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    • Let Freedom Ring By: Cristina DiFranco
    • Table Of Contents
      • Art and Advancements……….…….Slide 3
      • Criticizing the Catholics………..Slides 4-5
      • Christian Counteraction.………Slides 6-7
      • Rescuing Religious Rights…….Slides 8-9
    • Art and Advancements
      • Renaissance: period of rebirth in classical art, architecture, and literature from ancient Greeks and Romans
        • Francesco Petrarch promoted recovery of ancient texts
      • Inventions, advancements in technology, exploration
        • Johann Gutenburg  printing press
        • Christopher Columbus  sailed for Spain
        • Galileo  improved telescope
      • Realistic forms of art
        • Michelangelo  sculpture of David
        • Leonardo DaVinci  Mona Lisa
    • Criticizing the Catholics
      • Martin Luther = “father” of Reformation  religious movement to reform church from outside
      • Luther wrote and posted ninety-five theses on church doors  stated corruption of Roman Catholic church
      • Rejected by Catholics and religious leaders  excommunicated and condemned at Diet of Worms
      • Forced into hiding
    • Criticizing the Catholics
      • Luther translated Bible  could be read across Europe
      • Believed in “Justification by Faith”  stressed that God gave faith to lead good lives and could find faith in God by believing in Jesus
      • Created new branch Christianity  followers called Lutherans
    • Christian Counteraction
      • John Calvin raised Catholic but converted to Protestant during education  more involved in Reformation
      • Leader of Geneva  goal = make “model Christian city”
      • Divided church officials into four groups
      • Consistory  stressed Calvin’s moral code
      • Created sanitation system for city
    • Christian Counteraction
      • Wrote Institutes of the Christian Religion  covered predestination
      • Disagreed with belief of predestination that one = responsible for fate though predetermined if going to Heaven or not
      • Believed people = no influence on God’s will
      • Work = Christian duty
      • Founded Geneva Academy  trained pastors to spread Calvin’s beliefs
    • Rescuing Religious Rights
      • Protestantism: movement within Christianity calling Roman Catholic Church to reform
      • Started by Luther
      • Bible = foundation of Christianity  Supremacy of the Bible
      • Justification by Faith
      • Universal Priesthood of Believers  read Bible and participate in government and church
    • Rescuing Religious Rights
      • Secularism: government practices and organizations = separate from religion
      • Catholic church = ruled government
      • Reformers = called for change
      • Church = no influence on government decisions and actions
      • No privileges to a certain religion
      • Equality and freedom from religion and religious rule
    • Rescuing Religious Rights
      • Humanism: ethical philosophy based on human ability and qualities  result of freedom from religion during Reformation
      • No supernatural beliefs, religion, or faith
      • Focused on process of studying truth and morality through discovery of knowledge with perspective
      • Humanists learned to write and speak well
      • Francesco Petrarch= “father” of humanism
      • Promoted recovery of texts from ancient Greeks and Romans and stressed linguistic study