I believe The Reformation influenced many events in the church, politics, race and gender. First, the Reformation changed the church. The movement did start in the walls of the Catholic Church. A man named Martin Luther challenged the authority of the church.
Education gives us the power and right to freely think, act, and speak. Douglass strongly trusts on the skills of an educated thinker to attain freedom,”The struggle for literacy, for command over the power of words, was the
Ayn Rand’s Anthem shows that having a continuous desire to learn things does nothing but enhance your life and those around you. People should not fear knowledge, they should embrace knowledge. Equality’s hunger for knowledge is what pushes him on everyday. “But we loved the Science of Things.
Many rationalists like Benjamin Franklin were very outspoken on how they wanted the people to be able to try different things and see how they would benefit them. This helped make our country into what it is today. A place where all ideas are able to flow and try and benefit all people of all creeds. In conclusion, the colonial era was a time of great literate prosperity with multiple ideologies flourishing. The examples that we can see from both the puritan and rationalist ideologies prove that and help us understand our beginnings
Access of information- Supportive practice Humanistic approach- emphasizes that each individual has great freedom in directing his/her own future, a large capacity for achieving personal growth, a considerable amount of intrinsic worth, and enormous potential for self-fulfillment. Empowering- Empowering the residence means that the workers are giving the residence power to do things independently. This would reduce abuse and neglect as the residence will be able to do things that they can independently.
Religion had a role in every part of the region whether it be big or small. Another time when religion had impacted a colony or country was when Henry VIII had impacted Europe by creating an unstable connection between the church. He cut his connection with the church in order to divorce his wife Catherine. Now at this point in time whoever was the ruler of England would be able to change the main religion. This caused rebellions between religions on which is more important and which should be the main religion of England.
For me his story is very reach in great lessons for life: first of all, it teaches us that if we have the will to change no one and no situation can stop us: neither poverty nor prison nor color nor belonging can inhibit us to reach our goals. Second we have to be faithful in our capacity and our power. Also it shows how education is the door of the development and prosperity. It is the arm that protect us from the domination and oppression. All these factor are the key component that lead to the triumph and victory toward tyrannies.
For examples, one of the biggest changes was religion. Back then, there were many disputes about the Catholic teachings. The two prominent religious figures, who completely impacted the way people view religion, were a German monk named Martin Luther, and a Frenchman named John Calvin. Their understandings of true faith and predestination caused many people to find flaws in the catholic doctrines, which later formed a group called the protestants. As conflicts between the catholics and the protestants became more violent, it affected the English economy.