Powerpoint, HIST 104, Class 1, Martin Luther and the Reformation, Thurs Aug 25, 2011

Powerpoint, HIST 104, Class 1, Martin Luther and the Reformation, Thurs Aug 25, 2011

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Charles V: serves as both King of  Charles V: serves as both King of  Spain (1516-1556) and Holy  Spain (1516-1556) and Holy  Roman Emperor (1519-1556) Roman Emperor (1519-1556)  The Holy Roman  Empire, ca. 1530 
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Martin Luther: 1483-1546 Martin Luther: 1483-1546 October 31, 1517:  “95 Theses”  Luther the preacher 
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Martin Luther (1483-1546) and  Martin Luther (1483-1546) and  the Reformation the Reformation    “95 Theses on the Power of  Indulgences” issued on October  31, 1517 in Wittenberg     Excommunicated by Pope  Leo X in 1520    “Banned” by Holy Roman  Emperor Charles V in 1521,  before the Diet of Worms— forbidden to teach, preach 
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Tenets of Lutheranism/Protestantism Tenets of Lutheranism/Protestantism Emphasis upon individual over  institution of the Church, local bishop,  even Pope Church as entire body of believers, not 
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Powerpoint, HIST 104, Class 1, Martin Luther and the Reformation, Thurs Aug 25, 2011

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