1. This scene reminds me of the Crucible.
2. There are a lot of important religious figures there.
3. He is asking if he still believes in what he said earlier and supports it.
4. He is speaking bad about the Catholic church.
1. it reminds me of a trial and jury/interrogation
2. the figures at the top of the hierarchy of the catholic church
3. to recant means to 'take back' or regret
4. the popes (past and present)
5. no he does not
1. This reminds me of To Kill a Mockingbird because of how unjust the courtroom is.
2. The Pope and other Catholic officials.
3. They are asking if he'll take back what he has written about the church and say he was wrong.
4. He is speaking badly about the Popes.
5. No, he does not recant.
1. It reminds me of the Crucible.
2. There is a man questioning Martin Luther. He seems to be important. There are other men in red who also seem to be important.
3. Do you take back what you said is what it means.
4. He was speaking out against the popes. Private people who are supporting the tyranny.
5. He does not recant.
1. It reminds me of Salem Witch Trials
2. The Pope and the Cardinals.
3. They are trying to get him to take back what he has said and wrote.
4. He was talking bad about the pope.
5. He doesn't recant any of his works.
1.This scene reminds me of court.
2. Holy authority figures are there like Cardinals and the pope.
3. It means to take back or to make a formal retraction.
4. He is speaking bad about Popes.
5. No he does not recant.
1.Does this scene remind you of anything?
It reminds me of the crucible, when they are all in the court room.
2. What kinds of authority are here?
Priests, Bishops, Pope.
3. "Do you recant?" What does that mean?
say that one can't hold an opinion or belief, especially one considered heretical.
4. Who is Martin Luther speaking bad about?
Popes, the Catholic Church,
5. Does Martin Luther recant?
1) court, trial
2) The heads of the Catholic Church
3) Do you agree to not believe what you have written
4) The Catholic Church and the Popes
5) No, he refuses to recant.
1. Much like Martin Luther, Galileo was tried for heresy by the Catholic Church for his belief that the Earth revolves around the Sun (which later was proved to be true.)
3."Do you take back what you said?"
4.The Catholic Church
5. No, he does not recant.
1. It reminds me of when they tried Christ.
2. The highest authorities in the Catholic Church
3. Does he take back what he has written
4. The Catholic Church and how they are doing things.
5. He doesn't recant
2. The King, the Pope, members of the Catholic church
3. It means do you no longer believe in what you had said.
4. The Catholic Church
1. The scene reminds me of a court trial.
2.The authority in this court is the Pope, the cardinals, and the other leaders in the Roman Catholic Church.
3. "Do you recant?" means, " Do you take back what you have written?" It is basically telling Luther to admit and pull away from the things that are going against the church.
4. Martin Luther is speaking bad about the leaders of the church.
5. Martin Luther doesn't recant.
1.When Jesus was interrogated by Pilate 2.The King, Pope, and bishops are there 3.If he rejects his work 4.The Catholic church 5.He does not.
1. It reminds me of a courtroom
2. The pope and other officials are the main authority here
3. Recanting means to say that you no longer hold that belief
4. Martin is speaking bad about the popes
5. He does not recant
1. It reminded me of a court room.
2.The Catholic church (Pope)
3. Do you take back what you say.
4.The Catholic church
5.No he doesn't recant
1. It reminds me of the Salem Witch Trials from the Crucible.
2. The Pope, Cardinals, people of the church, etc.
3. They are asking, or telling, him to take back what he said about the church.
4. He is basically speaking bad about everyone in the church and that they are 'doing it wrong.'
5. No, he does not recant his 95 Thesis. He said that if he did that, he would not be able to stop everything from getting worse.
1. It reminds me of the Sistine chapel, a court meeting
2. The Catholic Church
3. Did you write these books? Or regret
4. The popes of the past and present.
1. It reminds me of a court trial.
2. The Catholic Church is the authority (Pope).
3. When they ask that, they are wanting to know if he takes back what he said.
4. He is speaking bad about the Catholic leadership/authority (the popes)
5.No he does not recant.
1. It reminds me of The Crucible/The Salem Witch Trials.
2.The Pope and Bishop.
3. He is asking if he takes back what he said about the church.
4.Luther is speaking bad about the catholic community, he pointed out the pope in court.
5.He does not.
1. This scene reminds me of a trial or a court room
2. The Catholic Church
3. It means to change to your opinion
4. He is speaking bad about the church, and how its tradition is wrong.
5. No he does not recant
1. This scene reminds me of the Crucible where they are having the hearings about the 'witches'.
2. Priests, Bishops, Pope are the kinds of authority in the video.
3. They are asking Luther if he gives up his beliefs against the church.
4. Martin Luther is speaking bad about the Popes and practically the whole church.
1)It reminds me of a court room.
2)There is the head "monk" and then the lower levels of monks.
3)It means do you agree that what you did was wrong and are you sorry for it.
4)The catholic church.
1. The scene reminds me of a court room.
2. Catholic authorities such as, The Cardinal, are the people who ran this court.
3 When they ask him to recant, they are asking to take back what he said.
4. He is talking bad about the Catholic Church.
5. He doesn't recant.
The authority in this scene is the Catholic church . Martin Luther's published documents contain heresies against the church. This reminds me of a trial that happens in court. He is speaking bad about the Popes while in the court. He's talking about how all the things that have been established up to the present time is wrong according to scripture. He does not recant whenever they ask him for the final time because he believes that what he is standing up for is straight from the word of god. To racant means to take back what you've said or done.
2. the king, court, bishops, cardinals
3. to say you changed your mind about what you once claimed you believed
4. the Catholic Church
The Gutenburg Bible is one of the most important books in history. It is over five hundred years old. It sparked the revolution of the world.
1. A court
2. The pope
3. It means to take back the bad things you did.
4. The Catholic Church.
5. No he doesn't recant.