. Humans were flawed, sinful beings that could only be saved through the grace of God.

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