A Coggle Diagram about Leaders' beliefs (Henry VII, Elizabeth I, Mary Tudor, Edward , William of Orange and Ignatius Loyola), Calvinists (John Calvin had the idea of predestination, which was where it was decided whether you were saved or damned before you were even born. , Calvin began the reformation in Geneva and believed in justification by faith alone, absolute sovereignity of God. ), Anabaptists (believed in adult baptism because they thought that the person should be able to choose what their beliefs are, rather than their parents choosing for them and having them baptized as a child. , millenarians!! and catholics and lutherans ganged up against them and killed a lot of them ), Catholics vs Protestants, Zwinglians (much like Lutheranism, however, when Luther met Zwingli, they disagreed on the Royal Supper and Zwingli was influenced by christian humanism, began reformation in Switzerland. preachings of the Gospel sparked a debate in Zurich. Made everything more simple, no extravagant services and paintings in churches. However, he went to war with Catholic cantons, and was found injured on the battlefield by his enemies, and was killed. ), Erasmus (1466-1536; influential among Northern Renaissance Humanists. Criticized abuses of church, never got caught. Said that knowledge was most important, even for women), huguenots (French Calvinists were called Huguenots. They were Protestant, but France was Catholic, so many were killed. They went to war with the monarchy, and while the towns and provinces supported the Huguenots, they still were overpowered. However, they came back stronger in the end and got their rights in france. ), Lutherans ( Lutherans believe that humans are saved from their sins by God's grace alone (Sola Gratia), through faith alone (Sola Fide), on the basis of Scripture alone (Sola Scriptura).
Aka saved by faith alone), Thomas More (wrote Utopia about an island near the New World with communal property and equality, and criticized abuses and corruption of the English Kingdom, however, he served King Henry VIII and they were best buddies. When King Henry broke from Catholic church and pronounced himself supreme leader over the pope, More had to disagree and was eventually beheaded for going against Henry VIII), puritans (English Protestants... The Puritans believed that God had formed a unique covenant, or agreement, with them. They believed that God expected them to live according to the Scriptures, to reform the Anglican Church, and to set a good example that would cause those who had remained in England to change their sinful ways.), peasants' wars (Peasants were upset because they were abused and mistreated, so they revolted in Luther's name, and ended up getting killed because Luther disagreed with the revolt, even though they thought he was preaching at them and egging them on to revolt), Political Wars- England, Political Wars- Spain (), Political Wars- France, and