What is the impact of the Protestant Reformation in European politics and society in the 16 century.?
Analyze the impact of the Protestant Reformation European Union politics and society in the 16 century. Consider Germany, Britain, France and the Netherlands. – I have to do a preview in this … How I do it? will thank you!
Hello, God bless you. I do not remember making a sketch, but I'll try: the impact of I. Reform in Europe: a) The Catholic Church Protestants and freedom. What was more at stake in the Reformation was freedom. The Catholic Church has been the defender of freedom, not just to defend Europe against the Turks. This is the church that nurtures artistic freedom of the Renaissance and Baroque. It was the Protestants who smashed religious art as idolatry and sensuality. This is the church that sponsored the freedom of the literary humanists and Protestants condemned as paganism. It is the Church who say that free will of man, and Protestants who insisted that the destiny of every man determinedd before birth. Above all, the Catholic Church, which opposed the absolute power of the state. b) divided Europe. The Catholic Church had become the majority through the missionaries, like Hungary, Ireland, Britain, Nordic countries, etc. Is Church aims to be universal, independent, and the highest court of appeal to the edicts of kings, while the Protestant religion in a government department must be controlled by the Princes (Germany), or the board of the city (in Geneva), or monarch (in England and Scandinavia). It is, in fact, a much more libertarian underestimated in the Catholic Church. He was convicted in the covenant of Pope Gregory IX with Republicans and capitalists and the city states of Italy against the Emperor Frederick II, was seen Catholicism in the Renaissance, the Protestant scandal, and was seen in most, especially in the conflict between the Church and the Tudor dynasty in England. c) war between the brothers apart. From Luther's break with the Church, the Protestant contribution to civilization has been a bloody peasant revolt in the history of Europe (1524-1526), devastating Germany while the Pope wanted to fight the Turks, thinking later, they could reconcile, Calvin and other Protestants executed Miguel Servet, and Henry VIII began angicanism until Queen Elizabeth I made a total population of England Protestants go to war against Spain, the most Orthodox Catholic. II. Changes to the present. a church) in the state. The policy of the Protestant Church, provided that the eighteenth century would do the same for Catholics, the Church has no power over the state, and in the twentieth century is not relevant to the state. b) The number of religions. The reform whenever the increase religions, and from Luther said that knowledge was not necessary, but only the Bible, the Protestants have become ignorant of their past and make the interpretation new religion all they want to believe the truth ever more holy spirits, and the reform of old heresies. Blunted the rise of Christianity. God bless you.
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