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The Protestant Reformation. Causes of the Reformation. 100 Years War and Black Death Scientific Advances which contradicted the Church The Corruption within the Catholic Church. What was the Protestant Reformation?. Prior to the Reformation all Christians were Roman Catholic

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causes of the reformation
Causes of the Reformation
  • 100 Years War and Black Death
  • Scientific Advances which contradicted the Church
  • The Corruption within the Catholic Church
what was the protestant reformation
What was the Protestant Reformation?
  • Prior to the Reformation all Christians were Roman Catholic
  • The [REFORM]ation was an attempt to REFORM the Catholic Church
  • People like Martin Luther wanted to get rid of the corruption and restore the people’s faith in the church
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What was the Protestant Reformation?

Christianity

Protestant

Catholic

the reformers
The Reformers
  • Martin Luther
  • John Calvin
  • Henry VIII
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Martin Luther
  • Lived from 1483-1546 in Germany
  • Father encouraged him to study law
  • A sudden religious experience inspired
  • him to become a monk
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Martin Luther
  • He became troubled over the possibility of not going to heaven
  • He turned to the Bible, and confession for comfort
  • In the Bible he found the answer he was looking for
luther s 95 theses
Luther’s 95 Theses
  • A list of things he thought were wrong with the Catholic Church (95 Complaints)
  • He criticized:
    • The Power of the Pope
    • The Extreme Wealth of the Church
    • Indulgences (Catholic concept of Salvation)
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Luther’s 95 Theses
  • Gutenberg’s Printing Press made it possible for Luther to spread his beliefs
  • Posted his 95 Theses on Church doors in Germany
  • Gained support from people and criticism from Church
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The first thing printed on Gutenberg’s press was the Bible.

This is a picture of a page from one of Gutenberg’s Bibles.

luther on trial
Luther on Trial
  • The Diet of Worms (pronounced DEE yet)
  • 1520- Pope Leo X order Luther to give up his beliefs
  • Luther burned the order and was excommunicated
  • Luther went into hiding where he translated the New Testament into German – spreading his beliefs even further
luther s dying words
Luther’s Dying Words
  • “I am fed up with the world, and it with me. I am like a ripe stool, and the world is like a gigantic anus, and so we’re about to let go of each other.”
  • -Luther
acceptance of reforms
Acceptance of Reforms
  • Some Local German Churches accepted Luther’s ideas
  • Lutheranism was formed
  • Supported by German Princes who issued a formal “protest” against the Church for suppressing the reforms
  • The reformers came to be known as [PROTEST]ants - Protestants
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John Calvin
  • “May little chickens dig out your eyes 100,000 times.”
  • - Calvin speaking to another reformer whose ideas he disagreed with
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John Calvin
  • Anti-Catholic
  • Influenced by Martin Luther
  • Disagreed with Luther’s “Salvation through faith alone.”
  • Created his own Protestant religion in Switzerland
predestination
Predestination
  • Calvin believed in:
    • Salvation through Predestination
      • At birth it is decided if you will go to heaven or hell
calvin believed in
Calvin believed in:
  • Foreknowledge
    • God knows everything that will happen in your life
  • Purified approach to life:
    • No drinking, swearing, card playing, gambling etc..
calvinism
Calvinism
  • Started in Switzerland – Calvinists
  • England = Puritans
  • Scotland = Presbyterians
  • Holland = Dutch Reform
  • France = Huguenots
  • Germany = Reform Church
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Christianity

Protestant

Catholic

Calvinism

Lutheran

Puritan Hugeunot Presbyterian

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