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November 12 notes - THE REFORMATION PART II I Luther and...

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November 12, 2007 THE REFORMATION, PART II I. Luther and the German Reformation II. The Peasants’ Revolt and the Popular Reformation III. The Radical Reformation (Anabaptists) IV. Zwingli and Calvin (Switzerland) V. The English Reformation VI. The Catholic Reformation I. Luther and the German Reformation a. Diet of Worms – Luther condemned as a heretic and released, Prince of Saxony “kidnapped” him and kept him safe b. Radical movements began (pushed monks and nuns to marry, destroyed “idols”, socialist ideas) i. Spread to country and especially to the peasants ii. 1522 – Luther returns to crush the radical movements iii. Led to a peasant uprising (1524-5) II. The Peasants’ Revolt and Popular Reformation a. Peasants’ 12 Demands i. (1) – right of parishes to remove pastor ii. (2) – abolition/equal distribution of tithes iii. (3) – abolish serfdom iv. (4) – right to hunt and fish v. (5) – restore woods and forests to villages vi. (6) – reduce labor services vii. (7) – lords should obey provisions of existing leases without changes
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