Religious Reform and State Building in Europe Spielvogel Chapter 15 Focus Questions

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Spielvogel Chapter 15
Religious Reform and State Building in Europe
Focus Questions
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What were Martin Luther’s main disagreements with the Roman Catholic Church, and why did the movement he started spread so quickly across Europe?
What were the main tenets of Lutheranism, Zwinglianism, Calvinism and Anabaptism, and how did they differ from each other and from Catholicism?
Why is the period between 1560 – 1650 in Europe called an age of crisis? How did the turmoil contribute to the artistic and intellectual developments of the period?
What was absolutism, and what were the main characteristics of the absolute monarchies that emerged in France, Prussia, Austria, and Russia?
What were the main issues in the struggle between the king and Parliament in the 17th century England, and how were they resolved?
The Protestant
Reformation
 Prelude to
Reformation
 Church and Religion
on the Eve of the
Reformation
 Martin Luther and
the Reformation in
Germany
 Politics and Religion
in the German
Reformation
 The Spread of the
Protestant
Reformation
 The Social Impact of
the Protestant
Reformation
o The Family
o Religious
Practices and
Popular Culture
The Catholic
Reformation
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Europe in Crisis:
War, Revolution,
and Social
Disintegration
1560-1650
 Politics and the
Wars of Religion in
the Sixteenth
Century
o The French Wars
of Religion (15621598)
o Philip II and the
cause of Militant
Catholicism
Response to
Crisis: The Practice
of Absolutism
 The Practice of
Absolutism: France
under Louis XIV
 Absolutism in
Central and Eastern
Europe
o From Muscovy to
Russia
o The England of
Elizabeth
 Economic and
Social Crises: The
Witchcraft Craze
 SeventeenthCentury Crises:
Revolution and War
o The Thirty
Years’ War
(1618-1648)
Conclusion and TIMELINE
Limited Monarchy:
England and the
Emergence of
Constitutional
Monarchy
The World of
European Culture
 Revolution and Civil
War
 Art
 Restoration and a
Glorious Revolution
 Responses to
Revolution
 A Golden Age of
Literature: England
and Spain