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Meaning of the reformation
Protestant Reformation
Catholic counter reformation
Pope Leo III
Papal seat from Rome toAvignon
The great schism
POPECLEMENT VII
MARTIN V
Bible as sole guide to salvation
Wycliffe translating the bible to English
Huss at trial
John Huss burned at the stake
Savonarola
Savonarola preaching against the churc
Bonfire of vanities
Savonarolahanged
Desiderius Erasmus
In Praise of Folly
University of ErfurtEnrollment papers
University of Wittenburg
John Tetzel
Pope Leo X
Bull
Burning of the bull
Address to the Christian Nobility
On 13 June 1525, Martin Luther and Katherine von Bora were married.
They provided the first Protestant example of a pastoral family.
The Babylonian Captivity of the Christian Church
Emperor Charles V
Diet of Worms
Luther “kidnapped” by some friendly knights
Luther taken to the Wartburg Castle
Frederick the Wise
Luther stayed at Wartburg Castle for a year
Luther translated the bible to German
Peasant’s War
Diet of Spires
Foes of Catholicism were called Protestants
Philip Melanchton
Philip Melanchton writing the creed of Lutheran teachings
Submitted it to the Diet of Augsburg but they rejected it
But it was accepted as the credo of Lutheran teachings
Protestant movements spread to other countries
Ulrich Zwingli
Zwingli preached against the Roman Catholic Church
Zwingli led the attack againstthe Catholics but was killed inaction.
John Calvin at Geneva
The Institute of the Christian Religion
Ministers
Presbyters
John Knox
Puritanism
John Huss propagated Calvinism in Bohemia
Protestantism in England
King Henry VIII
Anne Boleyn
Queen Catherine of Aragon
King Henry married Anne Boleyn
Act of Supremacy
Thomas More
Thomas More executed
Elizabeth I
Anglican Church
Thirty-Nine Articles
Creed of Anglican Church
The Council of Trent
Inquisition
SOCIETY OF JESUS
Ignatius Loyola
He was the former page of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel of Spain.
He read the books on the life of Christ as he was recovering from a wound.
He organized the Society of Jesus.
It was recognized by Pope Paul III
Jesuits
Francis Xavier
“Apostle of the Indies”
Catholics are united under the pope
Protestants are split into independent sects
“Age of Religious Wars”
Schmalkaldic War
CATHOLIC LEAGUE
Archduke Ferdinand of Austria
Schmalkaldic League
Treaty of Augsburg
Huguenot Wars
King Francis II
King Charles IX
King Henry III
Queen Catherine de Medici
King Henry IV
War of Dutch Independence
TRUCE OF 1609
War of King Philip ofSpain
“Invincible Armada” wasdestroyed by the British.
Mistress of the Seas
Thirty Years’ War
Treaty of Westphalia
THE END
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  1. 1. Meaning of the reformation
  2. 2. Protestant Reformation
  3. 3. Catholic counter reformation
  4. 4. Pope Leo III
  5. 5. Papal seat from Rome toAvignon
  6. 6. The great schism
  7. 7. POPECLEMENT VII
  8. 8. MARTIN V
  9. 9. Bible as sole guide to salvation
  10. 10. Wycliffe translating the bible to English
  11. 11. Huss at trial
  12. 12. John Huss burned at the stake
  13. 13. Savonarola
  14. 14. Savonarola preaching against the churc
  15. 15. Bonfire of vanities
  16. 16. Savonarolahanged
  17. 17. Desiderius Erasmus
  18. 18. In Praise of Folly
  19. 19. University of ErfurtEnrollment papers
  20. 20. University of Wittenburg
  21. 21. John Tetzel
  22. 22. Pope Leo X
  23. 23. Bull
  24. 24. Burning of the bull
  25. 25. Address to the Christian Nobility
  26. 26. On 13 June 1525, Martin Luther and Katherine von Bora were married.
  27. 27. They provided the first Protestant example of a pastoral family.
  28. 28. The Babylonian Captivity of the Christian Church
  29. 29. Emperor Charles V
  30. 30. Diet of Worms
  31. 31. Luther “kidnapped” by some friendly knights
  32. 32. Luther taken to the Wartburg Castle
  33. 33. Frederick the Wise
  34. 34. Luther stayed at Wartburg Castle for a year
  35. 35. Luther translated the bible to German
  36. 36. Peasant’s War
  37. 37. Diet of Spires
  38. 38. Foes of Catholicism were called Protestants
  39. 39. Philip Melanchton
  40. 40. Philip Melanchton writing the creed of Lutheran teachings
  41. 41. Submitted it to the Diet of Augsburg but they rejected it
  42. 42. But it was accepted as the credo of Lutheran teachings
  43. 43. Protestant movements spread to other countries
  44. 44. Ulrich Zwingli
  45. 45. Zwingli preached against the Roman Catholic Church
  46. 46. Zwingli led the attack againstthe Catholics but was killed inaction.
  47. 47. John Calvin at Geneva
  48. 48. The Institute of the Christian Religion
  49. 49. Ministers
  50. 50. Presbyters
  51. 51. John Knox
  52. 52. Puritanism
  53. 53. John Huss propagated Calvinism in Bohemia
  54. 54. Protestantism in England
  55. 55. King Henry VIII
  56. 56. Anne Boleyn
  57. 57. Queen Catherine of Aragon
  58. 58. King Henry married Anne Boleyn
  59. 59. Act of Supremacy
  60. 60. Thomas More
  61. 61. Thomas More executed
  62. 62. Elizabeth I
  63. 63. Anglican Church
  64. 64. Thirty-Nine Articles
  65. 65. Creed of Anglican Church
  66. 66. The Council of Trent
  67. 67. Inquisition
  68. 68. SOCIETY OF JESUS
  69. 69. Ignatius Loyola
  70. 70. He was the former page of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel of Spain.
  71. 71. He read the books on the life of Christ as he was recovering from a wound.
  72. 72. He organized the Society of Jesus.
  73. 73. It was recognized by Pope Paul III
  74. 74. Jesuits
  75. 75. Francis Xavier
  76. 76. “Apostle of the Indies”
  77. 77. Catholics are united under the pope
  78. 78. Protestants are split into independent sects
  79. 79. “Age of Religious Wars”
  80. 80. Schmalkaldic War
  81. 81. CATHOLIC LEAGUE
  82. 82. Archduke Ferdinand of Austria
  83. 83. Schmalkaldic League
  84. 84. Treaty of Augsburg
  85. 85. Huguenot Wars
  86. 86. King Francis II
  87. 87. King Charles IX
  88. 88. King Henry III
  89. 89. Queen Catherine de Medici
  90. 90. King Henry IV
  91. 91. War of Dutch Independence
  92. 92. TRUCE OF 1609
  93. 93. War of King Philip ofSpain
  94. 94. “Invincible Armada” wasdestroyed by the British.
  95. 95. Mistress of the Seas
  96. 96. Thirty Years’ War
  97. 97. Treaty of Westphalia
  98. 98. THE END
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