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century Europe (see p. 17). oE.What was the only branch of Protestantism allowed under the 1555 Peace of Augsburg? oA.What were the key elements of Calvinism (Calvin’s theology)oB.Provide an overview of the religious turmoil in 16thcentury FR up through the 1698 Edict of Nantes. oC.Describe the John Knox’s impact on Scotland.oD.Describe how England eventually embraced Anglicanism. oE.What were the highlights of the Catholic Reformation (Counter Reformation)? ?
oB.What did the Thirty Years’ War settle?oC.What were the main accomplishments of the Protestant Reformation? POWERPOINT PRESENTATION (Chapter 01 Lecture Outline / Q & A) 1.Protestant Ascendency (Reformation) a.Reformers b.Goals c.Accomplishments 2.Catholic “Counter” Reformation and Protestant Decline
3.LegaciesDELIBERATE & EVALUATE (Chapter 01 Rant & Rave Discussion Forums) 1)Why is being able to read God’s Word for yourself so important?2)“…Luther’s theological innovations and harsh criticisms of ‘Roman’ 3)What were the key differences between Roman Catholics and Evangelical Protestants?
4)Can religious wars be avoided? HISTORY HYPERLINKS (Chapter 01 Supplemental Readings and Visual Resources) An Open Letter to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation, by Martin Luther, 1520 (Reading)Martin Luther PBS Part 1 (54 Min) Part 11 (55 Min)A Man Named Martin Luther Part I (82 Min) Part II (65 Min)John Calvin Part I (43 Min) Part II (50 Min)Henry VIII (56 Min)1534 Act of Supremacy (Reading)Elizabeth Part I (49 Min) Part II (49 Min) Part III (49 Min) Part IV (49 Min)Twelve Articles of Memmingen Summary (Reading)The Twelve Articles of the Peasants (Reading)The “Counter”Reformation (14 Minutes) The Catholic Reformation (37 Min)The Council of Trent (6 Min)The Jesuits (37 Min)The Thirty Years’ War(16 Min)READING 02: Chapter 02States and Empires, 1500 1715, pp. 52 103 OVERVIEW OUTLINE (Chapter 02 Subheadings & Vocab Checklist)
“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.” –Thomas Jefferson4 | P a g e H I S T 2 3 1 2 W e s t e r n C i v i l i z a t i o n I I T e x t b o o k R e a d i n g S t u d y G u i d e f o r M o d u l e 0 1C. Biography: Louis XIV (courtiers, “Sun King,” ruled for 72 years, Versailles, Cardinal Jules Mazarin, Richelieu, intendants, 282 rural and urban uprisings, the Fronde, magnates, Maria Theresa, absolutism, divine right, “Columbian Exchange”) D. Absolutism and Its Limits: (Jacques-Benigne Bossuet, limits on absolutism, nobles of the robe, nobles of the sword, mercantilism, Jansenists and Huguenots, War of Spanish Succession, the Cortes, diets, “bureaucratic absolutism,” Frederick William, Michael Romanov, serfs, Peter I [the Great], St.

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