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The Reformation and Counter

Radical reformation religion in england seen as prize

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Unformatted text preview: of German corruption, is at war with French and Turks for most of his reign needs German princes to help him fight his war - 1531, Charles order all Germans to return to something military alliance that supports Luther is formed for 15 years, Charles can’t deal with Lutheranism, busy fighting war - Cuius regio, eius religio whoever’s region it is, they decide the religion becomes permanent law in Germany decided at Peace of Augsburg ended war between Catholics and Protestants, 1552 German princes defeat King Charles - the Reformation appealed to peasants and women peasants feel they are now equal felt they were included hates Jews, but values role of women wives of ministers become very important diary writing becomes very important - Protestant: originally applied as a pejorative against Lutherans accused of protesting church eventually comes to mean all Western Christians who reject authority of church Anglicanism, Lutheranism, Calvinism all become state churches (all Magisterial Reformation) vs. Radical Reformation - religion in England seen as prize - whichever side can capture her seen as victor English Reformation - Henry VIII of England (1491- 1547) ideal Catholic prince, educated to be a priest in 1521, writes a track in response to Luther, has title of defender of the faith wants divorce from Catherine of Aragon later, only kid is a daughter thinks that it’s cause he married brother’s widow had problems with divorce, trying to reject papal bull Catherine said her first marriage wasn’t consummated, but either way, Henry was out of...
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