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A REFORMATION DEBATE (2)- CALVIN

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1090
Professor
Sarah Byers
Semester
Fall

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    January 31 , 2014 Big Picture: Outline Calvin’s defense of himself and the Reformation.  A REFORMATION DEBATE (2): CALVIN Explain  Calvin 1509­1564 Calvin’s early ­French raise Catholic but not devout life and the  ­Conflicts with local church introduced reformation incidents that ­Calvin’s father = treasurer and punished for supposedly not submitting  lead him to the  Reformation funds. ­Older brother drifted towards Lutheran ideas ­Calvin= Lawyer who becomes “dictator” of Geneva ­Geneva =Theocracy (Old Testament) Under Calvin Under Calvin’s  Rule, list at least onoclasm: the rejection or destruction of religious images as  4 rules that must eretical be followed along  Breaking idols/icons with possible  Destruction of art/saints consequences. Believes in SIMPLICITY: Church building = white for  minimal          distractions         Liturgy?         Smell= Incense▯Animalistic                                                                Visual= paintings, gold▯Idolatry                     Hearing= music Touch= Holy water fountain ▯ ommunicates reverence ALL THESE ARE ANIMALISTIC BECAUSE THE 5 SENSES ARE USED.  YOUR  RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD SHOULD BE SPIRITUAL ONLY ­Entire household must go listen to sermon Penalties = fine/exile ­Moral Censorship: No make­up            Scantily clad clothing “Index” ­No criticism of Calvin’s doctrines 85 cases of exile 76 cases of execution (heretics) RESPONSE TO SADOLETO ­Establishing his reputation/credibility (9pgs) ▯ y ministry”­ Minister of the word of God 1) Critiques Sadoleto’s focus on eternal life. ▯ rong priorities i) Zeal to illustrate the
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