2.2 the Reformation (TEACHER PRESENTATION)

5. The Time of Discoverers and Reformers
CH 2: Lesson  2.1 + 2.2.  the Reformation

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5. The Time of Discoverers and Reformers
CH 2: Lesson  2.1 + 2.2.  the Reformation

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people in this lesson
Martin Luther
Frederik of Saxony
emperor Charles V
John Calvin
Desiderius Erasmus

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Charles V

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Charles made a deal with the pope:
Charles accepted the pope as the spiritual leader of his empire
The pope granted Charles the power of a Roman emperor
(Caesar = Kaiser = Emperor)

  • HOLY: because it was Catholic. 
  • ROMAN: because Charles was as powerful as a Roman emperor
  • EMPIRE: well, because it was an empire

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Luther's actions

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The spread of protestantism
Charles V could not prevent protestantism to spread across his empire:

  1. Luther had many followers (Lutherans)in Northern Germany
  2. Calvin had many followers (Calvinists) in the Netherlands 

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The Inquisition
Charles V saw protestants as HERETICS (ketters) who needed to be STOPPED.

To do this Charles V gave more power to the INQUISITION.

The Inquisition was a special department of the Catholic Church that focused on dealing with heretics.


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The Inquisition
Inquisition comes from "inquiry" (onderzoek).

Inquisitors were special Catholic monks who dealt with finding, arresting and punishing heretics.

To punish a heretic the inquisitors did not need PROOF, but a CONFESSION. And they used TORTURE to get this confession.

After the prisoner had confessed he could be publically punished, which often meant being burned alive.

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