THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION
CAUSES OF REFORMATIONchurch more interested in income than saving soulslost sight of spiritual missionpopes were too polit...
Martin Luther                            Excommunicated                       he began teaching his                     id...
Luther summoned to appear before          Imperial Diet   Luther refuses to abandon his ideas        Luther banished from ...
LUTHERANISMLeader: Martin LutherBelief: “justification by gracethrough faith”Significant Events  Used the printing press  ex...
ANGLICAN CHURCHLeader: King Henry VIIIBelief: England should have aseparate religion, with the kingas its headSignificant E...
CALVINISMLeader: John CalvinBelief: relied on faith and theBible; believed in predestination,the idea that at the beginnin...
HUGUENOTSLeader: John Calvin/high rankingFrench noblesBelief: relied on faith and theBible, belief in predestinationSignifi...
LUTHER’S BELIEFSceremonies and gooddeeds made nodifference in saving asinneronly a inner faith inGod and could receivesalv...
FACTORS THAT LEAD TO THESPREAD OF PROTESTANTISMmany Europeans’ desire for a simpler more directreligionGerman rulers’ esta...
CALVIN’S CHURCHcarried on the work of Huldrych Zwingli1536 - Institutes of the Church Religionemphasized predestination - ...
THE SPREAD OF CALVINISMFrench Calvinists - called Huguenots converted 1/3French NobilityFrench monarchs considered them a ...
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    1. 1. THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION
    2. 2. CAUSES OF REFORMATIONchurch more interested in income than saving soulslost sight of spiritual missionpopes were too politicalsome priests engaged in vice and misconductnew emphasis on personal faith and spirituality
    3. 3. Martin Luther Excommunicated he began teaching his ideas against the church Luther posted the 95 theses (statements) Tetzel began selling indulgencesno central government in Germany
    4. 4. Luther summoned to appear before Imperial Diet Luther refuses to abandon his ideas Luther banished from empire, his works banned Luther translates Bible into German Luther’s works and ideas continue to spread Luther establishes the Lutheran Church
    5. 5. LUTHERANISMLeader: Martin LutherBelief: “justification by gracethrough faith”Significant Events Used the printing press excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church
    6. 6. ANGLICAN CHURCHLeader: King Henry VIIIBelief: England should have aseparate religion, with the kingas its headSignificant Events Parliament passed a series of laws to create the Anglican church, after the Catholic Church refused to grant Henry VIII with a divorce
    7. 7. CALVINISMLeader: John CalvinBelief: relied on faith and theBible; believed in predestination,the idea that at the beginning oftime God had decided whowould be savedSignificant Events Calvin moved to Geneva, which became a theocracy as a result; Calvinism spread throughout Europe
    8. 8. HUGUENOTSLeader: John Calvin/high rankingFrench noblesBelief: relied on faith and theBible, belief in predestinationSignificant Events After a series of Civil Wars with the Catholics, the Huguenots were given freedom of worship by King Henry IV in the Edict of Nantes
    9. 9. LUTHER’S BELIEFSceremonies and gooddeeds made nodifference in saving asinneronly a inner faith inGod and could receivesalvation through thegrace of God
    10. 10. FACTORS THAT LEAD TO THESPREAD OF PROTESTANTISMmany Europeans’ desire for a simpler more directreligionGerman rulers’ establishment of Lutheran Churcheswithin their statesCharles V’s inability to defeat Protestant PrincesPeace of Augsburg (each German ruler could choosethe religion of its state)Henry VIII’s desire for a divorce and subsequentcreation of the Anglican Church
    11. 11. CALVIN’S CHURCHcarried on the work of Huldrych Zwingli1536 - Institutes of the Church Religionemphasized predestination - beginning of time Godhad decided who would be saved called “the elect”formed a special community following a high moralstandard and emphasized self-disciplineGeneva becomes a theocracy
    12. 12. THE SPREAD OF CALVINISMFrench Calvinists - called Huguenots converted 1/3French NobilityFrench monarchs considered them a threat1562 - Civil wars break out between Catholics andHuguenots1598 - King Henry IV (France) issued the Edict ofNantes - gave them religious rightsCalvinism spreads to Poland, Hungary, Scotland,Northern Netherlands, England, and America.

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