Chapter 14. Reform and Renewal in the Christian Church. I. The Condition of the Church 1400-1517. A. The declining prestige of the church 1. The Babylonian Captivity and The Great Schism damaged the church’s prestige.
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Reform and Renewal in the Christian Church
1. The parish clergy brought spiritual help to the people
3. Peasants cited Luther’s Theology as part of their demands for economic reforms.
-3. The Reformation in Germany resulted in a politically weaker Germany
3. Calvin’s central ideas, expressed in The Institutes of Christian Religion, were his belief in the omnipotence of God, the insignificance of humanity, and predestination.
6. Calvin served as the model for the Presbyterian church in Scotland, the Huguenot church in France, and the Puritan churches in England and New England
Henry had six wives1. After Catherine he married Anne Boleyn, she failed to produce a make heir. Henry had her beheaded2. Next he married Jane Seymour, she gave Henry the desired son Edward, but died in childbirth3. Henry went on to have three more wives
1. Pope Paul III called the Council of Trent (1545-1563).
1. The Ursuline order of nuns gained enormous prestige for the education of women.