4-3 - Notes 4/3/07 I. Catholic Counter Reformation a....

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Notes 4/3/07 I. Catholic Counter – Reformation a. Adrian VI – 1 st pope to recognize that there were some abuses of power. b. Pople Paul III – sets the official counter reformation in place c. Pope Paul IV – church began holding meetings in trent i. Council of Trent 1. Clarified Catholic Doctrine 2. Affirmed Catholic Doctrine (7 sacraments). 3. church affirmed the theology of the scholastics 4. emphasized educations among the priests 5. created the index of forbidden books (list of books that should be burned) 6. affirmed the books of the septuagent II. Lutheran Orthodoxy a. Systematic Lutheran theology i. Everyone makes their own theology 1. no togetherness 2. inspiration – what your idea is about how the scripture was inspired to be written a. verbal inspiration – God verbally tells people what to write. III. George Calixtus a. Sought unity among the protestants b. Died in 1656 IV. Enlightenment a. A secular movement to test the bounds of human nature b. Explosion of thinking in all different walks
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course REL 1350 taught by Professor Holleyman during the Spring '07 term at Baylor.

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4-3 - Notes 4/3/07 I. Catholic Counter Reformation a....

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