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reformation -

religious revolution

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the ______ seemed more interested in its income than saving souls

chruch

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the _____ acted as a political leader and warrior instead of setting moral examples

pope

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_____ engaged in vice and misconduct instead of encouraging spiritual and moral behavior

priests

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the beginnings of the protestant reformation took place in _____

germany

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pardons from punishment for sins are called

indulgences

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who was sent to raise funds in northern German states

Johann Tetzel

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popes sold indulgences to

raise money

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Martin Luther's beliefs became known as ______

Lutheranism

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In Lutheranism ceremonies and good deeds

made no difference in saving a sinner

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the only thing that counted, In Lutheranism, was

an inner faith in God

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salvation gained only

through the grace of God

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the idea that salvation gained only through the grace of God was called

"Justification by grace through Faith"

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95 theses (statements) were

indulgences on a church door

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Luther's protests claimed Bible was

sole religious authority

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1521, Pope Leo X-

declared Luther as a heretic

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Luther's punishment was

being excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church

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Protestantism/ Protestants

Luther's followers
and their religion.

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said that each German ruler had the right to choose the religion for his state

Peace of Augsburg

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the ruler's subjects could either

accept the ruler's decisions or move away.

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religious groups that did not form organized churches.

sects

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who caused the break between england and the Roman Catholic Church

King Henry VIII

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"Defender of the Faith"

Pope granted Henry the title

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Henry wanted to

divorce his wife

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Henry wanted to marry

Anne Boleyn- lady waiting in court

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kept organization and ceremonies of catholic church

Church of England

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Church of England also known as

the Anglican Church

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the head of the Anglican Church was the

King

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act of parliament that recognized monarch as head of church -> later resended

act of supremacy

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at the beginning of time, God had decided who would be saved
Part of Calvinism

Predestination

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those who were predestined or chosen beforehand for salvation.

the elect

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a government ruled by religious leaders who claimed God's authority

Theocracy

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Hugenots

french Calvinists