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Warm Up. Copy HW Please grab two handouts from the front desk and make them pages 16 and 17 Please complete the preview activity on the page called The Reformation Begins. Essential Questions. How can religion impact social and political institutions?

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Warm up
Warm Up

  • Copy HW

  • Please grab two handouts from the front desk and make them pages 16 and 17

  • Please complete the preview activity on the page called The Reformation Begins


Essential questions
Essential Questions

  • How can religion impact social and political institutions?

  • What happens when societies are confronted with change?

  • How can societies use what they learn from the past?


The reform ation

The Reformation

A movement toreformthe Catholic Church


What ideas led to the reformation
What ideas led to the Reformation?

  • Humanism

  • Anger over the selling of indulgences-

    (a pardon from the Church for your sins)

  • The idea that only a belief in Jesus, and not the Pope, is needed to be a “Good Christian”


Desiderius erasmus
Desiderius Erasmus

  • Scholar and clergyman

  • Wanted to translate the Bible into the vernacular

  • Wrote that people needed to live good lives, not just attend religious services

  • People could use their reason to become better Christians


John calvin
John Calvin

  • Reformer from France in the 1500s

  • Calvinism became the basis for many Protestant churches, such as the Puritans and the Presbyterians

  • Predestination-God has planned everyone’s life

  • People worked hard to prove they were among the saved

  • The congregation, not the kings or bishops, choose church leaders

  • This furthered the idea of political elections


Martin luther
Martin Luther

  • German Monk 1483-1546

  • God’s salvation was a gift from God, not something to be earned by doing good work

  • Created the 95 Theses, or arguments against indulgences

  • Was excommunicated from the church


Lutheranism
Lutheranism

  • Faith, not good works lead to salvation

  • The Bible is the final source of truth, not a church or its ministers

  • The church is made up of all its believers not just the clergy


Who would do that
Who would do that????

  • Martin Luther stood up for his beliefs, even though he offended people.

  • What cause is worth standing up for even if it offends people?


Denomination
Denomination

  • An organized branch of Christianity


Closure
Closure

On the back of your notes please create an acrostic poem using the word

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