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Who is martin luther?

Who is martin luther?

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School: Ball State University
Department: History
Course: The West in the World
Professor: Malone
Term: Spring 2016
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Cost: 25
Name: History 150: Exam 2 Material
Description: The Reformation-1
Uploaded: 02/09/2016
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2/8/16: The Reformation


Who is martin luther?



The Reformation.

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∙ October 31, 1517.

o Martin Luther unwittingly started the Reformation with his Ninety­Five Theses.  Stimulate a debate within the university.

 Response to Johann Tetzel.

∙ #27: It is mere human talk to preach that the soul flies out [of

purgatory] immediately the money clinks in the collection­box.

∙ #28: It is certainly possible that when the money clinks in the

collection­box  greed   and   avarice   can   increase;   but   the

intercession of the Church depends on the will of God alone.

∙ #81: This wanton preaching of pardons makes it difficult even for


Who published the pamphlet to the christian nobility?



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learned men to redeem respect due to the Pope from slanders or

at least the shrewd questioning of the laity.

∙ #94:  Christians  should be exhorted to  seek earnestly  to follow

Christ, their Head, through penalties, deaths, and hells.

∙ #95:   And  let  them  thus  be  more   confident  of  entering  heaven

through many tribulations rather than through a false assurance of

peace.

∙ Indulgences.

o A piece of paper that granted remission of part or all of the time an individual might have to spend in purgatory due to sin.

o Johann Tetzel’s sale of indulgences.

 Sales used by the Pope for the construction of a new basilica in Rome.  “As soon as the coin in the coffer rings, the soul from the Purgatory springs.”


Who issued a papal edict condemning luther?



o The Council of Trent.

 1545­1563

 Prohibited the sale of indulgences.

∙ 1520.

o Luther published a pamphlet, To The Christian Nobility. Don't forget about the age old question of What is it called when a character shares their thoughts and feelings with the audience?

 Could purchase for themselves or dead relative.

 Moving in a more radical direction.

 Directly addressed to German Princes.

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church in German states.

∙ 1520.

o Pope Leo X issued a papal edict condemning Luther.

 Recant theoretical ideas.

 Burnt the paper edict.

∙ Luther was excommunicated.

∙ 1521.

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o Charles V (the Holy Roman Emperor) summoned Luther to a meeting. o Luther refused to recant his heretical ideas.

 Frederick of Saxony saved Luther when he “kidnapped” and hid him for a year.

∙ Spreading the message:

o The development of printing.

 New technologies in communication.

 Crucial in spreading religious thinking and Luther’s words.

o Johann Gutenberg’s invention of moveable type for printing (c. 1450). o Printing press.

 Shift from parchment to paper.

 The cost of books will drop by 1/5th percent.

∙ By 1500 there were more than 1,000 printing shops in Europe.

o Woodcuts by Lucas Cranach.

 Medium for this time period for those who could not read.

 Follower of Luther.

∙ A new faith (the first Protestant faith).

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 Roman’s 1:17

∙ “The just shall live by faith.”

 Final authority by religious matters.

 German translation for the Bible.

 No biblical implication in indulgences.

 Salvation.

∙ Achieved through faith alone.

 Final authority on religious matters.

∙ The Bible.

 Everyone should read the Bible.

 Beliefs and practices that had no basis in the Bible were eliminated.

o Catholicism:

 Salvation.

∙ Achieved through faith and good works.

 Final authority on religious matters.

∙ The Bible and decisions made by the Popes and Church Councils.

 Only the clergy can read and interpret the Bible correctly.

∙ Implications of the Reformation.

o Establishment   of   other   Protestant   groups;   end   of   religious   unity   and   papal supremacy.

o Religious warfare.

 Examples in German states from 1546­1555.

o Religious persecution and massacres.

 August 24, 1572.

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 Massacre of Huguenots (French Calvinists) in Paris and the provinces.

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