17 3 Txtbk. Q's - Esteban Peralta 2-6-09 WHH 6 Rdg. 17:3,...

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Esteban Peralta 2-6-09 WHH 6 Rdg. 17:3, pg.494 #1,3,4,5,6, Rdg. 17:3, pg.494 #1,3,4,5,6, 7 7 1. ● Luther took a public stand against the actions of Friar Tetzel, who gave people the impression that by buying indulgences , or pardons, they could buy their way into heaven. ● Luther’s actions against Tetzel’s “indulgence tactics” began the Reformation , a movement for religious reform which led to the founding of Christian churches that did no accept the pope’s authority. ● Instead of continuing to seek reforms in the Catholic Church, Luther and his followers became a separate religious group, called Lutherans , after he returned to Wittenberg. ● Eventually, the term Protestant was applied to Christians who belonged to non-Catholic churches, as it was applied to the protesting princes who supported Luther’s ideas. ● The Peace of Augsburg was a famous religious settlement in which the Protestant princes and Charles V agreed that each ruler would decide the religion of his state. ● Henry VIII asked the pope to annul , or set aside, his marriage with Catherine of Aragon, but the pope turned him down in an effort to not offend Catherine’s powerful nephew, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. ● The English Parliament followed Elizabeth’s wishes of
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