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Martin Luther: The Protestant Reformation

Martin Luther: The Protestant Reformation

Martin Luther: The Protestant Reformation. This PowerPoint presentation accompanies Closeup Teaching Unit The Protestant Reformation 1300 – 1570 CE. Martin Luther. Born in Germany in 1483. After surviving a violent storm, he vowed to become a monk. Lived in the city of Wittenberg.

By paul
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Mission shaped church ?

Mission shaped church ?

Mission shaped church ?. ‘How can we seek to re-imagine what it means to be the Church and create new communities if we lack the language and ability to talk and reflect about what it means to be the Church in dialogue with Scripture and our tradition.’

By elam
(272 views)

Ecclesiology — What in the World Does the Church Do?

Ecclesiology — What in the World Does the Church Do?

Ecclesiology — What in the World Does the Church Do?. A Study of the Doctrine of the Church. A DEFINITION OF THE CHURCH.

By lavada
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The Protestant Reformation

The Protestant Reformation

The Protestant Reformation. Church Corruption. During the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the corruption of the Christian Church became increasingly overt Prominent Examples of Church Corruption Popes and other church officials lived and acted exactly like secular rulers:

By oren
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Reformation

Reformation

Reformation. What was the Reformation?. The Reformation was a time during the 1500s when people tried to reform the Catholic Church because they disagreed with Church practices and corruption.

By yehuda
(98 views)

Renaissance and Reformation

Renaissance and Reformation

Renaissance and Reformation. (1350-1600). Renaissance. The Renaissance Attitude: Individualism Secularism (Humanism)- not anti-Christian Revival of Classical values. Renaissance. Means rebirth Revival of Antiquity (Ancient Greece & Rome) Begins in Italy. Coliseum. Italy. Acropolis.

By jabir
(120 views)

Medieval Society

Medieval Society

Medieval Society. Charlemagne Feudalism Manorial system Medieval Society. Charlemagne. Why was he important? King of the Carolingian Empire ; also known as Charles the Great Used counts (German nobles) as his representatives in local areas

By nubia
(190 views)

Lutherans

Lutherans

Lutherans. What about us?. Lutherans. What’s the difference between being a cultural Lutheran and a practicing Lutheran?. Lutherans.

By lavender
(180 views)

Preconditions for the Reformation

Preconditions for the Reformation

Preconditions for the Reformation. Pope’s Unam Sanctam -Pope has authority over all earthly Kings Fr King Philip IV despised- Why? Advisor elected Pope-Clement V Moved papacy to Avignon France-was there for 70 years Under French influence

By idona-leach
(202 views)

The Protestant Reformation

The Protestant Reformation

The Protestant Reformation. What is the Protestant Reformation?. 1500-1648 The splintering of Roman Catholicism into other Christian faiths End of religious unity in Western Europe. Factors leading to Protestant Reformation.

By phyllis-jefferson
(212 views)

Unit 3 Europe in the Middle Ages Power of the Church

Unit 3 Europe in the Middle Ages Power of the Church

Day 17 Skinny 33-34. Unit 3 Europe in the Middle Ages Power of the Church. Unit 3 Essential Questions. What political and economic systems emerged in the Middle Ages? How was the Roman Catholic Church a unifying force?. Emperor wielded authority in political matters.

By nievesr
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