HIST 103 FINAL PREP - Hist 103 Final Study Guide Tuesday December 15th 4:30-6:30pm TTH 102(our normal classroom Blue Books Provided bit.ly\/1XQl78k Part

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Hist 103: Final Study Guide Tuesday December 15 th 4:30-6:30pm TTH 102 (our normal classroom) Blue Books Provided bit.ly/1XQl78k Part 1 of 3 (20%): Identifications (not cumulative only the ones after midterm ) Since the midterm you have gathered 42 identifications from class lectures. We will list the definitions of ten of those terms and you need to write in the correct person/place/event. You will not be provided with a list of the terms themselves. 1. Zwickau Prophets Critics of the church. God’s speaking through them, and they rejected Baptism. Shows the radicalization 2. Diet of Worms Meeting of Holy Roman Empire (HRE) Luther doesn’t recant his ideas Turning point towards radicalization and reformation. Luther breaks from the church 3. 95 Theses Luther penned a document attacking the Catholic Church’s corrupt practice of selling “indulgences” to absolve sin. he wrote the 95 Theses which showed two beliefs. 1. Bible is central 2. Humans may reach salvation through faith not by their deeds 4. Lucas Cranach Artist, wrote the Christ and antichrist, painter who helps Luther, art and image matters, interplay of text and image 5. “A Mighty Fortress is Our God” One of Luther’s hymns (1524), importance of song, Luther wrote it, strong lyrics 6. Mainz Psalter One of the earliest prints, emergence of print, spiritual troubles, it was also a religious text 7. Anabaptists Extreme, super radical branch of the reformation You shouldn’t be baptized as an infant Personal over organized authority, your soul matters more Religious life over material Tradition of Martyrs (true believers die for faith) 8. Peace of Augsburg Charles V in 1555, declares that ruler defines religion (As the ruler, so the religion), focuses on state not the people, Protestantism recognized 9. John Calvin France but then goes to Geneva, interested in humanism, converts to Protestant, he reforms Protestantism, gets exiled, Wrote the Institues as textbook to establish Calvinism Likes structure and organization He doesn’t like the elites Wrote the Institutes of the Christian Religion No dancing, no Claudes (too catholic)
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10. Pilgrimage of Grace Rebellion for religious reasons to get Henry VIII to go back to Catholicism, to restablish the mass North remains catholic, ultimately failed 11. Lords of the Congregation Scotland, 1559 Rich protestant nobles opposed the marriage of Queen Mary of Scotland and King Francis II of France. They wanted to make sure that Scotland remains out of control of the French ** important because Scotland has reformation from elite up 12. Act of Supremacy Henry VIII he has control, head of the church of England 1534 Establishes protestant reformation in England 13. Society of Jesus The Jesuits, rapid growth 1556 – 1000 members Focus on Education – worldwide mission Later protectors of Catholicism · This group was formed by Ignatius Loyola recognized by the Pope in 1540. They attempted to spread Catholicism throughout the world and were known as the “shock troops” of the Counter Reformation.
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