Luther and Reformation

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What does anticlericalism mean?
Opposition of church based on it's abuse of power
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When were Luther's three Pamphlets written?
1520
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Name each pamphlet
Babylonish Captivity Of Church
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Name each pamphlet
The Address to the Christian nobility
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Name each Pamphlet
Concerning Christian Liberty
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What did the Babylonish Captivity of the Church pamphlet say?
Rejected idea catholic clergy had special relationship with God, argued only 2/7 sacraments justified and rejected penance and ordination
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What did the Address to the Christian nobility say?
Religious argument with demand for political action, Pope's claim only he could make changes to church rejected, meant to be read by German princes
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What did the Concerning Christian Liberty say?
Idea of justification by faith alone, said good works bought no salvation
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When were the Catechism's created?
1529
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Who did the Imperial Knights attack and when?
Archbishop of Trier 1522
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When did Luther marry?
1526
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When did Luther pin up the 95 Theses?
31st October 1517
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When did Cajetan summon Luther to Ausburg?
October 1518
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When was the debate between Luther and Eck?
Liepzig, July 1519
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When was Luther's Papal Bull issued?
June 1520
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When was he formally excommunicated by Pope?
January 1521
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When and where was the Diet of Worms?
April 1521, Germany
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Name three ways religion influenced society
Way society was organised, outlook people had on life and reactions to everyday situations
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What did the Brethren Of Common Life believe?
People should focus on individual worship
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What did the Devotio Moderna believe?
People should focus on inward reflection rather than good works
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Name 3 Popes who showed corruption and what they did
Alexander VI, invited prostitutes to vatican, Julius II had sexual relations with other men and Leo X gained revenue through simony and indulgences
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When did Erasmus publish ''In Praise of Folly''?
1509
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When were 6000 Swiss soldiers murdered and why?
1515, in service of the Pope
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When did Zwingli move to Zurich?
1518
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Name the steps in the reformation
Propoganda, Debate, Reformation
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When were the first and second wars of Kappel?
1529 and 1531
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When was the Colloquy of Marburg?
October 1529
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When did the Swiss Brethren make baptism adults only?
1523
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When was the Diet of Speyer?
1529
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When was the Diet of Ausburg?
1530
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When did the League of Schmalkalden come about?
1531
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Name the councils in Geneva
Small, council of 200, council of 60 & general council
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Who did the fourhold ministry consist of?
Doctors, Deacons, Pastors & Elders
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What did Doctors do?
Responsible for religious education
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What did Deacons do?
Helped sick & needy
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What did Pastors do?
Delivered sermons & trained foreign missonaries
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What did Elders do?
Oversee disciplines
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What was the "Institutes of Christian Religion"?
Codification of earlier reformers ideas
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When was Calvin exiled from Geneva?
1539
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When was the Academy of Geneva established?
1559
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How did the Dutch Revolt help spread Calvinism?
Iconoclastic riots due to overhaul of territories by Philip II of Spain
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What was Oratory of Divine Love's main focus?
Spiritual renewal of Catholic Church
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What was the Capuchins main focus?
Reaffirmed importance of community service and education
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