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Which accurately compares the theology that dominated during the Middle Ages with the philosophy that came to prominence during the Renaissance?
(Select all that apply.)

the middle ages followed humanist ideals, whereas as renaissance followed a feudal s
system with a structural hierarchal society

the middle age followed feudalist ideals with a structured hierarchical society, whereas the renaissance shifted to humanist ideals

the middle age followed ancient Greek and Roman traditions, whereas the Renaissance was inspired by the revival of the roman catholic teachings

the middle ages followed roman catholic traditions, whereas the Renaissance was inspired by the revival of Greek and Roman teachings

b and a

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  1. You're not thinking. b and a are opposites.

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  2. oh ok. b and d

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  3. Yes, b and d.

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  4. thank u

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  5. YW.

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  6. Wow Ms. Sue, that was a harsh response...

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  7. Ms.Sue you lowkey mean

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  8. Haha XD

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  9. that was very rude of u sue!

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