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Loaned out money for interest fees the parable of the

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Loaned out money for interest fees: The parable of the talents Told by Jesus-Mentioned Twice in the Bible: Used by Calvin as a religious and moral justification for accumulating large sums of wealth o Calvinists believed that making money was a sign that they are pleasing to God and viewed themselves as gods "elect" France: A series of religious wars in the 1500's b/w Huguenots and the Catholic Monarchy An effort to end the wars: A marriage occurred in 1572 b/w the catholic sister of the king of France -- Princess Margot -- and a Huguenot cousin, Prince Henry of Navarre St. Bartholomew’s Day: August 22 1572 – Massacre o The Huguenots are slaughtered in Paris after the Wedding b/w Henry of Navarre (Huguenot) and Princess Margot (Catholic) o Approved by The French Queen Mother, Catherine de Medici and her son, the young King Charles IX of France o Most Huguenots flee to the Netherlands (Dutch Calvinists)
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The Netherlands and Spain: The two countries are given by emperor Charles to his son, King Phillip II and the Catholic Church Ruled by an elected body known as the states general States General: Rule to countries o Voters must be white, male, protestant, and wealthy Women, the poor, people of color and non protestants have no political power Puritan rebellion - 1640-1660 (Or the English Civil War): Oliver Cromwell, leads the Puritan rebellion (they were anti King) against king Charles I of England o Cromwell = Lord Protectorate, becomes strict o Rules from 1649 until 1660 when Charles II takes England back King Charles I: He is executed and Oliver Cromwell takes over control of England using Martial Law Oliver Cromwell: Lead the puritan rebellion in England that lasted from 1640-1660 o He executed King Charles I and took control of England using Martial Law o He was "Lord Protectorate" of England until his death in 1659 King Charles II: After the execution of Charles I by Oliver Cromwell and the death of Oliver Cromwell in 1659, Charles I son, Charles II becomes the king and England restores the monarchy. o He is very popular, but when he dies he has not heirs so his brother becomes King James II King James II: Catholic & hated by a majority of England o Has a protestant daughter name Mary (Not Bloody Mary) The Glorious Revolution: The second war in 1688 o The bourgeoisie whom dislikes King James II of England because he is Catholic, invites his Daughter Mary and her Dutch Husband, William of Orange to bring their Army and force James II off of the throne. o William and Mary are England's first "constitutional monarchs" which means that their powers are limited and controlled by laws passed by the Parliament. James II Daughter – Mary: She is married to Dutch general William of Orange o She and William bring Dutch Army to England with little blood shed
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o James II (Father) flees England and Her and William of Orange become the New Monarchs English Bill of Rights: Passed by Parliament 1689 - Guarantees the right to vote in England for white, male, protestant, wealthy English subjects Protestant Discipline: Work vs. Pleasure o
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