AR Lecture 3 - Lecture 3 Protestant Reformation 1 Catholicism 1 World rejection salvation is found not in this world 2 symbol system dualism of

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Lecture 3 – Protestant Reformation 1. Catholicism 1. World rejection: salvation is found not in this world 2. symbol system: dualism of this and the other world 1. all rites, rituals devoted to getting you to the 'other' world 3. Religious action: withdrawal from the world 1. holy actions counter secularism of the world 4. Social Implication: battles between political and religious hierarchies 2. Protestantism 1. World acceptance 1. salvation comes from life in this world 1. using one's talents to better serve God, realize His will 2. no more mediated salvation 1. priests are equally fallible, confession is between one's individual relationship with God 2. salvation through worldly activities 1. evangelism 3. The Protestant Reformation 1. Martin Luther, John Calvin (Reformed Protestantism) 2. The Bible 1. Protested the priestlyhood of medieval practices 2. saw rituals and rites as the obstacles of true communion with God.
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2009 for the course REL 2121 taught by Professor Hackett during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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AR Lecture 3 - Lecture 3 Protestant Reformation 1 Catholicism 1 World rejection salvation is found not in this world 2 symbol system dualism of

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