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The Topics include: The Reformation, John Calvin, Predestination, Geneva, Theocracy, Calvinism, Anabaptists, Catholic Reformation, Counter-Reformation, Ignatius of Loyola, Council of Trent.
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McDougal Littel's World History: Patterns of Interaction
Absolutism To Revolution
European Renaissance and Reformation
Chapter 17, Section 4 "The Reformation Continues"
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Source: World History, Patterns of Interaction
Chapter 17, Section 4
Presenters Notes, Higher Order Questions, Concepts
The Reformation Continues
Chapter 17 Section 4
-Anglican Church and Roman Catholic church similar in their doctrines and ceremonies.
As Protestant Reformers divide over beliefs, the Catholic Church makes reforms
-Anglican Church similar to Roman Catholic Church
-Calvinism emerges, inspired by John Calvin
Calvin Continues The Reformation
Religious Reform In Switzerland
-Zwingli wants to return to: Early Christian Church
-1520: Openly attacks abuses in the Catholic Church
-1531: Bitter war breaks out Catholics Vs. Protestants, Zwingli killed
-Zwingli influenced by Luther and Erasmus
Calvin Formalizes Protestant Ideas
-John Calvin would have as much influence in the spread of Protestantism as Luther did.
-In 1536, Calvin publishes “Institutes of the Christian Religion”
-People sinful by nature
-Cannot earn salvation
-Very few people will be saved
-Life’s path predetermined by God
-It has already been determined who will be saved
-What about “free will”? Is it possible that we have a destiny, but can make choices that may allow us to reach it?
Higher Order Question: How do Calvin’s Theories compare or contrast with your own beliefs?
Calvin Leads the Reformation in Switzerland
-1541 Leaders in Geneva Switzerland ask Calvin to lead them.
-City Run by strict rules
-Attend religion class
-No card playing
-No bright clothes
-Anyone caught preaching a different message would be burned at the stake!
-Calvin says the ideal government is Theocracy- rulers are both political and religious leaders.
-Geneva becomes a strict Protestant Theocracy led by Calvin
-1559: John Knox brings Calvinism to Scotland, followers: Presbyterians
-Church governed by laymen called Presbyters, or elders
-Calvin’s followers in France called Huguenots
-Catholics massacre Huguenots in Parus 1572 (St. Bartholomew’s)
Higher Order Question: What governments are Theocracies today?
Answer: 1. Iran, 2. Saudi Arabia, 3. Afghanistan, 4. Somalia
Other Protestant Reformers
-Interpretation Creates Differences
-Holy Bible: Anabaptists, Lutherans, Calvinists, Baptists
-Protestants: The Bible is the source of all religious truth and people should read it and discover those truths.
Anabaptists, Greek: “Baptize Again”
The Lamb caught in thorns symbolizes the early persecution of Anabaptists believers.
-Baptized only people who were old enough to decide or ReBaptized adults.
-Believes in Separation of Church and State
-Lasting influence on: Mennonites, Amish, Baptists and Quakers
Women’s Role In The Reformation
-Marguerite of Navarre protected Calvin in France
-Katrina Zell also protects reformers, comforts those in misery
-Katherina Von Bora, Luther’s Wife, promotes equality in marriage
The Catholic Reformation
Ass protestant numbers grow, millions stay loyal to the Catholic Church
A Counter Reformation
-A Catholic Reformation seeks to reform the Catholic Church from within
-Major reforming Popes: Paul III and Paul IV
-Counter Reformation: To go against the Protestant Reformation
Higher Order Question: Why did the Catholic Church feel it needed to make reforms?
Answer: Protestantism was reducing Catholic Church Members
Ignatius of Loyola
Grew up in his fathers castle in Loyola Spain. Turning Point: 1521, injured in war, thought about his past sins and the life of Jesus. His daily devotion he believed, cleansed his soul.
-Leading Catholic Reformer
-His “Spiritual Exercises” (1522) calls for meditation, prayer and study to cleanse the soul.
-Pope creates “Society of Jesus” religious order, The Jesuits
-Jesuits follow Ignatius, start schools, convert non-Christians, do good works
Higher Order Question: How did Jesuit Reforms help keep people from turning protestant?
Answer: Their schools taught priests, missionaries converted non-Christians
In Venice alone, followers burned over 10,000 books in one day!
-Pope Paul III
-Approved Jesuit Order
-Inquisition: Punish Heresy
-Called Council of Trent to lay out reforms
-Pope Paul IV
-Carried out the councils decrees, burned offensive books
Reforms: Council of Trent
-Church’s interpretation of the Bible is final
-Christians need faith and good works for salvation
-Bible and Church Traditions equally important
-Indulgences are valid expressions of faith
-False indulgences banned
-Church investigated corruption
The Legacy of The Reformation
-The Reformation set the stage for the modern world, but left Europe culturally divided
Religious and Social Effects of the Reformation
-Catholic Church is unified; Protestant Denominations grow
-Catholics and Protestants create schools throughout Europe
-Status of women does not improve
Political Effects of The Reformation
-Catholic Church’s power lessens, power of monarchs and states grow
-Reformation’s questionings of beliefs brings intellectual ferment
-Late 18th century sees an intellectual movement: The Enlightenment
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