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    Unit 2 Reformation and Religious Warfare (Chapter 13) Standards 1. Identify and discuss the major causes of the Protestant Reformation. (Political, Economic, Religious) 2. Discuss the political and social consequences of the Protestant Reformation in the first half of the sixteenth century. 3. Compare...
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  • Compare and Contrast Luther and Calvin
    Compare and Contrast Martin Luther and John Calvin. Martin Luther and John Calvin were both very important leaders of the Protestant Reformation. Although they were both against the Roman Catholic Church, they brought about very different ideas in religion. Martin Luther founded the group that are today...
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  • Martin Luther
    Martin Luther: Reformation After the Renaissance there was a lot of social unrest and confusion. The Roman Catholic Church was losing popularity, and in order to become popular again they gave into some societal views. The infallible papacy and indulgences were two of those views that gave into humanism...
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    tradition? 2. '81: Compare the ways in which two works of art reproduced below express the artistic, philosophical and cultural values of their times. (Pictures of Michelangelo's David and Giacometti's Man Pointing 1947). 3. '82: Compare and contrast the cultural values of the...
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  • Appeal of Lutheran Christianity
    Assess the appeal of Lutheran Christianity The Reformation can be said to have started in 1517 when an Augustinian friar, Martin Luther, nailed his ninety-five theses to the door of the town church in Wittenberg, Germany. The ninety-five theses were written in outrage towards the papacy and were intended...
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  • Martin Luther
    Who was Martin Luther? Martin Luther was a German Monk, Priest, Professor, and Theologian who reformed the church. His teaching triggered the reformation and has made him an essential figure in European history. He was born in Eisleben on November 1483 where he grew up as a copper miner's son and later...
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  • Essay Reveiw
    AP Essay Review 17th Century Affairs 1. How did the disintegration of the medieval church and the coming of the Reformation contribute to the development of nation-states in Western Europe between 1450 and 1648? a. Thesis: Rise of absolutism came at the expense of the medieval church, absolutism...
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  • History Essay
    events should be considered revolutions? Why or why not? c. Comment on the impact of each revolution (political, social, economic, etc.) d. Compare and contrast the pair you have chosen.  Be sure to address the major agents of change (the personalities involved), the central ideas, and the legacy of...
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  • Religious Ideals: Protestant Reformation vs. Counter-Reformation
    The late medieval Catholic Church faced monumental crises during the Avignon papacy, the Great Schism, the Conciliar period, and the Renaissance papacy. The leadership of the pope was called into questions due to inappropriate behaviors such as, corruption and political manipulation. Many laity and intellectual...
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  • The Reformation in Europe
    to a 16th century Roman Catholic Church priest. Upset by these actions and seeking a reform to the Catholic Church, Martin Luther, a German priest, appealed to the pope. He was ignored, thus motivating him to write the 95 theses, a document that described how the Roman Catholic Church's selling of indulgences...
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    Test Review Sheets Ch 11 - Reformation 1. Review Ch 10 and 11 People & Terms and major works of art, literature, political or other accomplishments. 2. Under Louis XI of France, what happened that strengthened the French monarchy and how did this help keep France Catholic? 3. What were the various...
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  • The Reformation: Religious and Cultural Change
    The Reformation: Religious and Cultural Change Heading into the Sixteenth century, the Roman Catholic Church was undoubtedly the dominating religious power in Europe. This was the time before the Great Reformation, begun by theologian and monk, Martin Luther. Martin Luther challenged the Catholic Church...
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  • Protestant Reformation
    PROTESTANT REFORMATION ZWINGLI/ANABAPTIST While there were many who disagreed with the Catholic Church during the years of the Reformation one of the more striking figures would have to be Huldrych (Ulrich) Zwingli. Huldrych was born in Wildhaus, Switzerland on 1 January 1484. Even though his family...
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  • Christianity
    between 1500 and 1600? History tells us that during the 1300s and 1400s there is only one church in the West—the Catholic Church—under the leadership of the pope in Rome. The Catholic Church had been for some time a notoriously corrupt institution afflicted by internal power struggles and popes and...
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  • Ap European History Chapter 12 Review
    Baroque painter, and a proponent of an extravagant Baroque style that emphasised movement, colour, and sensuality. He is well-known for his Counter-Reformation altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and history paintings of mythological and allegorical subjects. In addition to running a large studio in Antwerp...
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  • Protestant Reformation
    Protestant Reformation 1 Protestant Reformation Protestant Reformation Precursors • • • • • • • • Waldensians (I 12th century) Avignon Papacy (1309–77) John Wycliffe (E, 1320–84) Western Schism (1378–1417) Jan Hus (B, ~1369–1415) Hussite Wars (1420–~34) Northern Renaissance German mysticism...
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  • Reformation
    Reformation is considered as an overwhelming movement which struck the entire the Europe from the 16th century, thus creating a break-up of the religious unity with the emergence of a newly-defined Christianity. The significantly increasing criticism of the Church¡¦s doctrinal views and moral practices...
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  • Was England Torn Apart by Religious Revolution in the Years 1547-1559?
    England witnessed an almost inevitable reformation. However, the impact on the majority was not necessarily beneficial- as Duffy wrote, the Reformation bought with it an ‘assault on traditional religion’, leaving many men that ‘breathed easier for the accession of a Catholic queen’. It is possible to perceive...
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  • The Protestant Revolution
    The Protestant Reformation occurred at a time of sharp conflict between the emerging nation states of Europe, bent on conformity and centralization within their realms, and the self-governing small towns and regions, long accustomed to running their own affairs. Since the fourteenth century the king’s...
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  • The Magisterial Reformers
    Introduction 2. The Magisterial Reformation 2.1 Historic Context 2.2 Religious Context 2.3 Social Context 2.4 The Concept of Reformation 2.5 The Magisterial Reformers 3. The Sources of Faith and Teachings of Magisterial Reformers 3.1 Lutheran Reformation 3.1.1 Early years 3.1.2 Theological...
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