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Unformatted text preview: HIEU 201 Nov 17 th , 2008 F rance, Calvin England &amp; Catholic Reform 1. France a. Politics: Size, Centralization, Royal Prerogative b. Religion: Gallicanism, Vitality, Humanist Reformers i. Marguerite dAngouleme, sister of Francis I, queen of Navarre 1. laffair 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. Farels 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 I Is ascension to the Throne 1. Edicts of Chateaubriand (1551) and Ecouen (1559) 2. The Importance of the Martyrs as examples a. Jean Crespin The Book of Martyrs b. Theodore de Beza, Ecclesiastical History 3. Reformed Schism, The Nobility and the Reformed natives vs. Genevan importsReformed Schism, The Nobility and the Reformed natives vs....
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2009 for the course HIEU 201 taught by Professor Ridenhour during the Spring '08 term at UVA.
- Spring '08