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APRIL 4 - APRIL4 15:39 ProtestantReformation:1517

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APRIL 4 15:39 Protestant Reformation: 1517 Church viewed this as an affront to their authority. Spain trying to overcome the new Protestant nations At first, no response. Index of forbidden books, and they come down hard on the Jews Counter-reformation – 1520-1542 – before this, it looked like many bishops were  willing to compromise. When the Pope orders all to go to Trent; many bishops just don’t come. Council of Trent – 1545-1560s Jesuits – known for education. Colonialism/missionary work is about to start.  Catholic education. Establish schools for nobility. They end up being really  great schools; still known today as well-versed theologians. Also set up  standard seminary education. Dogma – restates Church dogma; required belief. Re articulate faith and  works. Papal authority – at this point, the Pope is not considered infallible
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This note was uploaded on 05/03/2011 for the course REL 1001 taught by Professor Yadlapati during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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APRIL 4 - APRIL4 15:39 ProtestantReformation:1517

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