11.10.15 notes Rel 150
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Date Created: 11/10/15
Worldview Religious Changes 11102015 Age of Reason 0 Intellectual revolution 0 Whole new way of looking at God the world and one s self 0 Birth of Secularism Rejected the world view of Middle Ages and Reformation 0 Primary concern was happiness and ful llment in this world no the world to come 0 The mind of human beings not faith was the best guide to happiness not emotion not myths or superstition Erasmus of Rotterdam o Laid the egg that Luther hatched 1524 con ict between Luther and Erasmus erupted Luther believed the human will was enslaved totally unable apart from grace to love or serve God Erasmus considered this dangerous threatened moral responsibility Copernicus New Faith in law and order 0 lnsisted that the sun not the earth was the center of the universe Johann Kepler Concluded that the sun emitted a magnetic force that moved the planets on their courses Galileo Galilei Made a telescope to examine the planets an proved the theory of acceleration Isaac Newton 0 Proves Gravity o 1687 Newton published Mathematical Principles of Natural PhHosophy 0 Huge shift in world thinkers Prove everything through math John Locke Existence of God is the most obvious truth that reason discovers o The God Locke had in mind had little in common with the God of Exodus or the Jesus resurrection Mystery is gone Emotions are unbecoming Keeps God as rst priority even with his acceptance of the revelation PhHosophesPans Men of letters students of society who analyzed evil and its forms 0 Didn t believe there was a place for evil Attacked Christianity Pietism Catholic 0 All about feelings and emotions Totally against current teachings Cornelius Jansen Returned to Augustine Rigorous Moral Code for Clergy Must follow to not go to hell 0 Close to Calvin ideas
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