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1 Secular vs. Vernacular The following pages describe the difference between secular and vernacular in relation to the Renaissance.

2 Secular denoting attitudes, activities, or other things that have no religious or spiritual basis. Worldly, Humanist, Nonreligious, Educated

3 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

4 Secular or Vernacular The sacrifice of a virgin into volcano for the purpose of maintaining good graces with your creator.

5 Secular or Vernacular

6 The performance of the ceremonial Ghost Dance by the Sioux Native Americans for the purpose of driving away white man.

7 Secular or Vernacular Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

8 Secular or Vernacular Sir Isaac Newton’s Law of Motion

9 Secular or Vernacular brother

10 Secular or Vernacular bro

11 Discuss Other examples?


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