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Crusaders & Scholars – 1000-1299 AD
The Great Schism = 1054 Causes for SchismEstablishing Constantinople as capitol of Empire Iconoclastic Controversy Establishing Charlegmane as Emperor
Results Empire separated into Western and EasternDifferences in liturgy and disciplines
Two basic branches Roman Catholic Eastern OrthodoxMajor differences = Pope vs. Patriarch, way celebrate Liturgy, holy images What is in common = beliefs and Sacraments
The Lateran Councils = 1123-1215Separation of Church and state, rules of clerics, condemned simony, beliefs of the Eucharist
The rise of the Mendicant OrdersMendicant = begging Francis of Assisi = Franciscans Clare = Poor Clares Dominic = Dominicans
The Rise of the ScholasticsSt. Thomas Aquinas = Summa Theologica = greatest summary of theology ever written
Internal reforms, clerical dressCouncils of Lyons = 1254 and 1274 Internal reforms, clerical dress
Weak Leaders and Schism = 1300-1499The Avignon Papacy = Councils of Vienne, Constance, and Florence
Things to Note St. Joan of ArcThe Imitation of Christ by Thomas A Kempis – 1425 Printing Press invented by Gutenburg – 1440
Sistene Chapel constructed
DaVinci paints The Last Supper
Michelangelo creates Pieta
WHI: SOL 7d Eastern vs. Western Church. Great Schism 1054 a.d.- a schism or split between eastern and western Christianity Eastern Christianity became.
The Great Schism. Roman Catholic Church Eastern Orthodox Church.
Chapter 14 outline. Between a.d. 500 and 1000, the Church became involved in a serious power struggle that hurt the Church’s ability to carry out Jesus’
Roman Catholic VS Eastern Orthodox. Christian’s view of Jesus Some – full god, some – full human, some – half and half Nicene Creed said both human.
CHRISTIANITY ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH PROTESTANTISM LUTHERAN PRESBYTERIAN BAPTIST METHODIST ETC “THE SCHISM” 1054 “THE REFORMATION.
Steve Weidenkopf The Cleaving of Christendom The Catholic Church In the 2 nd Millennium.
Division of the Church: The Great Schism. As the Orthodox Church became more established in the East, their ideas on how to conduct church affairs became.
Jeopardy Review! Chapter 3 Church History PersonsPlacesThingsSaints Pot Luck 30.
Hosted by Miss Brooks East/WestPeopleEventsTerms
Serve the Church Chapter 12 Lesson 2. Mendicant Orders These orders survived on the charity of the laity, through begging. These orders survived on the.
Chapter 14 A LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS PT II. The invasions of the Vikings weakened the forces of European unity and expansion. These acts resulted in.
The Eastern Orthodox Church A Photo History. Learning Goals To understand the factors that led to the split of the Christian Church. To explain how the.
A CHANGING CHURCH CHRISTIANITY FROM THE DARK TO MIDDLE AGES.
The Division of the Christian Church Section 2. Standard Describe the establishment by Constantine of the new capital in Constantinople and the.
Christian Development The Middle Ages to the Schism.
Comparing Christianity in the Middle Ages. The two churches During the Middle ages there were types of Christianity: –The Roman Catholic church in the.
The Christian Church The Byzantine Empire. The Christian Church church leaders in the West and East had different ideas about church practices – difference.
The Schism of 1054 Global History: Spiconardi. Origins Iconoclasm Pope Gregory speaks out against Byzantine Empire’s iconoclast movement Western.
Great Schism of How did we get here? Christianity began as one church around 33 AD with the followers/apostles of Christ. Christianity began as.
The Spread of Christian Ideas The Byzantine Church Constantinople church would become the Greek Orthodox Church The Byzantines believed their Emperor represented.
Religion of the Byzantine Empire. Warm Up!!! For today’s warm up, answer the following questions in complete sentences: –C–Constantinople locations linked.
The Division of Christianity ■ Because of the distance & lack of contact between Byzantine Empire & Western Europe, Christianity developed differently.
Byzantine Art: Style of art originating out of Byzantine Empire, rich color, flat, stiff figures that appear to be floating, big round eyes, gold background.
Opening Question (4/7/11) What image is shown below? What city is this building located in? What happens to the city and this building in the year 1453.
THE GREAT SCHISM & FIRST CRUSADE CHAPTER 8: HIGH MIDDLE AGES.
The Great Schism Causes of the 1054 split of the Christian (Western and Eastern Church)
Monday 9/03 Objective: –Students will analyze why the Christian church split Homework –Rise and Fall of Rome Timeline 1/3/5- due Thursday( Rome test Thursday)
Medieval Conflicts of Church and States. I. Early Middle Ages -Constantine called Council of Nicaea (precedent used later by political rulers for Caesaropapism,
Significant Events. 11 th Century Islam rules over Spain, Omayyad Dynasty –Cordova the Capital –Late 11C El Cid pushes back at Omayyad Dynasty Split.
DO NOW: WHAT ASPECT OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE AFTER 476 WOULD YOU FIND MOST CHALLENGING? Chapter 9 - Lesson 4.
Similarities and Differences Differences Between Eastern church and western church Western Church Roman Catholic Eastern Church Eastern Orthodox Centered.
Lecture 31 Final Review Dr. Ann T. Orlando 13 November
8 TH GRADE FINAL REVIEW!!! TOMMYG AND CORY. ONE, HOLY, CATHOLIC, APOSTOLIC The four marks of the Church are:
The Corrupted Church, Part A.D. Thyatira Pale Horse 3 rd, 4 th, 5 th, & 6 th Trumpets.
Byzantine Empire Religious & Political Differences Split Christianity, Decline of the Empire.
Chapter 4, Lesson 3 A Christian Europe It Matters Because: Christianity divided in to the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox branches. Despite this division,
The Great Schism of How did we get here? Christianity began as one church around 33 AD with the followers/apostles of Christ. Christianity began.
Crises in the Late Medieval Church
A Very Brief Overview of the Three Main Branches of Christianity
Chapter 4 Lesson 3 ► EQ: How do new ideas change the way people live? ► How does geography affect the spread of ideas?
CHURCH AND WORLD UNITED A.D CHRISTENDOM Christianity dominated Western Europe Feudalism became the economic system – Kings controlled the country.
Religion in the Byzantine Empire The Eastern Orthodox Church.
Church Division. SSWH4 The student will analyze the importance of the Byzantine and Mongol empires between 450 CE and 1500 CE. b. Describe the relationship.
The Byzantine Church. The Roman Empire The Christian religion started in this empire. It was called the Roman Catholic religion. The leader of the Roman.
The Spread of Christian Ideas Chapter 10 Section 3.
Mrs. Hansen Medieval Times. Section 1: Byzantium Constantinople: Byzantine Capital Located on the Bosporus strait ○ Ideal for trade because it connects.
Constantinople is located on the _________ strait. Bosporus.
Renaissance and Review. 1.The Crusades 2.In Middle Eastern Markets 3.Credit and Banking 4.Charging high interest on loans 5.The Roman Catholic Church.
-Take some quick notes, but don’t write every last word - Every few slides we will recap the main points to make sure everyone has the important facts.
Constantine and Theodosius Barbarians and the de-Christianization of Europe?? The Rise of Monasticism Missionaries and the re-Christianization of Europe.
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