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  • Lesson Plan: Early Church Movie Clip 2 min Finish Table Talk and Discuss 20 min Motives behind Protestant Reformation and power 10 min Catholic Reformation and council of Trent 10 min Council of Trent Reading and Questions 30 min John Calvin (2 min video clip ) 10 min Closure: Point and Counter Point Forces of Change

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  • The Reformation, Counter Reformation, and Church Reform
    • Questions about homework
    • Finish up Table Talk Article and Discussion
    • Catholic Reformation or Counter Reformation
  • Quick Review
  • Protestant Reformation
    • Turn to pg 71 in the Human Record
    • Independently read Protestant Revolt and Catholic Response
    • Answer the following questions
      • What is a lay person?
      • Why did the gap between the clergy and the laity decrease because of Protestantism?
      • What group of people benefited from the Reformation and How?
    • Read Martin Luther , Table Talk
    • Answer the Questions for Analysis on pg 73
  • Protestant Revolt
    • What is a lay person?
    • Why did the gap between the clergy and the laity decrease because of Protestantism?
    • What group of people benefited from the Reformation and How?
  • Humanism
    • A cultural and intellectual movement of the Renaissance that emphasized secular concerns as a result of the rediscovery and study of the literature, art, and civilization of ancient Greece and Rome.
    • (American Heritage Dictionary)
  • Motives Behind Change
    • Do you believe people’s enthusiasm for Protestantism was based solely on religion? If so, what was so attractive about Protestantism. If not, what were the other motivating factors to join a Protestant group?
  • John Calvin
    • The Institutes of the Christian Religion
    • Agreed with Luther that could not gain salvation through good works
    • Believed salvation was the gift of God and therefore was predetermined
      • Predestination
    • Simplicity in life and dress
    • Congregations elected their own governing committees
  • Counter Reformation
    • Council of Trent met from 1545 to 1563 to discuss proper Catholic Doctrines
      • Reaffirmed supremacy of Pope
      • Called for reforms including
        • Each bishop reside in his diocese
        • Each diocese have a theological seminary to train priests
      • Divine revelation revealed through scripture AND tradition
      • Reaffirmed the right of the church to grant indulgences
      • Defended Veneration of Saints
  • Decrees of the Council of Trent
    • Turn to pg 76 in the Human Record
    • Read the introduction AND the following article
    • Answer the questions that come BEFORE the article
    • You may work in pairs quietly
  • Point and Counter Point
    • What were Martin Luther’s biggest issues with the Church?
    • How did the church respond to those accusations at the Council of Trent?
    • Did Martin Luther achieve his goal? Why or why not?