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How did the humanism of the Renaissance compare with traditional Church teachings?

A Both humanism and the Catholic Church taught that people are born sinful and in need of salvation.
B Humanism’s focus on individual free thinking clashed with the Church’s teaching of obedience to Church doctrine.
C While humanists separated themselves from society through a life of monasticism, the Church taught that one should live amongst the poor.
D Both humanism and Catholic Church teachings encouraged a devotion to discipline in education.
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  1. B is correct.

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