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Monday May 5

th
, 2014
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Test Friday!
Agenda
Review - Renaissance
Notes Chapter 17 Section 3
Worksheet - Chapter 17 Section 3
Review
What sort of Changes did we see during the
Renaissance?
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Luther Leads the Reformation
Chapter 17 Section 3
Refresh and Project
What were some of the basic beliefs of the
Renaissance?
What was the major invention of the
Renaissance? What were its impacts?


Learning Goals for today
How did both the beliefs and inventions of the
Renaissance pave the way for the Reformation to
take place in Europe?
Break it Down
MAIN IDEA: Martin Luthers protest over abuses
in the Catholic Church led to the founding of
Protestant churches.
WHY IT MATTERS NOW: Nearly one-fifth of the
Christians in todays world are Protestants.
Causes of the Reformation
Church Authority Challenged
Secularism, individualism of Renaissance
challenge Church authority
Rulers challenge Churchs power
Printing press spreads secular ideas
Northern merchants resent paying church taxes
Criticisms of the Catholic Church
Corrupt leaders, extravagant popes
Poorly educated priests
Early Calls for Reform
John Wycliffe and Jan Hus stress Bibles authority
over clergys
Desiderius Erasmus and Thomas More are vocal
critics of the Church
Reading religious works, Europeans form own
opinions about Church
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?

Luther Challenges the Church
The 95 Theses
Martin Luther protests Friar Johann Tetzels
selling of indulgences
Indulgencea pardon releasing a person
from penalty for a sin
In 1517 Luther posts his 95 Theses
attacking pardon-merchants
Luthers theses circulate throughout
Germany
Luther launches the Reformationa
movement for religious reform to Popes
Authority
Luthers Teachings
People can win salvation by good works and
faith
Christian teachings must be based on the
Bible, not the pope
All people with faith are equal, can interpret
Bible without priests
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?
The Response to Luther
The Popes Threat
Pope Leo X issues decree threatening to
excommunicate Luther (1520)
Luther refuses to take back his statements and is
excommunicated
The Emperors Opposition
Charles V is Holy Roman Emperor
He issues Edict of Worms (1521), declaring Luther a
heretic (traitor)
Luther and followers begin a separate religious
groupLutherans
The Peasants Revolt
Inspired by Reformation, German peasants seek end
to serfdom (1524)
Princes crush revolt; about 100,000 people die
Germany at War
Some princes side with Luther, become known as
Protestants
Charles V fails to return rebellious princes to Catholic
Church
Peace of Augsburg (1555)each prince can decide
religion of his state
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?

England Becomes Protestant
Henry VIII Wants a Son
Henry has only daughter, needs male heir to rule
England
Henry wants a divorce; Pope refuses to annulset
asidehis first marriage to Catherine of Aragon
The Reformation Parliament
Parliament passes laws ending popes power in
England
Henry remarries, becomes official head of
Englands Church
Thomas More refuses to go against Catholic
Church and is beheaded
Consequences of Henrys Changes
Religious turmoil follows Henrys death (1547), flip
flop religions
Elizabeth Restores Protestantism
Henrys second daughter, Queen Elizabeth I, forms
Anglican Church
Anglican Church is acceptable to moderate
Catholics and Protestants
Some marriage allowed by priests; rich robes
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?
The Formation of Protestant Churches in
Europe
Catholic Runaways
Break it down
Essential Question: How did the monopoly of
the Catholic Church start the Protestant religions
that we live with today?

Charts
Get into groups of 4
In your group, each person will be responsible for
getting ideas about a particular religion on the
chart.
Students will share information with other
students so that each chart is completed. THIS
IS NOT COPYING, TEACH THEM. If I catch you
cheating you will be warned, forced to work by
yourself.
Page 497
Class Discussion
Closing Activity

Closing Discussion
If you were the Pope, how would you bring these
hostile heretics back into the Catholic Church?
Or would you.???
ANABAPTIST ANGLICAN CALVINIST LUTHERAN
How do the followers
of this sect
reach salvation?
Had to be baptized!
Stay away from the world
Believe in god God has to choose them Faith and believing in god
How would you
describe the religious
services and
ceremonies?
Baptism to wash away sins
Re-baptized as adults
Had to be an adult to join
Baptism
Main goal to keep away
from sins
Do not Pray and fast
Pay priest for prayers
How must a person
behave to be
a loyal follower?
Avoid government and
war
Avoid sin AMOP
Accept the word of the
bible
Cant gamble
No fancy clothes, theaters,
no drinking (alcohol)
Believe in god and live a
sinless life
What is the ultimate
source of authority
for this sect?
New testament
BIBLE
King of England = head of
church
God and bible
New Testament of the
Bible
How well is this sect
accepted by others
(where in Europe?)
(or not) Accepted little
because stayed away from
others
Not well Only English
would accept
No, others want to have
fun!
Accepted government
support
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Terrible Rap
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Notes Section 4
Catholic Runaways
Due tomorrow
95 Theses Rap
WARNING: LAME ALERT
1- With the person next to you, read through this
piece and highlight everything you know about
2 Share with class
3 The Side
4 Watch the video
5 Go over the side
Chapter 17 Section 4
The Reformation Continues
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?
Break it down
MAIN IDEA: As Protestant reformers divided over
beliefs, the Catholic Church made reforms.
WHY IT MATTERS NOW: Many Protestant
churches began during this period, and many
Catholic schools are the result of-reforms in the
Church.
Calvin Continues the Reformation
Calvin Formalizes Protestant Ideas
John Calvin writes Institutes of the Christian Religion
(1536):
we are sinful by nature and cannot earn salvation
God chooses who will be savedpredestination
Calvinismreligion based on Calvins teachings
Calvin Leads the Reformation in Switzerland
Calvin says ideal government is theocracyrule by
religious leaders
Geneva becomes a strict Protestant theocracy led by
Calvin
Calvinism Spreads
John Knox brings Calvinism to Scotland, followers are
Presbyterians
Church governed by laymen called presbyters, or elders
Calvins followers in France called Huguenots
Catholics massacre Huguenots in Paris (1572)
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?
What is similar and dissimiliar about Calvin and Luthers believes?
Other Protestant Reformers
The Anabaptists
Anabaptists believe in separation of church and
state, oppose wars
Forerunners of Mennonites and Amish
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?
The Catholic Reformation
A Counter Reformation
Catholic Reformationseeks to reform
Catholic Church from within
Ignatius of Loyola - Reformer
His Spiritual Exercises (1522) calls for
meditation, prayer, and study
Pope creates Society of Jesus religious
order, the Jesuits
Reforming Popes
Pope Paul III and Pope Paul IV lead reforms
Paul III calls Council of Trent to lay out
reforms:
Churchs interpretation of Bible is
final
Christians need faith and good works
for salvation
Bible and Church traditions equally
important
Indulgences are valid expressions of
faith
Use Inquisition to seek out heresy
Paul IV issues Index of Forbidden Books
(1559); books burned
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?
Who founded the Society of Jesus, also known as the Jesuits?
What were the final decrees of the Council of Trent?
The Legacy of the Reformation
Religious and Social Effects of the
Reformation
Catholic Church is unified; Protestant
denominations grow
Catholics and Protestants create
schools throughout Europe
Status of women does not improve
Political Effects of the Reformation
Catholic Churchs power lessens,
power of monarchs and states grow
Reformations questioning of beliefs
brings intellectual ferment
Late 18th century sees a new
intellectual movementthe
Enlightenment
Learning Goals for
today
How did both
the beliefs and
inventions of the
Renaissance
pave the way for
the Reformation
to take place in
Europe?
Summing it up!

How did the Renaissance lead to the
Reformation? Use specific examples from this
chapter to support your answer.
The Formation of Protestant Churches in
Europe
Catholic Runaways
Break it down
Essential Question: How did the monopoly of
the Catholic Church start the Protestant religions
that we live with today?

Charts
Get into groups of 4
In your group, each person will be responsible for
getting ideas about a particular religion on the
chart.
Students will share information with other
students so that each chart is completed. THIS
IS NOT COPYING, TEACH THEM. If I catch you
cheating you will be warned, forced to work by
yourself.
Page 497
Class Discussion
Closing Activity

Closing Discussion
If you were the Pope, how would you bring these
hostile heretics back into the Catholic Church?
Or would you.???
ANABAPTIST ANGLICAN CALVINIST LUTHERAN
How do the followers
of this sect
reach salvation?
Had to be baptized!
Stay away from the world
Believe in god God has to choose them Faith and believing in god
How would you
describe the religious
services and
ceremonies?
Baptism to wash away sins
Re-baptized as adults
Had to be an adult to join
Baptism
Main goal to keep away
from sins
Do not Pray and fast
Pay priest for prayers
How must a person
behave to be
a loyal follower?
Avoid government and
war
Avoid sin AMOP
Accept the word of the
bible
Cant gamble
No fancy clothes, theaters,
no drinking (alcohol)
Believe in god and live a
sinless life
What is the ultimate
source of authority
for this sect?
New testament
BIBLE
King of England = head of
church
God and bible
New Testament of the
Bible
How well is this sect
accepted by others
(where in Europe?)
(or not) Accepted little
because stayed away from
others
Not well Only English
would accept
No, others want to have
fun!
Accepted government
support