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cultural movement based on the rebirth of classical cultures
Renaissance
person who provides support for the arts
patron
intellectual movement focusing on human potential and achievement
humanism
the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil
salvation
idea that God long ago determined who would gain salvation
pre-destination
to make or declare void or invalid; to cancel
annul
to give up one's views or beliefs
recant
pardon for sins committed in a lifetime
indulgence
The Protestant split from the Roman Catholic Church
Protestant Reformation
Christians who belong to non-Catholic Churches
Protestants
Protestants who lived in France
Huegonots
member of the Protestant Church founded by martin Luther
Lutheran
government controlled by religious leaders
theocracy
followers of the Protestant religion, Calvinism, brought to Scotland by John Knox
Presbyterians
believe in separation of church and state and in adult-only baptism
ababaptists
attempt by the Catholic Church to reform itself and retain its members
Counter-Reformation
meeting of RCC leaders in response to Protestant reformers
Council of Trent
Protestant movement in Geneva, Switzerland; very strict discipline
Calvinism
council of rulers called by Charles V to condemn Martin Luther and declare him an outlaw
Diet of Worms
allowed each German prince to choose the religion of his territory
Peace of Augsburg
series of conflicts beween England and France between 1618-1648
Hundred Years Was
truce between Roman Catholics and Protestants in France
Edict of Nantes
treaty of peace following the Thirty Years War
Treaty of Westphalia
league that controlled and encouraged trade in the Baltic and North Seas
Hanseatic League
section of a city where members of a minority are forced to live
ghetto
Church of England created by Henry VIII
Church of England
Catholic religious order formed to educate Catholics in response to the Protestant movement
Jesuits
artistic technique use to give 3-D effect on a flat surface
perspective