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Reformation Part 3 •1529 Diet of Speyer •First use of the term Protestant •Counter Reformation ° Jesuits ° Council of Trent
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Diet of Speyer 1529 Princes opposed to Luther’s ideas agree to join forces Princes supporting Luther sign a letter of protest thus The term Protestant! Protestant Reformation was a movement away from the Catholic Church
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Counter Reformation or Catholic Reformation This was an attempt to reform the Catholic Church from within and win back converts
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Lgnatius Loyola Leader of Counter Reformation Founded Society of Jesus (Jesuits) Win back converts through education
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Pope Paul III
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Unformatted text preview: Council of Trent • Coucil of Trent was an attempt to reform the Catholic Church • Major Doctrines defined Council of Trent Major Doctrines • Popes interpretation of the Bible was final • To be saved one needs both faith and good works • Bible and Church traditions share equal authority • Indulgences were wrong if they were for sale Peace of Augsburg • Chares V calls the Diet of Augsburg • Peace of Augsburg agreed to • Princes would decide for their State what religion would be followed • the only two options were Lutheranism & Catholicism....
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