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Martin Luther German Protestant Reformer
Early Life Born in Eisleben, eastern Germany in 1483 Becomes a monk in 1505 after surviving a thunderstorm. Joined an Augustinian monastery in Erfurt. Earned a doctorate in theology in 1517.
The 95 Theses Luther explaining major problems with Catholic practice of indulgences. Posted a theses for discussion on the door of the University of Wittenberg in 1517.
Life of Controversy Luthers writings seen as an attack on the Pope. Told to recant teachings in October of Refusal to recant lead to excommunication in Defended himself at the Diet of Worms.
Man of Impact Set the way for Protestantism and the Lutheran Church. Returned theology to faith based vs. works based salvation. Iconic figure for all Christian denominations in theology.
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A New Religion is Born The Protestant Reformation Changes the World.
MARTIN LUTHER THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION. Who was Martin Luther? Born in Germany in After surviving a violent storm, he vowed to become a monk.
The Protestant Reformation EQ: What was the lifestyle & culture of the Europeans at the time of early exploration?
When did the Reformation occur? Middle Ages – a.k.a. “Age of Faith” or “Dark Ages” RenaissanceReformation ~500 - ~1450~ ~1600~ ~1650.
1 The Reformation. How is Salvation acquired in the Catholic Faith? Faith + Good Works Receiving the Sacrements Visiting relics.
Lakeside Institute of Theology Ross Arnold, Summer 2013 July 12, 2013 – Reformation Begins Lecture.
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The Reformation Martin Luther. The _________ was a movement to reform the corruption of the ______ Church. It was started in the year ___ by a German.
Height of Papal Corruption Who? Pope Leo X What did he do? Depleted Papal coffers Money needed for St. Peter’s reconstruction Solution: Sale.
The Protestant and Catholic Counter Reformation. Printing Press Johannes Gutenberg 1436 First mass produced book was the Bible People started to become.
Martin Luther and the Reformation 3.Luther Challenges the Church a.Martin Luther i.Parents wanted him to be a lawyer, became a monk and teacher instead.
The Protestant Reformation. The Split in the Christian Church Between Catholics and Protestants Begins in 1517 Ends Religious Unity in Western Europe.
The Reformation – Martin Luther 2 nd YR. Who was he? He was the man who started the Reformation How? He was a German monk Got sick of abuses in the Catholic.
Jeopardy: Martin Luther Life Accomplishments of Luther Theses Miscellaneous/ EasyMiscellaneous/ Difficult Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q.
Martin Luther and the Crisis of Piety
Western Europe The Reformation. What was the Reformation? Religious revolution that split the Christian church Movement to change church practices.
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The Protestant Reformation. DO NOW ASSIGNMENT Take a Renaissance handout from the resource table. Complete the handout. Copy down these lesson objectives:
MARTIN LUTHER AND THE GERMAN REFORMATION Not this Martin 2.2.
Martin Luther. The Earlier Years Martin Luther was born on November 10, 1483, in Eisleben, south-east Germany. His parents were from a family of peasants,
Connections 8.3 Catholicism and Protestantism. FOCUS Most of the Spanish Speaking peoples are Roman Catholic. What do you know about the Roman Catholic.
Protestant Reformation - a religious movement in the 1500s that split the Christian church (in western Europe) and led to the establishment.
Chapter 16 – The Reformation of Europe. Section 1 – The Protestant Reformation.
Martin Luther Background Augustinian monk Taught at the University of Wittenberg in Saxony.
THE REFORMATION Outcome: Martin Luther and the Reformation.
The Reformation. Agenda 1. Bell Ringer: What is an invention today that is similar to the impact of the Printing Press? 2. Quick Quiz Renaissance 3. Lecture:
PROTESTANT REFORMATION PROTESTANT REFORMATION. “Reformers“, known as Protestants- objected to ("protested") the doctrines, rituals, leadership and.
Martin Luther was a monk and professor at the University of Wittenberg, where he lectured on the Bible. Through his study of the Bible, Luther came to.
UNIT 4: CULTURAL CONFLICT LESSON 4.1: BACKGROUND TO PROTESTANTISM.
3. The Protestant Reformation World History Class Bilingual Project by: Hortencia Tijerina Treviño.
Protestant Reformation Unit 5 World History SSWH9.
Today’s Warm Up How would you feel if you worked very hard for an “A” on your Renaissance Unit Test and were then told you could only have that grade.
People began to question about the church. Humanists influenced many Europeans. The Corruption within the Catholic Church.
Problems with the Catholic Church The highest offices in the Catholic Church were held by people who could buy their positions And buying indulgences.
The Roman Catholic Church was a powerful institution in the Middle Ages.
The German Reformation Lesson #3. Essential Questions 5. What was “reformed” with the Protestant Reformation? 6. What was the goal of the 95 Thesis?
100 Years War and Black Death Scientific Advances which “contradicted” the Church The Corruption within the Catholic Church.
The Reformation E.Q. 2: Who was Martin Luther and what role did he play in the Reformation? Martin Luther and the Beginning of the Reformation.
By Jessica Morales. BASIC INFORMATION Born November 10, 1483 Lived in Eisleben, Saxony, Holy Roman Empire German monk, former Catholic priest, professor.
The Reformers Europe 1517 – c The Protestant Reformation led to the start of many new Christian churches that broke away from the Catholic Church.
I’m tired of grading your projects… If you have $20 on you right now – and give it to me – I’ll give you an “A” Is this FAIR? ETHICAL?
The Protestant Reformation Chapter 12 Sections 3 and 4.
Reformation is….. the action or process of reforming an institution or practice: "the reformation of the Senate" a 16th-century movement for the reform.
The Protestant Reformation Modern World History Androstic.
100 Years War and Black Death Scientific Advances which contradicted the Church The Corruption within the Catholic Church.
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