Powerpoint, HIST 104, Class 2, The Effects of the Reformation, Tues Aug 30, 2011

Powerpoint, HIST 104, Class 2, The Effects of the Reformation, Tues Aug 30, 2011

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Second-generation reformer:  Ulrich Zwingli (1484-1531)  
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Zwingli dies fighting Catholic  cantons in Switzerland—Bible in  one hand, sword in the other 
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Second-generation reformer(s): The  Anabaptists, led by John of Leyden  (1509-1536)  1532: Led by their  Dutch prophet, John of  Leyden, a group of  Anabaptists took over  Münster, in Holy  Roman Empire 
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Most important Second- generation reformer: John Calvin (1509-1564) 
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The Reformation in England  The unsatisfied Henry VIII (reigns  1509-1547) wants male heir, divorce  Pope refuses 
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  • Anglican Church, Ulrich Zwingli, Second­generation reformer, generation reformer, unsatisfied Henry, Dutch prophet

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Powerpoint, HIST 104, Class 2, The Effects of the Reformation, Tues Aug 30, 2011

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