Presentation on theme: "Secular vs. Vernacular The following pages describe the difference between secular and vernacular in relation to the Renaissance."— Presentation transcript:
Secular vs. Vernacular The following pages describe the difference between secular and vernacular in relation to the Renaissance.
Secular denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis. Worldly, Humanist, Nonreligious, Educated
Vernacular Vernacular is common language spoken by average citizens of a particular place, or is language used within a particular field, industry, religion or culture. During the Renaissance it would include religious beliefs. Common, Informal, Profane, Everyday, Ritual, Uneducated
Secular or Vernacular The sacrifice of a virgin into volcano for the purpose of maintaining good graces with your creator.
Secular or Vernacular
The performance of the ceremonial Ghost Dance by the Sioux Native Americans for the purpose of driving away white man.
Secular or Vernacular Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution
Secular or Vernacular Sir Isaac Newton’s Law of Motion