Religion Final Exam Class review.Julian Hunter

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Unformatted text preview: Julian Hunter Final Exam Review by Julian Hunter 75 questions total: 50 over new material (lectures 19-25), and 25 from old material (lectures 1-18) mixed with some new material 1 st Category: Reformation(s) 1. Catholic Reformation Council of T rent Reformed Church practice, not church doctrine Theologically, they dont change, but organizationally, they do Society of Jesuits Ignatius Loyola Direct Obedience to the Pope Mysticism Teresa of Avila Interior Castle: 4 states of prayer(meditation,quiet,union,ecstasy) John of Cross Dark Night of the Soul: empty oneself of self-interest to allow God in Missions Bartolome las Casas (advocate for Indigenous peoples) 2. Reformed Tradition Zurich Reformation and Zwingli Zwingli- Whatever lacked literal support in Scripture was not to be believed or practiced Humanist Influence led Zwingli to his Reformation position Separation 1: Eucharist is a memorial,not a sacrifice=Symbolic Anabaptist (Separation 2) Against Zwingli, happened in Zurich No infant Baptism, but Believers baptism instead Julian Hunter John Calvin and Predestination Institutes: explanation of the theology of the reformers= Gave Protestantism Intellectual force and legitimacy Double Predestination: God predestines the elect to salvation and everyone else to damnation Synod of Dort( TU L I P) and Total Depravity Remonstrants( followers of Jacob Arminius) The synod condemns Arminianism and affirms 5 doctrines Agree on Total Depravity but disagree on Unconditional election, Limited Atonement, I rresistible grace, and Perseverance of the Saints 3. British Isles (English Reformation) Henry V I I(Political Phase) Act of Supremacy(1534) : Separated Church of England from Papal authority and established Henry as head of the church Defender of the Faith= Their still catholic, but without a pope Edward V I(Protestant Phase) Liturgy: vernacular, both kinds, preaching becomes important Book of Common Prayer: provides an English language liturgy Ma ry (Catholic Phase) Goal: return nation to Roman Catholic Church Julian Hunter Repeals Act of Supremacy= Pope is head of the church, not king English Protestants flee to Europe and fall under the influence of Calvinism( Reformed Tradition)= They bring this back to England Elizabeth (Protestant) Elizabethan Settlement(Via Media): Middle way for Catholics/Prot. 2 nd Act of Supremacy(1559): Supreme Gov. of church, not head(JC) 39 articles(1571): docturnal basis for Anglicanism; Moderate positi James I (Scotland) and V I (England) Wanted to instill Royal Absolutism and a church with a rigid hierarchical structure that was subservient to the crown=Episcopal Result: Some puritans stay within Anglican church and some puritans separate (Separatists) Charles I (executed by own gov) Affinity toward Catholic France; Strong Monarchy like France Disbanded Parliament= ruled without them for 11 years Appoints William Laud to enforce Anglican practices(Uniformity),...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2010 for the course REL 1350 taught by Professor Holleyman during the Spring '07 term at Baylor.

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