Reli. Notes 13

Reli. Notes 13 - o Both heaven and the Devine are humanized...

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The Renaissance Started in Italy, moved throughout Europe Enthusiasm for classical learning: o Acceptance of value of classics by Church Focus on humanity Humanism: o Focus more on material world, human life o Translates into activities in heaven o Heaven becomes more human and more social o No longer motionless One realm for worship of God One garden realm for human interaction Idea of paradise garden: o Plants and animals appear here o Different from static heaven outlined by Dante Change in artwork:
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Unformatted text preview: o Both heaven and the Devine are humanized • Old Testament justification for reunion w/ family and friends: o None o Instead comes from Cicero’s Scipio’s Dream • Pleasure from heaven: o From kissing (even at a distance) each other and saints • Luca Signorelli: o Italian painter o Commissioned by Church o Includes: Resurrection of the dead Perfected bodies Torment of the damned • Michelangelo: o Depicts Last Judgment in Sistine Chapel, dead raising...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course RELI 125 taught by Professor Styers during the Fall '10 term at UNC.

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Reli. Notes 13 - o Both heaven and the Devine are humanized...

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