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21LectureSTUDENT07 - Lecture Twenty-One Reformation Origins...

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Lecture Twenty-One: Reformation Origins and Progress Lecture Reading – Sherman, pages 368-386, Documents 11.1, 11.2 and 11.3 I. Clash of Dynasties a. Expansion, Warfare, Kingship i.Charles V inherits Spanish and Austrian lands ii.Turks expand, threaten trade iii.Growing power of Muslims threatens Charles V iv.France threatened by Habsburg holdings b. Changing Rules of Warfare i.Growing army size ii.Increased hire of mercenaries iii.Problems with armies iv.Need money v.Centralize bureaucracy vi.More war casualties vii.Lots of money to be made c. Habsburg-Valois Wars i.1521-1544 ii.Off and on for 25 years iii.No decisive victory iv.Negotiate peace to present united front against religious threats v.Temporary solution with heavy costs II. Religious Reform a. Christian Humanism and Salvation i.Authority questioned ii.Devotio Moderna focuses on personal piety, individual response iii.Erasmus, “Prince of Humanists,” writes of spirituality iv.Foundation laid for revolt b. Luther Demands Change i.Uncertain of his salvation
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