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Throughout history, religion has not only been a religious issue. It has been intimately connected to politics and power. Give some examples, either from this course or from modern day of connections between religion and politics. The Reformation Begins . Roots of the Reformation

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Throughout history, religion has not only been a religious issue. It has been intimately connected to politics and power.

  • Give some examples, either from this course or from modern day of connections between religion and politics.
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Roots

of the

Reformation

The Avignon

Papacy 1309-1389

Great Schism

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Early

Reformers

Wycliff - Lollards

Jan Hus

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The Northern Renaissance:

Prelude to the Reformation

  • Last quarter of the 15th Century
  • More Christian & stressed social reform based on Christian values
  • Combined the best of classical & Christian cultures
  • Education the key to social & moral reform
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Sir Thomas More

1478-1535

Utopia

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Erasmus

(1466 - 1536)

‘Prince of the Humanists’

erasmus preface to new testament
Erasmus, Preface to New Testament
  • For I utterly dissent from those who are unwilling that the sacred Scriptures should be read by the unlearned translated into their vulgar tongue, as though Christ had taught such subtleties that they can scarcely be understood even by a few theologians…
  • Christ wished his mysteries to be published as openly as possible.
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Clerical Problems

  • Immorality
  • Ignorance
  • Absenteeism/
  • Pluralism
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Martin Luther

1483-1546

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Pope Leo X

1475 - 1521

Member of Medici Family