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The Protestant Reformation By: Justin and Jace. Chapter 10. Reformation. Also called the Protestant Reformation. It was a religious movement of the 1500’s that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church. Martin Luther.

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The protestant reformation by justin and jace

The Protestant Reformation

By: Justin and Jace

Chapter 10


Reformation

Reformation

  • Also called the Protestant Reformation.

  • It was a religious movement of the 1500’s that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church.


Martin luther

Martin Luther

  • A Catholic monk and university professor that began the Reformation.

  • He nailedhis 95 Thesis to the front of the Catholic Church door in 1517.


John calvin

John Calvin

  • Was one of the major Protestant Reformation leaders.

  • He was an influential religious leader.

  • His teachings, which were explained in the Institutes of the Christian Religion, spread throughout many nations of the western Europe.


The counter reformation

The Counter-Reformation

  • They were adopted important reforms.

  • The Catholic Church tried to improve there church because they didn’t want people to leave there church.


Inquisition

Inquisition

  • A system of church courts which placed heretics and sinners on trial.

  • The Catholic Church tortured and imprisoned those who didn’t believe the right things.


Henry viii

Henry VIII

  • When he broke away from the Catholic Church, England officially became a Protestant country in 1534. He broke away from the church because the Pope didn’t allow Henry to divorce his wife.

  • Henry’s son Edward succeeded him to the throne.

  • When Edward died he was followed by Mary who was a strong Catholic.


Bloody mary

“Bloody Mary”

  • She tried to restore Catholicism to England.

  • She persecuted the Protestants brutally, and burned many at the stake.

  • When she died Queen Elizabeth I took the throne. Queen Elizabeth I was one of history’s most brilliant rulers. She encouraged a more tolerant attitude toward Catholics.


Spanish armada

Spanish Armada

  • The English defeated the 130 Spanish ships in 1588.

  • The ships were sent to invade England.

  • This victory proved that England was ruler of the sea.


Thirty year s war

Thirty Year’s War

  • This was the religious war.

  • It involved nearly every country in Europe.

  • Many people say that this was considered the first world war.

  • This war caused one-third of Germany’s population to die.

  • It was the worst disaster since the Black Death.


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