This secession inspired other reformers like Ulrich Zwingli, John Calvin and Henry VIII. There were many disagreements and beliefs which caused tensions between protestant sects and the Catholic Church and these were displayed by the wars of religion (http://ca.anwers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110212173046AA5DhKR). Luther began by criticizing the selling of indulgences, the Pope had no authority over purgatory and that the Catholic doctrine of the merits of the saints had no foundation in the gospel. The Protestant position came to incorporate doctrinal changes such as Five Solae
1. Introduction The Protestant Reformation was a period of factionalism between the Catholic Church and Protestant Reformers such as Martin Luther and John Calvin. The Protestant Reformation period saw a great number of religious wars fought between factions belonging to the Roman Catholic Church and the reformers. The Protestant Reformation impacted significantly on the position of men, women and children in the family and marriage. This essay seeks to illustrate the influence the Protestant Reformation, in the 16th and 17th century, had on the position of women and children in the family, with specific attention to Western Europe.
Among the religions and beliefs during the 16th century, there were different opinions on how to run society and the government. Martin Luther and John Calvin were two leaders in the Protestant Reformation who wanted change in the Catholic Church. Although Luther and Calvin were similar in the political authority and ecclesiastical, they differed on religion and society. Luther and Calvin were both Protestants who believed the Catholic Church was corrupt due to the selling of indulgences and the preaching of salvation. They denied the control and influence of the Pope.
This especially applies to Tartuffe, which is a commentary on the Roman Catholic Church. During this time in history, the Catholic Church was not a loving force (Is it “loving” today though?). In fact, the church acted like a dictator. And arguably during this time, the church gained much of its power that it still owns today. Tartuffe was attacked by the church so much that King Louis XIV had to shut the show down.
The Black death, along with taking down Europe’s economy, also affected the way of life, and the church’s power. When the black death struck the church also started to lose it’s power. People started to abandon the church 's and piety, for more self indulgent ways of life such as Hedonism(Green). Also, the people became angry with the church not being able to deal with the problem which lead to people not believing in the clergy, which is known a anticlericalism. This also lead to protestant reformation when the church really lost it’s power(Green).
In a nutshell: The 3 R’s: Reformation, Royalty & Renaissance The first R: The Reformation The reformation of the Christian Church had a huge effect on history, causing a major schism and centuries of sectarian violence. In England and other countries many were to die for being the wrong religion. In the early 1500s in mainland Europe, a huge religious upheaval started in reaction to Roman Catholicism, the existing Christian church. Martin Luther, and many others wanted reform – hence the term Reformation. They sought a simpler kind of Christian worship, with the emphasis on the individual’s own conscience and direct relationship with God, without the intervention of the Virgin Mary and all the saints, never mind about the control of priests, cardinals and the Pope, who were seen as being too powerful, too wealthy and too corrupt.
However, the Counter Reformation probably had the biggest effect on the period. The Counter Reformation was a response by the Catholic Church against the protestant reformation which promoting the Protestant religion; this ended after the Thirty Years’ war. Many people of the time viewed this as an enormous deprival of rights and freedoms. Artists used the style and dramatic expression of the time to depict those struggling with the injustice. However, Steen was a devout Catholic and didn’t show the same care and understanding towards those who felt the effects of the Counter Reformation.
A new kind of religious thinking is introduced by the Protestant Reformation to the English people. However, the way of Protestant and Catholics saw the important issues of life and death were still confusing to people at this time. The cause of most of the trouble throughout the play facing by Hamlet as well as the other character is because of Hamlet’s constant indecision. Hamlet is losing his courage due to the incident of his father is dead then his mother remarried too quickly. His mother’s new husband is his father’s brother which then these incident leads him to some consternation.
One of the effects of the Reformation was The Protestant Reformation and this was the breakdown of authority and power of the Catholic Church. It happened with the causes of the plague called the Black Death and the Renaissance( Humanism and Secularism). This began on October 31,1517 with Martin luther being one of the most important people throughout all this. *** The kind of impact it had was wars erupted on Europe between Catholics and Protestants. And at the same time leaders try to break from the century old grip of the Catholic Church.
During the fifteenth century the Catholic Church was in control of everything and believed that law was the way to keep order. Then, a reformer named Martin Luther came amidst. Although Martin Luther disagreed with the practice of indulgences, distrust in different powers through religions, and salvation through good works, he took action and wrote his 95 theses, affecting people politically, socially, and economically, all of which led to a reformation of the Catholic Church and new faith. In 1517, many citizens of Germany had many political views about Luther. Despite Luther facing protests and riots against his beliefs, he was able to give people a different vision of faith.
This resulted in his beheading in the Tower of London. In addition, it saw him become a main opponent of the Protestant Reformation. More’s main issues with the Reformation fell under his concern for peace and unity in the Church. He felt that Luther did not have the authority to make the claims that he did against the English Crown (which Luther did), and also showed concern that the Reformation movement would end up bringing about a lot of violence for England (which it did). As part of this conflict, the two would occasionally trade letters to each other where they would call each other names such as “pig”, “dolt”, “liar”, “ape”, “drunkard”, and “lousy little friar”; in addition to writing theological responses to one another (More on behalf of the English Crown).
Puritanism was a religious movement that was created after the Church of England’s insufficient reform. This occurred after King Henry VIII transformed the the Church of Rome into the state Church of England. This change was inadequate and left many people dissatisfied with the newly reformed church. As of this, a popular group of Puritans were formed in the late 16th centaury to live a life closer to God. This group of radicals were persecuted for their overly religious ways and were forced to relocate to North America.
AP European History Chapter Breakdown: Chapter 11 Main overview: The Protestant reformation took place during a time of conflict between the new nation-states of Europe, which was caused by conformity within their areas. As Switzerland’s cantons, or subdivisions began dividing, civil wars began erupting. They were caused by the conflicts between the Catholic and Protestant churches. Five main points: The social and religious background of the Reformation. Martin Luther’s challenge to the church and the course of Reformation in Germany.