2 1-1 religions

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2 1-1 religions

  1. 1. The religionsPuritanism/Christian/Catholic/Orthdox/ProtestantGroup members :秦 亚 菲 姜 春 梅 焦 菲 舒 媛
  2. 2. IntroductionThe factors that influence the literature: e c o no my p o litic s re lig io n s
  3. 3. The relation C hris tia n Catholic OrthdoxProtestant Purita nis m
  4. 4. Christian1. Introduction:Christian is the major religion,starting from the life, teachings,and death of Jesus of Nazareth inthe 1st century AD. 2.Fundamental principles: • Only one God • The Trinity • Creation • Resurrection and eternal life
  5. 5. Christian D is trib u tio n : Th e re are 2.1 4 b illio n C h ris tian s .
  6. 6. Catholic1. Introduction: Catholic , formally established in 1054, is a branch of Christian.The specific jurisdiction of St. Peter cathedral Romes bishop was unclear. Pope Benedict XVI2. Belief: 3. Influence: Catholics believe that Catholic has enormous Christ makes salvation influence on the development possible for all people. As of the art and culture of the a result of the lives they western world through the willingly choose to live on Middle Ages. Today, its earth, humans will spend growth is fastest in Africa, eternity in heaven or hell. South America, and Asia.
  7. 7. Orthdox1. Introduction:The second largest Christiandenomination in the world, with anestimated 300 million adherents inRussia, Southeast Europe, Asia Minor,the Balkans, the United States ofAmerica . Eastern Orthodox Church 2. Beliefs: • To emphasize their legitimacy • The incarnation • Adore the Virgin Mary • "Mediator" thought
  8. 8. Protestant1. Introduction:The Protestant Reformation of the early16th century began as an attempt toreform the Catholic Church. It originedfrom Germany. The protestant is abranch of Catholic..2. Groups: Protestant Church Protestant Reformed Lutheran Anglican Churches Church Communion
  9. 9. Protestant3.Fundamental principles:• Scripture Alone• Justification by Faith Alone• Universal Priesthood of Believers Martin Luther (1483 ~ 1546) 4. Influences: Protestant advocates of society dedicated, social service spirit and stresses citizen obligations and responsibilities which lasting influence American, then affect the literature of John Calvin(1509~1564) America.
  10. 10. Puritanism1. Introduction:Puritanism is a branch of the Protestants.In the 16th and 17th centuries, as atought of that the English Reformationhad not gone far enough, a group ofEnglish-speaking people sepratedthemselves from the Protestants to creat The Puritanismthe puritanism . 2. Beliefs: • Covenant of Works • Covenant of Grace • God proposes and man disposes Church of purtitanism
  11. 11. Puritanism3. Influences:1) Puritan has established an important rolein the North American colonies. ( Mayflower )2) Puritanism advocates thrifty andsimple self-reliance that all men arecreated equal. It had a profound Puritanisminfluence on the social, political andliterature of America. (Just like the theoryfrom Chinese Confucianism, it influencedChinses profoundly.) Confucianism
  12. 12. Conclusion Re lig io n s can influence the literature in many aspects. If we want to learn the literature well, we have to learn thoes religions, which will help us to understand the literature deeply.
  13. 13. The end 资料:秦亚菲、焦菲、姜春梅、舒媛 统稿:秦亚菲、焦菲、姜春梅、舒媛 图片:秦亚菲、焦菲、姜春梅、舒媛 技术:秦亚菲 核对:姜春梅

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