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spire
social
political
intellectual
religious/cultural
economical
spire
oonec
1st phase of renaissance
1050-1300
social/economic basis it
foundations
2nd phase of renaissance
1300-1600
artistic/cultural growth
mindset of people - aware
individualism
unique identities
people distinct
artists recognized for individual talents
humanism
intellectual excitement
self-perfection=progress
seeking out ancient roman text- is god necessary?
relevance- critical/analytical thought
secularism
non religious
goal other than getting to heaven
christendom clashes with national monarchy,
situation of germany at reformation
anti-clericalism- clergy morally corrupt
social/economic crisis- peasants largest percentage
conciliar movement
church should be governed by council
anti-papacy
babylonian captivity
pope moves papal city to avignon, france
1305-1377
schism
which nationality to rule church?
dif popes
1378-1417
wyclif & 4 point reform
-church subordinate to state
-salvation between man and god
-disbelief in bread/wine story
-against statues and idols
translates bible to english!!!
hus
universal preisthood of believers = only christ, no 3rd party
millenarianism
caused deep lack of confidence in religion
belief that something big would happen at 1000, then 1500...christ's return?
martin luther ideas
-sola fide - faith alone
-no sale of indulgences
-one can do nothing to save oneself
b 1483
martin luther's history
-despair over salvation- goes to rome, sees unrest, even more despaired
-translates & mass prints his pamphlets
b 1483
minister
teacher/guide to knowing god
completely different than a catholic priest
effects of luther
luther supports order, not peasants
dries up his support
social revolution- if we are equal in gods eyes, why social classes?
ludwig zwingli
minister given right to pry into lives
-no good works
-simpler ceremonies
-predestination
catholic reformation
1520s-1530s
causes lots to defend faith
unsuccessful- old arguments, not addressing big issues
diet of regensberg
idea of unified church gone
1541
people aknowledging they can't get over differences
council of trent
beginnings of counter reformation!
pope scared
1545-1547
1551-1552
1562-1563
tridentine decree
church denies sola fide, works are important

increasing intolerance
no room for debate, old church gone