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CHAPTER 14 STUDY GUIDE Identifications and Vocabulary Council of Trent Predestination Counter-Reformation/Catholic Reform Augsburg Confession Index of Prohibited Books Brothers & Sisters of the Common Life Diet of Worms Emperor Charles V devotio moderna (the modern devotion) Ignatius Loyola Henry VIII of England Huldrych Zwingli Elizabethan Settlement Jesuits/Society of Jesus John Calvin Martin Luther Affair of the Placards Anabaptists Justification by faith alone Scripture alone Priesthood of all believers Teresa of Avila Institutes of the Christian Religion *************************** Learning Objectives 1. Explain the reasons for increasing demands for religious reform in the late Middle Ages. 2. Analyze how political problems in the Holy Roman Empire with the Papacy contributed to the spread of reformed religion in the German states. 3. Identify the principal Protestant traditions and reformers that emerged in the sixteenth century and how they differ from Roman Catholicism and Papal leadership. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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