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Weber and Religion

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC201H1
Professor
J.Veugelers
Semester
Fall

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Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism 190405 1 Christian Europe 2 Martin Luther 3 Calvinismpredestination 4 Weber on the Protestant ethic 5 Interpreting Webers argument LectureReligion intertwined with daily lifePeople gave up their lives to religionThe Church was a powerful presence when it came to learning work architectureJustice and rules in the economy were infused by religionBorrowing and lendingHeld Church up to standard of CatholicismBelieve that Roman Church was not sufficiently ChristianNot so much the beliefs but the institution of those beliefsToo intertwined with political powerPoverty and humility with the actual power and worldliness of the ChurchAlbigensian movementEventually movement suppressed by PopeOppose worldliness of the ChurchChristianity intertwined with worldly powerProtestant reformationChristianity divides institutionallyPower will not be blindly acceptedCertain sin can be cleared through money in Gods eyesThis angered LutherKey idea For Luther salvation was possible outside of the Roman Catholic churchSome of these political leaders sided with Lut
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