a) challenges to the authority of the Pope
b) discoveries related to the position of the Earth in the universe
c) new ideas on the role of the citizen in government
d) revival of medieval knowledge about the human body
2. The Scientific Method's greatest contribution was to
a) encourage individuals to accept traditional explanations of social and scientific problems
b) demonstrate that natural occurrences all could be explained by reference to the teachings of the Church
c) promote investigation into the physical world using observation and experimentation
d) explain how human society and government should work for the improvement of people
3. Three of the following statements describe some of the advances in learning in Renaissance Europe. Choose the statement that does not accurately describe an advance in learning.
a) Teachings of the Church and discoveries of science worked together to improve understanding of the physical world.