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a release from all part of punishment for the sin by the catholic church
indulgence
started Calvinism, believed in predestination-began his reform in Geneva
John Calvin
head of an Eastern Orthodox Church-did the most to foster humanities-used pure classical latin
Petrarch
enforced moral discipline
consistory
wrote the Prince
machiavelli
rejected the catholic teaching that both faith and good works were necessary for salvation
martin luther
started Zwinglian Reformation-relics and images were forbidden-killed in war
Ulrich Zwingli
The Book Of the City of Ladies-denounced men and said women could learn
Christine de Pizan
Martin Luther went before the assembly and this made luther an outlaw
Edict of Worms
the true christian church was a voluntary community of adult believers who had undergone spiritual reform
anabaptists
wrote the Divine Comedy-3 parts
Dante
based on the study of the classics
humanism
believed in the ability of humans to ferform and imporve themselves
Christian Humanism
your fate is determined when your born
predestination
best known humanist
erasmus
declare invalid
annul
group of cardinals, archbishops, etc. who met and reaffirmed traditional catholic teachings to oppose protestant ones
Council of Trent
depraced, wicked
reprobate
Martin Luther wrote this to the Catholic Church totry get them to change their ways
Ninety Five Theses
getting into heaven
salvation
created by Masacria-painting done on wet plaster-creates a 3-D illusion
Fresco
written by Dante-3 parts(hell, purgatory, heaven)
Divine Comedy
rebrith of the ancient Greek and roman Worlds
Renaissance
It concerns how to keep political power-power should be taken on understanding that human nature is self-interested
The Prince
worldly
secular