4.17.06 - No religion in Europe supported religious tolerance because they thought it was dangerous Religious warfare century and half that claimed

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No religion in Europe supported religious tolerance because they thought it was dangerous Religious warfare- century and half that claimed a large percentage of the worlds population Religious fundamentalism of that concept proved to the founders of united states to make is religiously tolerant Spiritual healthcare 2 things for salvation o Faith o Good works Martin Luther o Started out a monk o Constantly tormented Sola Fide o You cant will your way into salvation with “faith alone” Sola Scripture o Luther believed that people should only interpret the “Bible alone” Catholics regarded celibacy as the highest regard Luther believed marriage was the highest regard because he sexuality as a human need Jesuits o Embody the highest conventions of the religious community o Very stationary and spend their days in contemplation “The world is our house” o The entire world of the Jesuits is their house The Jesuits wanted to be like St. Paul
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ENG 2a taught by Professor Humancore during the Winter '06 term at UC Irvine.

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4.17.06 - No religion in Europe supported religious tolerance because they thought it was dangerous Religious warfare century and half that claimed

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