World History T/f reformation Spreads Pgs. 64-65 Mr. T I pitty da fool!



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World History T/F Reformation Spreads Pgs. 64-65 Mr. T I pitty da fool!
1. Luther believed only priests have equal access to God through faith and the Bible.
2. Luther wanted the average person to have access to the Bible so he translated it into German.
3. The moveable type printing press helped spread Luther’s ideas in Germany and Scandinavia.
4. Some German princes saw Lutheranism as a way to remove the Church’s and the Holy Roman Empire’s power over them.
5. During the Peasants’ Revolt, Luther supported the peasants’ efforts to end serfdom and other harsh conditions.
6. The Peace of Augsburg signed in 1555 allowed the pope to determine which denomination each region of the HRE the people would follow.
7. Zwingli stressed the importance of the Bible and rejected elaborate church rituals.
8. Calvin, a German, disagreed with most of Luther’s teachings and he preached the idea of predestination.
9. Calvin set up a theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland which became a model protestant community.
10. Many reformers visited Calvin’s theocracy and returned to their homelands to spread Calvin’s ideas. These reformers sparked another wave of religious wars in Germany, France and England.
11. Some English Calvinists escaped persecution by sailing to the English New World colonies.
World History T/F Reformation Spreads Pgs. 64-65 Mr. T I pitty da fool!
1. Luther believed only priests have equal access to God through faith and the Bible.
2. Luther wanted the average person to have access to the Bible so he translated it into German.
3. The moveable type printing press helped spread Luther’s ideas in Germany and Scandinavia.
4. Some German princes saw Lutheranism as a way to remove the Church’s and the Holy Roman Empire’s power over them.
5. During the Peasants’ Revolt, Luther supported the peasants’ efforts to end serfdom and other harsh conditions.
6. The Peace of Augsburg signed in 1555 allowed the pope to determine which denomination each region of the HRE the people would follow.
7. Zwingli stressed the importance of the Bible and rejected elaborate church rituals.
8. Calvin, a German, disagreed with most of Luther’s teachings and he preached the idea of predestination.
9. Calvin set up a theocracy in Geneva, Switzerland which became a model protestant community.
10. Many reformers visited Calvin’s theocracy and returned to their homelands to spread Calvin’s ideas. These reformers sparked another wave of religious wars in Germany, France and England.
11. Some English Calvinists escaped persecution by sailing to the English New World colonies.


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