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Council of Trent Reasons
Cardinal Alexander Farnese promised two German cardinals that if he was elected pope, he would summon a council. He was elected and ruled as Pope Paul III.
It had two goalsL Reform and Reconcile with the Protestants. Luther and Calvin were invited but refused reconciliation over issue of scriptural basis only.
Council of Trent Resolutions
::Scripture level w/ Tradition
::Seven sacraments
:: Bishops must reside in Diocese
:: No pluralism / simony
:: No sale of indulgencies
:: No concubines
:: Bishops absolute and must visit every church within 2 yrs.
:: Est. a seminary
:: Curiculum for education
:: Preference to poor
:: Parents vouch for kids
God is in the bread spiritually.
The bread IS Jesus.
Baptism, Confirmatino, Eucharist, Penance, Ordination, Matrimony, Unction
Martin Luther
German friar. Theologist. Wanted to reform Catholic Church. He objected to the Monastic lifestyle and therefore held that something was wrong.
Luther's Beliefs
::Faith is not earnable and is the saving grace of humanity.
::Scripture is more important than tradition.
::Reform is the goal
::Dedication and not penance is the key to salvation
::Church = Community
::No Sale of Indulgencies
Luther's Actions
::Wrote 95 Thesis
::Called to Diet of Worms
::Hidden by Duke of Saxony
John Calvin
French Preacher
Founded Calvanism
Diet of Worms
Council called by Pope which persecuted Luther. Luther defied the summons of the council and wrote that great scriptural quote.
Swiss reformist
Used Erasmus's New Testament
Beliefs soley from the scriptures.Challenged notion of service and communion. Belief that communion is a memorial and that no transformation takes place.
Charles V
Summoned Diet of Worms
Defended Catholicism
Henry VIII