ch18 - History 198 ch18 Outline Dan Morgan Chapter 18-...

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History 198 ch18 Outline Dan Morgan th  and 17 th  Centuries Christianity in Christendom economically) to convert The church tried to claim a monopoly on ritual. in effect trying to ‘wean people  away from a religion of survival in this world toward one of salvation in the  next.’ Above all trying to kill off any rituals to keep demon spirits away or  those invoking good luck The Spanish inquisition of the late 1400s’ primary goal was to monitor sex,  the most widespread crime of the day when preformed outside specific  guidelines Martin Luther (1483-1546)- lead catholic reformation o Luther advocated a less wealthy church, more basic teachings to  parishioners, and finally split from the Roman Catholic church, forming  its own branch (still considering itself Christian, but not under authority  of Pope) o Unlike Catholics, Luther professed salvation through good deeds,  reading scripture and faith Christianity Beyond Christendom: The Limits of Success Christianity is only religion to take advantage of New World wealth Franciscans and Jesuits encountered amazing success in Japan in late 16 th  and early 17 th  century by targeting lords, but by the end of the century the  government found these religions a source of subversive political ideas, 
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HST 198 taught by Professor Fahey during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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ch18 - History 198 ch18 Outline Dan Morgan Chapter 18-...

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