Lecture 24,Wed., 12-1-10

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Lecture 24, Wed., 12-1-10 (last lecture for Test 4) Chapter 13 (Protestant Reformation in Europe ) I. The Spread of The Protestant Reformation in Europe A. Ulrich Zwingli – Zurich, Switzerland ( 1518-1520’s) abandoned the Catholic priesthood and began a reform movement which took root in several of the Swiss cantons ( or states) in the 1520’s simplified religious service consisted of Scriptural reading, prayers, sermon…. Swiss Civil War Zwingli tried & failed to form a Protestant alliance with Luther ( disagreed about church doctrine) Zwingli wanted to strengthen Protestant ties since Switz. (like Germany) was part of Charles V’s HRE October, 1531 Swiss states that remained loyal to Catholicism launched a war against Zwingli’s followers- Zwingli was killed- a harbinger of things to come “wars of religion” passionate Catholics & Protestants in various countries will go to war …. B. Anabaptists ( collective term for radical Protestants in various parts
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course HIST 100 taught by Professor Carbine during the Fall '10 term at Loyola Chicago.

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