WC2 - REFORMATION REFORMATION OCTOBER MARTIN LUTHER MARTIN – WITTENBERG WITTENBERG INDULGENCES INDULGENCES POPE LEO X POPE FRIAR JOHANNES TETZEL

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Unformatted text preview: REFORMATION REFORMATION OCTOBER 31, 1517 OCTOBER MARTIN LUTHER MARTIN (MOVEMBER 10, 1483 – FEBRUARY 18, 1546) WITTENBERG WITTENBERG INDULGENCES INDULGENCES POPE LEO X POPE FRIAR JOHANNES TETZEL FRIAR 95 THESES 95 JOHN WYCLIFFE (WICLIF) JOHN WAT TYLER (1381) WAT JOHN HUS (1369-1415) JOHN WITTENBERG RELIGIOUS SITUATION IN EUROPE RELIGIOUS ARISTOCRATIC REFORMATION ARISTOCRATIC • EXCOMMUNICATION (JANUARY 3, • • • • 1521) CHARLES V (1519-1556) DIET AT WORMS (APRIL 16-25, 1521) “Unless I am convinced by Scripture and plain reason – I do not accept the authority of the popes and councils, for they have contradicted each other – my conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. God help me. Amen ” “HERE I STAND, I CANNOT DO OVERWISE” ARISTOCRATIC REFORMATION ARISTOCRATIC _ _ _ _ _ _ FREDERICK THE WISE MAX WEBER KATHERINE VON BORA MARTINISTS PROTEST OF SIX PRINCES AND FOURTEEN TOWNS (1529) PROTESTANTISM PEASANT REFORMATION PEASANT ULRICH ZWINGLI ULRICH ANABAPTISM ANABAPTISM JANUARY 21, 1525 JANUARY ZURICH ZURICH MENNO SIMONS (1496MENNO 1561) THOMAS MÜNZER THOMAS (1489-1525) THE PEASANT WAR THE (1524-1925) TWELVE ARTICLES TWELVE EGALITERIANISM EGALITERIANISM RELIGIOUS SITUATION IN EUROPE RELIGIOUS BOURGEOIS REFORMATION BOURGEOIS • ULRICH ZWINGLI (1484• • • • • • • 1531) ZURICH (1518) JEAN CALVIN (1509-1564) THE INSTITUTES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION (1536) PREDESTINATION GENEVA (1536-1538, 1541-1564) THE CONSISTORY JOHN KNOX (1513-1572) CALVINISM AND CALVINISM LUTHERANISM COMPARED LUTHER LUTHER FAITH ALONE; THE CHURCH HIERARCHY (BISHOPS); A STATE CHURCH CALVIN CALVIN FAITH AND GOOD WORKS; ELECTED ELDERS (PRESBYTERS); MORAL INDEPENDECE OF THE CHURCH ROYAL REFORMATION EFORMATION HENRY VIII (1509-1547) HENRY HOUSE OF TUDOR HOUSE THOMAS CRANMER THOMAS ANNE BOLEYN ANNE CATHARINE OF CATHARINE ARAGON THE DEVORCE THE ACT OF SUPREMACY ACT (1534) ANGLICANISM ANGLICANISM JANE SAYMOUR JANE RELIGIOUS SITUATION IN EUROPE RELIGIOUS SACRAMENTS SACRAMENTS CATHOLICISM CATHOLICISM BAPTISM, CONFIRMATION, PENANCE (CONFESSION), EUCHARIST (COMMUNION), WEDDING, ORDINATION, UNCTION LUTHERANISM AND CALVINISM LUTHERANISM BAPTISM AND EUCHARIST (COMMUNION) ANGLICANISM ANGLICANISM BAPTISM, EUCHARIST (COMMUNION), AND WEDDING ANABAPTISM ANABAPTISM BAPTISM COUNTER-REFORMATION COUNTER-REFORMATION _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ IGNATIUS LOYOLA (1491-1556) THE JESUITS (1534) THE INQUISITION THE COUNCIL OF TRENT (1545-1563) THE WAR IN GERMANY (1546-1555) RELIGIOUS PEACE OF AUGSBURG (SEPTEMBER 25, 1555) FREEDOM OF WORSHIP THE THIRTY YEARS’ WAR (1618-1648) TREATIES OF WESTPHALIA (OCTOBER 24, 1648) ...
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