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Department
History
Course
HIS243H1
Professor
Karen Mac Farlane
Semester
Summer

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How did the reformations affect ordinary men and womenWas it a movement from below Urban How did it affect the lives of men and womenCatholic reformation begins before the counterreformationErasmus Not a rebelappalled at connections to Lutherresented I laid the egg and Luther hatched itHad initial sympathy for Luther but never breaks with the Roman churchMartin LutherSalvation by faith alonePurgatorysinners expiate their sins before entry into heavenThe 1521 Diet of WormsEdict of Worms made Luther an outlawKey themesAnticlericalismImpact of religious change on art magic women science state formationReformation as a political eventreduce power of the church other political goalsThe political and dynastic circumstances in the Holy Roman Empire and of Charles VThe printing press and evangelical preaching Reform initiated by the lower classes was doomedThe Protestant Reformation1517 Martin Luthers 95 thesesindulgences priesthood of all believers
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