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Unformatted text preview: 2-7Reformation and the State Church vs. Secular Ruler in Middle Ages Church v. Pope v. King who has power over the appointments? church has lands and material wealth who has power over land? who has power over the taxes they collect church courts v. secular courts Powers acquired by rulers in Catholic Countries Spain 4 Kingdoms Granada muslim go on a crusade against non-christians gain land in the name of the church given the power to appoint the bishops of Latin America, and Spain eventually over all the realms it rules Aragon Nev Castille has the appointment of bishops (who appoint priest) reform church before the reformation b/c crown was interested considerable part of wealth by church held by 3 crusading orders Knights of Templar orders power to appoint laypeople to administer their lands church collects tithes in theory, 1/10 of the produce of the land Ferdinand and Isabella 1/3 of this income goes to the ground part of ______ goes to crown Spains golden age Crown uses Church to unite Spain as a country by making it an identity Spanish Inquisition a court that inspects the faith of those written up...
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