Final Study Guide JUS - Final Exam Study Guide Week VI...

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Final Exam Study Guide Week VI (October 1 and 3): The Inquisition and the Eve of the Reformation Assigned Reading: Chazan pp. 43-51, pp. 169-281; Carroll pp. 313-362 What was the relationship between the Crusades and the Inquisition? The Crusades lead to a wind of “questioning authority” across Europe. In 1215, a group of baron got together and created the Magana Carta, which basically stated that rulers have a responsibility to the ruled and the ruled have a responsibility to the rulers. “It is not a one way street”. The Magna Carta led to parliament, a representative body that could talk with the ruler. This ended a 1000 year of unquestionable rule of the rulers, now the ruler had to negotiate with the people. It wasn’t long before the Church realized that this wind of “questioning authority” would extend to questioning the Church and so the popes reacted by calling the 4 th Lateran Council (Carroll, 281-285), which also established the Pople as the feudal leader of the world. This council also
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course JUS 387 taught by Professor Price during the Fall '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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