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Day 14-16 Objectives. Analyze the ideas of Calvinism Analyze the concept of Predestination Judge why Calvinism was so popular in Europe in the 1500s. Luther vs Zwingli. A more Extreme ML  Who is Zwingli?. 1483-1546. 1484-1531. This  ends Zwingli. 5. Civil War in Switzerland.

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Day 14-16 Objectives
  • Analyze the ideas of Calvinism
  • Analyze the concept of Predestination
  • Judge why Calvinism was so popular in Europe in the 1500s
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Luther vs Zwingli

A more

Extreme

ML 

Who is

Zwingli?

1483-1546

1484-1531

5 civil war in switzerland
5. Civil War in Switzerland
  • 1529-1531
  • What kind of war is this? Who are the foes?
  • Zwingli killed in battle in 1531
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Calvinism = Most Popular

Protestant Religion 1500s

Who is

Calvin?

He’s a

lot like

ML…(?)

1483-1546

1509-1564

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Calvin and

ML's Beliefs

  • Calvin agrees with MLs main ideas…
    • Salvation?
    • Source of Religious Truth?
    • More religious power in whose hands?
  • Why does he split?  Is he similar or different than ML?
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Calvin's Wrinkle = Predestination

What

Does

It

Mean?

Do

humans

have any

choice

or input?

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If you have no choice in your fate…

what could followerschoose to do?

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Calvin also said there were

signs that revealed your fate

  • If you followed these 3 clues, you are the “elect”…
    • Open profession of faith (ML)
    • Live a “decent and godly life”
      • What is that? Who determines it?
    • Participate in baptism and communion
  • What could be the effects of Calvin telling Europeans this information?
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Calvin said hard

work earns you

the reward of…

  • WEALTH!!!
  • In some ways, Calvin will create millions of hard workers that will adopt/create this economic theory later in history…
    • Capitalism
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What could be the effects of Calvin

telling these rules to Europeans?

  • What kind of followers will be created?
  • How will society look at Calvin’s religion? (think about historic Calvinist groups)
  • What social (3) changes will be created? (2nd notes)
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Geneva 1541 - 1564
  • How did JC get here?
  • What was made here? (Eclipse)
  • What did Geneva become?
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Spread of Calvinism

Calvinism is successful by 1550

Largest Protestant following

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Calvinism

has good

success…

By 1550 it

becomes

the largest

Protestant

religion

in Europe

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ML FRQ

Practice

  • Conservative: a person willing to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restore traditional ones, and to limit change.
  • Revolutionary: a person working to create a revolution, or a sudden, complete, or marked change
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