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IDs-Final - Lucas Cranach Born in Germany in 1472 was a...

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Lucas Cranach Born in Germany in 1472, was a renaissance painter and printer, known for his portraits of German princes and leaders of protestant reformation. close friends with martin Luther. Created the famous prints for the pamphlet passional christi and antichristi. Show images also help spread the information with printing techniques. A Mighty Fortress is our God A hymn written and composed by Luther around 1524. What: showed that not everyone embraced printing but prefer other means for spreading the gospel/ Christianity. . [ Mainz Psalter It is the earliest dated example of printed matter issuing from the new moveable-print technology of Johannes Gutenberg. Psalter ordered by the Mainz archbishop in 1457. Anabaptists Group of radical reformers, believe only adults could manifest true faith and worth of baptism and reject infant baptism. Sprung up in late 1520s, in areas influenced by protestant reform. But very diverse group, some rejected temporal government and reused to take civil oaths, pay taxes while the others seek alliance with local rulers. Peace of Augsburg a treaty between Charles V with the Protestant princes in 1555 at the city of Augsburg. It ended the wars between the two groups of Catholics and protestant and made legal division of Christendom permanent within the HRE. it had stated the religion of the ruler would be the religion of the land, however did not end religious rivalries. Reinforced the independence German states. John Calvin a French reformer who was born in 1509-1564. Embodied the second major current of the reformation. in contrast with Luther, he emphasized not reconciliation with god through faith but rather obedience to his will. Sought to provide communal doctrine and validate economic activity. Was forced to leave France and got invited to help oversee reforms in Geneva. In Geneva, he realized his ecclesiastical ordinances, want municipal supervisors to monitor religious behavior of the people. Believe only a certain portion of people could be saved, predestination emphasized. Pilgrimage of Grace a popular rising in Yorkshire from 1536 to 1537. In protest against Henry VIII's break with the catholic church and dissolution of the monasteries. Although the state (Henry VIII) won, Catholic faith still remained strong within England. Lords of the Congregation a group of Protestant nobles in Scotland who declare the push for Protestantism and advocated for reformation along with a Scottish-English alliance in 1557. Also tying the reformation with nationalism in Scotland. Act of Supremacy Piece of legislation passed in 1534 under the reign of Henry III, proclaiming the king as supreme head of the Church of England. Brought he clergy under civil law thus establishing monarch's power over that of church. Show the growing strength of English monarchy, and the lack of resistance to Henry's usurpation of ecclesiastical authority also reflected the pope's unpopularity.
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