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7 r righlrR r 7 J Lecture 40utline The Renaissance amp Reformation Beginning in the 15th century a revolution swept through Europe It began as an artistic expression knewn as the Renaissance and culminated with the religious revolution known as the Protestant Reformation Almost all of Europe was affected Individuals could now choose from a variety of faiths Prior to the Reformation Europeans only had one choice religiouslya the Roman Catholic Church Following the teachings of Martin Luther John Calvin and many others individuals had a variety of choices such as Lutheranism Calvinism Anglican etc This would forever alter the religious culture of not only EurOpe but many overseas possessions as well Protestantism became a driving force in allowing European powers to reach out into the world and claim new lands x The Renaissance is considered a irebirth of what lit ho or what was the center of this outpourinq of artistic expression xiiW I The Renaissance BEGlNS initially 8 then SPREADS across Europe x Why is Italian Niccolo Machiavelli s 1469 a 152 7 The Prince 1513 significant 39 39 39 quot39 39 39 quot f quot I r u 39 i 39 lgrfyil39 3 2 391 39 N Iquot i J run i n v i 7quot r Johannes Gutenberg c 1398 1468 perfects the use of moveable type nberq s Bibie c 1455 or 1456 significant V lliizlii uts i1ri 5 1 LimeI 1f g 39 venue s393 quotquot t N nbp39aJ it 391 g212 z a a um 39 W rm r MMMW r m W ww mun W W7 W Lecture 4 Outline The Renaissance amp Reformation 39 quot 21m2239i39nr Mw39r r 3939 m a quot eds39 39a 39 Page 41 The Protestant Reformation The Roman Catholic Church is reeling quotIf i V The Reformation BEGINS w Dutch humanist Desiclerius Erasmus 1466 1536 F 9 Erasmusiilfandbook of the Christian Knight 1503 introduces what German princeFreclerick the Wise 1463 1525 collects 5000 religious relics 8 39 attaches indulgences to these 1quot What arei duig nces 1 1 quotif 3amp9 39 quot 7 i 3 awaken Luthai39iiziss 1546 NAILS his Ninety Five Theses on Wittenberg s church door October 31 1517 in PROTEST Whatrwangartin Luther askina of the Church in his NinetyFive Theses Pope Leo X dismisses condemns amp finally excommunicates Martin Luther 1521 illilartin 39Luther then ordered to appear before Holy Roman Emperor Charles V r 1519 1556 but REFUSES E Charles V then issues the Edict of Worms 1521 Whatdoes the Edict of Worms say about Martin Luther 3939 i r 39quotlt quot c39quotr quot393 m r w Lecture 4 Outline The Renaissance amp Reformation Page Peace of Augsburg 1555 eventually gives thgse in the German states a CHOICE between Catholicism and Protestantism Lutheranism V siohn Calvin 1509 1564 like Martin Luther REJECTS salvation by works Believes in predestination Predestinetion means what Calvin states that the Church is a divine institution responsible for preaching the word of God and administering the sacraments What are the two sacraments John Calvin was referring to The English Retormatien Marriage Of Henry W r 1509 m 1547 amp Catherine of Aragon produces a daughter a Mary 1516 1558 v Whydoes Henry VIII wanton annulment divorCe of his marriage to gatherine V What is the Pope s answer to Henry Vlllfsrequest for an annulment llenry Vlll then BREAKS 1533 w Catholic Church 8 establishes the Anglican Church or the Church of England q 39clt 39 Lecture 4 Outline he Renaissance amp Reformation Page 43 Henry s Other Marriages and Children Marriage to Anne Boleyn produces another daughter Elizabeth1533 160 I Marriage to Jane Seymour finally produces a son Edward VI 1537 1553 Henry VIII marries THREE more times to Anne of Cleves Katherine Howarl amp Catherine Parr x Did Henry VIII hove all of his six of wives egreggteg The CounterReformation Roman Catholic Church has to do something about the Protestant Reformation V sieyneilejilrem meets 1545 1563 to reaf rm that The Society ofjesusr Jesuits strmedby St Ignatius Loyola 1540 to do New Leadership in England Edward Vl s untimely DEATH 1553 brings his older rid sister Mary r 1553 1558 to the throne 1 1471th did Mary Wish to qgm terms of religion withjnlgrjgjg q Mary marriage to King Philip ll of Spain further bothers those in England Mary s death 1558 brings her younger halfsister Elizabeth r 1558 w 1603 to the throne w e ProCatholic Laws are EPEALED as Elizabeth tightens her control w Act of Supremacy 1559 King Philip ll of Spain then makes plans tn lNVADE England But Spain s Armada fleet is DESTROYED by the English fleet August 1588 Why is the DESTRUCTIQN ofSpain s Afrmadaf1588 significant
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