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HIEU201Lecture32 - H IEU 201 Nov 17th 2008 F rance Calvin...

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HIEU 201 Nov 17 th , 2008 France, Calvin England & Catholic Reform 1. France a. Politics: Size, Centralization, Royal Prerogative b. Religion: Gallicanism, Vitality, Humanist Reformers i. Marguerite d’Angouleme, sister of Francis I, queen of Navarre 1. l’affair Cop in Paris ii. Popular/Radical Movements 1. Iconoclasm: attack on statue of BVM in Paris, ourage only settled by King himself participating in a procession 2. Provinces 3. Urban centers: Paris, Rouen, Troyes, Lyon iii. Guillaume Farel: The Affair of the Placards iv. John Calvin (1509 in Noyon in Picardy-1564 in Geneva) 1. Trained as a humanist 2. Picardy Paris Humanistic Reform 3. Basel - first edition of Christianae Religionis Institutio 4. Geneva a. Farel’s presence b. Calvin as “Lecture in Holy Scripture” c. 1537 Church Ordinance 5. Strassbur – early stage of reformation in Germany 6. Influence a. Synthesis of biblical and classical himanism, logic and didalectic b. Influence on language – clear, bold French style (// Luther) c. Positive view of reason and possibility of renovation of the image of God c. France, 1536-1598 i. Francis I ii. Henry II’s ascension to the Throne 1. Edicts of Chateaubriand (1551) and Ecouen (1559) 2.
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