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1.Evaluate whether or not the Catholic Church in the 1600s was opposed to new ideas in science. In your response ...

r response you should do the following. • Respond to the prompt with a historically defensible thesis or claim that establishes a line of reasoning. • Describe a broader historical context relevant to the prompt. • Support an argument in response to the prompt using at least six documents. • Use at least one additional piece of specific historical evidence (beyond that found in the documents) relevant to an argument about the prompt. • For at least three documents, explain how or why the document’s point of view, purpose, historical situation, and/or audience is relevant to an argument. • Use evidence to corroborate, qualify, or modify an argument that addresses the prompt
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2. Evaluate whether or not the Catholic Church in the 1600s was opposed to new ideas in science. In your response ...

In your response you should do the following. • Respond to the prompt with a historically defensible thesis or claim that establishes a line of reasoning. • Describe a broader historical context relevant to the prompt. • Support an argument in response to the prompt using at least six documents. • Use at least one additional piece of specific historical evidence (beyond that found in the documents) relevant to an argument about the prompt. • For at least three documents, explain how or why the document’s point of view, purpose, historical situation, and/or audience is relevant to an argument. • Use evidence to corroborate, qualify, or modify an argument that addresses the prompt
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3. Evaluate whether or not the Catholic Church in the 1600s was opposed to new ideas in science. In your response ...

In your response you should do the following. • Respond to the prompt with a historically defensible thesis or claim that establishes a line of reasoning. • Describe a broader historical context relevant to the prompt. • Support an argument in response to the prompt using at least six documents. • Use at least one additional piece of specific historical evidence (beyond that found in the documents) relevant to an argument about the prompt. • For at least three documents, explain how or why the document’s point of view, purpose, historical situation, and/or audience is relevant to an argument. • Use evidence to corroborate, qualify, or modify an argument that addresses the prompt.
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