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Characteristics of medieval art

Lifeless, cartoonlike In Color and form, religious themes

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Characteristics of Renaissance art. Perspective

Shows dimensions, foreground and background

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Renaissance art classicalism

Subjects from Greek and Roman times

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Renaissance art anatomy

More realistic details of human body

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Characteristics of Renaissance art humanism

Our focus is on mans achievements

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Gutenberg

Invented the printing press

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Martin Luther

To size the Catholic Church, German monk, realized justification by faith

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Pope Leo X

Raise money to build St. Peter's Basilica
sold church positions and indulgences

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What day did Luther nailed his 95 thesis on the door of Wittenberg church

October 31 1517

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What were Luthers issues with the Catholic Church

Priests were marrying gambling and drinking, Percherons of the arts, lower clergy, early educated, can't read, can't teach, Pope Alexander admitted to having several children

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Lutheranism

Salvation by faith, Bible is the only truth and God, services were held in laying people, preach biblical principles, clergy can marry, no mono schism

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Catholicism

Salvation by faith and works, Bible in church teachings are important guides, service held in Latin, preach rituals, clergy can't Mary, monasticism

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Why was Henry King the fifth given the title defender of faith

The pope gave it to him in recognition of Henry support

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Henry's issues with his wife Catherine of Aragon

Believe she could have no more children and wanted to divorce

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Why wouldn't the pope annual the marriage how did the Popes decision influence

He did not want to offend Catherine's brother, Henry decided to make it himself

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Act of supremacy

Called on people to take it out recognizing the divorce and excepting Henri as the head of the English church

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How did the relationship between Henry and Ann Boleyn changed through the years

After she had a daughter he lost interest for her she was found guilty of treason and sent to the tower

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Henry's son Edward

Painting when he was nine years old he had a put Protestant advisor who made an impact on English church

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Mary, Henry's daughter

She was Catholic and return church rules to the pope

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Henry's daughter Elizabeth

She was Protestant and set up a church of England, only we go church of England, she made it fair for both Catholics and Protestants by changing some rules but also making improvements

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John Calvin

The influence the spread of Protestantism and published institutes of Christian religion

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Predestination

Calvin believe that since the beginning God knew who would be saved

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Theocracy

I government controlled by religious leaders

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Calvinist control of Switzerland

They follow strict rules and traditions, model city of high moral citizens

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Anabaptist

Baptized twice

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Church and state

Should be separated

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Ignatius of Loyola

Reformer who found a new religious orders after war became involved with Jesus

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Jesuits

Society of Jesus

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Activities jesuits focused on

Found at school throughout Europe, convert non-Christians to Catholic of them, stop the spread of Protestantism

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Council of Trent

Council leaders agreed on doctrines

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Interpretation Bible

Only Christians who substituted his own interpretation it was her relic

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Salvation

Needed faith in God works not saved by just faith

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Bible in church traditions

Equally powerful authorities for guiding Christian life

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Indulgences

Valid expressions of faith

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Index of forbidden books

A list of books considered dangerous to the Catholic faith