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Power Point 9_2 - The State Agenda State how it was created...

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The State
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Agenda State, how it was created Components
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The State Definition? Two attributes? States are the most important social organizations. Why?
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2 Questions State: How did a secular authority come to be? How did it spread?
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Beginnings 324 A.D. Constantine moves East, establishes Constantinople Leaves a bishop in charge of Rome Constantine: temporal authority
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States with religion in yellow
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The makings of the state Martin Luther 1517 95 Theses Castle Church in Wittenburg, Germany, Why this church?
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95 Theses 1518, translated into German and disseminated with the help of the printing press. Thesis 86: “Why does the pope, whose wealth today is greater than the wealth of the richest Crassus, build the basilica of St. Peter with the money of poor believers rather than with his own money?”
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Luther, the beginning of the state Pope Leo X German nobles backed Luther.
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