11708his1520 - 1/17/08 HIS-1520 Lecture#1 Religion in...

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1/17/08 HIS-1520 Lecture#1 Religion in europe Lecture outline: I. Martin Luther and the Reformation II. Calvinist doctrine III. The counter reformation Names, Places, and Ideas 1. The scientific revolution a. After plague you couldn’t dissect bodies b. Greek and roman ideas became prevalent again c. Church began to lose its grip on the people of Europe d. Alegebra was muslim e. Copernicus disproved the geocentric universe i. Didn’t say anything for fear of church retribution f. Galileo proved copernicus’s theory and took the blame g. Greatest scientific mind of this time was Isaac newton 2. Printing press a. Scientific revolution/protestant reformation not possible without it. b. Johannes Gutenberg was the inventor of the movable printing press c. Leads to mass printing of ideas 3. Renaissance a. God as the “great watchmaker” b. Forces the people to look at the universe differently c. Promoted secularism and individualism d. Advocating humanism over the spiritual world e. Merchants gained wealth and began to back arts f. Popes began to become patrons of the arts g. Working back towards the golden age of Greece and rome h. Very much emphasize the human form 4. protestant reformation a. dissatisfaction with the catholic church on most levels b. clergy monopolized salvation c. martin luther wanted a more personal meeting d. as people move to towns then they note the churchs luxury
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIS 1520 taught by Professor Kanzler during the Winter '08 term at Oakland CC.

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11708his1520 - 1/17/08 HIS-1520 Lecture#1 Religion in...

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