Chapter 14 Reform and Renewal in the Christian Church. The Protestant Reformation The Catholic Reformation. Unit Objectives Pg. 26 in notebook Warning: it’s long; write small. VII. Protestant Reformation A. Causes of the Protestant Reformation 1. Declining prestige of the papacy*
The Protestant Reformation
The Catholic Reformation
1. Define the root word.
As we take notes today, write down examples of the root word in action.
Do not copy the yellow parts.
was burned at the stake by angry citizens of Florence
Johann Tetzel, Dominican Friar sent to preach the indulgence
Nailed on the Castle Church in Wittenberg – the medieval way of challenging someone to a debate
(remember the point about “uneducated priests”?)
“The Roman Church has become the most licentious den of thieves……..They err who ascribe to thee the right of interpreting Scripture, for under cover of thy name they seek to set up their own wickedness in the church, and, alas, through them Satan has already made much headway under the predecessors. In short, believe none who exalt thee, believe those who humble the”
Luther Continued… sings”
“If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him form the dead, thou shalt be saved; and the just shall live by faith”
Luther married a former nun with whom he had many children
Ulrich Zwingli sings”
* Influenced by Writings of Erasmus
Predestination we call the eternal decree of God, by which he has determined in himself, what he would have become of every individual……..For they are not all created with the same destiny; but eternal life is foreordained for some, and eternal damnation for others…”
Catherine of Aragon
(WHY DID IT TAKE SO LONG???)
“…for I believe that linking Christ our Lord the bridegroom and His Bride the Church, there is one in the same Spirit, ruling and guiding us for our souls’ good. Four our Holy Mother the church is guided and ruled by the same Spirit, the Lord who gave the Ten Commandments”