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HIST 1003 Jan26

HIST 1003 Jan26 - HIST 1003 Jan 26 Reformation BRETHREN OF...

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HIST 1003 Jan. 26 Reformation BRETHREN OF COMMON LIFE BRASMUS OF ROTTERDAM – most famous Try to find out what Christians were like before. Didn’t make much progress REFROMATION- implied wrong. Get a revolution Begins with MARTIN LUTHER. SAXONY. He was born in 1483-1505. Parents were middle class. They sent him to school. He graduated with Bachelor of arts. parents had big plans – wanted him to become to lawyer. He had troubling thoughts. During summer he spent a lot of time wandering in forests with his thought. Lightening bolt struck ground near him. He said he would be monk. He was troubled. Went home told parents not going to law school becoming a monk. He would be essentially dead with monk life. Joined severe group of monks. The AUGUSTINAN It was like he was punishing himself Had thoughts of girls Wondered if he had any chance at salvation. Spiritually uneasy. Church was dealing population that was very uneducated. You are saved by GOOD WORKS- Sacraments clergy –SAVED Church taught salvation that way. Couldn’t get more complicated. This didn’t work for Martin Luther He became a priest as well. Confessed all sins. Still felt he couldn’t be saved. His confessor- STAUPITZ- assigned him new testament to _____ One day working on ROMANS I:17 pauls letter. He comes upon this line: “THE JUST SHALL LIVE BY FAITH” after reading this he knew he would be fine Marthin luther had a new vision. His own equation of salvation= if you have FAITH-> GOD WORKS//SAVED
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