1. THE PROTESTANT TRANSFORMATION, image , image , image , image , …
1. THE PROTESTANT TRANSFORMATION
The church's wealth.
The high clergy lived a lived of luxury. They possessed extensive lands and taxed the humble population
They carried out: religious sacraments and from the veneration of holy relics, saints and the Virgin Mary.
The bad example set by the high clergy.
They did not respect the customs or morals that they preached.
The buying and selling of ecclesiastical positions
They improved economic rights, and were a way of getting rich.
Low's clergy's lack of training
The church hierarchy did not have much importance to the training of priests, so they don't behave propertly
The sale of indulgences
When the church need money it helped believers to be forgiven for their sins
The Reformation was a religious movement
Which began in 16th century
The spread of the reformation
Lutheranism spread across northern Europe (Germany, the Low Countries, Denmark and the countries on the Scandinavian Peninsula)
French theologian wo spread a type of Protestantism
Pope don't give the consent for King Henry VII to divorce Catherine of Aragon
Swiss pastor who founded the Reformed Church in the city of Zurich
Luther's break from Rome
Was scandalised by the amount of corruption in the Church.
He published a book, criticising the sale of indulgences.
Forgiveness and salvation don't depend on what a person does in life, but on faith and God's will
Rejection of the veneration of the Virgin Mary, saints and holy relics
Free Interpretatlon of the Bible
Opposition to the Church owning property
The Pope demands that Luther retracts his writings at the Diet of Worms
Luther translates the Bible into German.
Luther publishes 95 Theses
Lutheranism spreads to Denmark and Norway.
Eradication of the Lutheran groups in Spain.
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