WH 15.3 Red Flag Questions

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WORLD HISTORY
 Red Flag Questions
Pages 449-454
CHAPTER 15: RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION
SECTION 3: The Protestant Reformation
1300 - 1650 AD
By the end of this section, you will be able to answer these questions:
1. What was the state of Catholicism in the 1400s?
2. How did Martin Luther challenge the Catholic Church?
3. How did Protestantism spread to other areas?
4. What were the effects of the Reformation in England?
CATHOLICISM IN THE 1400s
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Protestant Reformation
Dissatisfaction with the Church
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What were the common criticisms of the Church?
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How did Pope Leo X raise money for the construction of Saint Peter’s Basilica?
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indulgences
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What is the Catholic churches view of purgatory?
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What is nationalism and how did it change the way people thought about their relationship
to the church?
Early Reformers
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John Wycliffe
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Jan Hus
MARTIN LUTHER
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Martin Luther
The Ninety-five Theses
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What did Luther criticize in his theses?
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How do we know that Luther’s theses were not intended for the common people
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What was Luther’s intention when he posted his theses?
Luther’s Message
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What basic beliefs of the Catholic Church did Luther contradict?
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What did Luther do that made the Bible more accessible to the common person?
Reactions to Luther
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What action did Pope Leo X perform in 1520?
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What was the Edict of Worms and who handed it down?
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Where did the term Protestant come from?
THE SPREAD OF PROTESTANTISM
Ulrich Zwingli
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What was the basis of Zwingli’s church in Switzerland?
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theocracy
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What did those who opposed Zwingli charge him with?
John Calvin
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What was Calvin’s doctrine of predestination?
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What did Calvin’s church in Geneva, Switzerland look like?
Other Reformers
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John Knox
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Anabaptists
PROTESTANTISM SPREADS TO ENGLAND
A King’s Protest
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Henry VIII
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Catherine of Aragon
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annulled
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What was the “king’s great matter”?
The Reformation Parliament
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What did the Reformation Parliament declare concerning the authority of the pope?
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Anne Boleyn
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Act of Supremacy
Henry’s Heirs
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Edward the VI
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Who was Bloody Mary and how did she get her name?
Elizabeth’s Reign
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Elizabeth I