The Protestant Reformation
The Protestant Reformation 1020-01
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II The Protestant Reformation Context Criticisms against the Catholic Church i Heretic someone who went against the king Lack of moral and a general disregard for the sanctity or clerical celibacy Absenteeism you are not in the perish assigned area i Perish bishop assigned a specific area Nepotism got in the family connection Buying and selling of indulgences i The release from all or part of the punishment for sin in purgatory ii Do all good thing off setting of sins Martin Luther 14831546 and Lutheranism a 6 Born November 10 1483 in Eisleben Holy Roman Empire i Father was upper working class ii In May of 1505 University of Erfurt to be lawyer iii 1505 visits home got caught in thunder storm got on knees and told God he would serve him with his whole life father was not happy iv Entered as a monk joined Eremite Augustinians v Received PhD in theology in 1512 from the University of Wittenberg 15131516 has euphony i Gets answers to question he always had 1 What does one have to do to be saved a Have faith ii Catholic Church says in order to be saved one has to do good works confession iii Practice faith On October 31 1517 nailed his 95 Theses written in Latin to the door of Castle Church in Wittenberg Germany 1520 appears before Imperial Diet at Worms convened by the newly elected HRE Charles V i Released but a marked man ii Catholic Church excommunicated him January 3 1521 iii Attendance 1 Lords of the HRE 2 Representatives of the Roman Catholic Church 3 Luther 4 Charles V iv Fredrick Duke of Saxony hid Luther for a year What is Lutheranism i Churches established state run III IV ii Service Bible reading and preaching iii Kept only Baptism and Lords Supper iv Clergy were allowed to marry V Salvation was based on faith alone vi Complete denial of papal authority vii No purgatory Why did HRE Charles V 15191558 fail to stop Luther a Was intellectually in over his head i Was raging several wars with king of France ii Decided to send an army to Rome in 1527 at the same time as 1 1 Holds Pope hostage iii Spreads kind of thin to Suleyman the Magnificent b 26 years after Luther dies Charles V troops vs Lutheranism in 1555 c 1556 Peace of Augsburg i Religion of state would be determined by lord of that state Reformation in Switzerland Ulrich Zwingli 15 841531 and John Calvin 1509 1564 a Ulrich Zwingli Priest i 1523 1 Banned all religious relics and images Whitewashed all church interiors Banned music in church services New liturgy consisting of Scripture reading prayer and sermons Monasticism pilgrimages veneration of saints all abolished 6 Pope s authority denied b John Calvin Geneva Institutes of the Christian Religion 1536 i Predestination ii Consistory U PP P