LP 5.docx - HIST 130 LP 5 Abbey Fielder Lecture and...

This preview shows page 1 out of 1 page.

HIST 130 LP 5 Abbey Fielder 10-29-20 Lecture and question: I chose the lecture plus option, describe the significance of Calvin and the Anabaptists from the Chapter 14 module. Relevant part of the lecture: John Calvin’s ideas helped shaped Reformed Tradition. Calvin came to Geneva, Switzerland from France in 1533. He studied law and, in a way, became a leader of the city. Calvin also published the book Institutes of Christian Religion in 1536, the book is about the Reformation and an important piece of Protestant theology. Luther and Calvin had a lot of things they actually agreed on such as justification by faith, which meant that scripture was the highest ruler for believers. The things Calvin emphasized later on became the Reformed Tradition. Calvin said that those who came to be believers did so because God had chosen to give them faith, there were some people meant to have faith and others were not. Calvin’s theology can be summarized in an acronym or poem, TULIP. T otal depravity, represents the

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture