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"Other Reformations" Lecture

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Department
History
Course
HIST 1031
Professor
Robert Savage
Semester
Fall

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Europe in the Modern World Lecture Notes Week 2: Other Reformations Calvin’s Geneva 10/28/13 ­Jean Calvin  Discipline  Believed the government and church should have complete control over the  people  “sping” inquisition ­The reformation  Reformers: Luther, Calvin  Christendom restricts outside thought  Not come about of laypeople, but educated elite  Not because of mass­ too much at a party not enough religion  Printing was a key part to education in the reformation because it spread ideas,  less censorship  ­Reformations attacked mass and Pope’s position­ He believed he was the king of Christ/  “vicar” of Christ ­Wars are anti­Christians ­“Christians live communal”­Acts of the Apostles  ­Anti­Baptists ­Many reformers were apocalyptic Münster, San Malthij, szoon, Melchior Hoffman Calvin­ 1­5/200 would survive ­Calvinists had to respond to:  Social movement­many aspects  Theological standpoint­ not many were proper leaders o “one should obey God, not man” o Calvin’s reformation was the “right” reform, it didn’t appreciate lack of  discipline  Moved to Geneiva o Politically advantageous o An independent nation, or self governed o 1336­1338 his arrogance + arguments got him kicked out o later was called back to control all the reformers who still lived here­used  me Münster argument (blackmail) to return this power.  The government wanted to keep the church under control  Calvin started to gain control over geneivean government through  his own church government • 4 Groups within the church  • 1. Pastors: purist priests, weekly sermons, day to d • 2. Deacons: Christians love reflected inactions, charity, and  welfare • 3. Doctors: teachers all levels pastors to illiterate • 4. Elders: aisiplinary functions: discipline was how you  were living your life­took from Israel governed outside and  within church to spread ideas o functions were not legal issues but a faculty of  Christian love and life o eg. Marriage versus neighborliness  o You need discipline in all aspects of life •
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