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Which accurately describe ideological differences between Catholicism and humanism during the Renaissance?

(Select all that apply.)

catholicism promoted the individual as the center of existence, whereas humanism promoted god as the center of existence

catholicism was the foremost authority on nature, whereas humanist recognized science as a way to understand nature

catholicism encouraged questioning of dotrine, whereas humanist considered questioning doctrine as heresy

catholicism promoted a central gonverment, whereas humanism promoted a representative democracy

i think its a and c

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  1. B and D are correct:)

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  2. oh sorry i didn;t mean c and d i mean b and d

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  3. oh it c and d right i went back to read the text Catholicism
    centralized authority
    God as the center of existence
    Church is authority on nature
    ordered universe, predetermined
    Church teachings not to be questioned
    Church-controlled education
    Humanism
    representative democracy, local governance
    the individual as the center of existence
    science recognized as a way to understand nature
    ordered universe, working like a machine
    questioning encouraged to understand
    state-supported and private education

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