CONSEQUENCES OF THE LUTHERAN REFORMATION 3

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NEW ORDERS (AQA pg 32)
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LUTHER'S IDEAS
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THE URSULINES 1535
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Plant Structure and Photosynthesis
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Část 8.
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CONSEQUENCES OF THE LUTHERAN REFORMATION 2
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THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE LUTHERAN REFORMATION
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THE OUTCOME OF THE INDULGENCE CONTROVERSY & LUTHER'S PROTEST
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FACTORS LEADING TO (CATHOLIC) REFORMATION - The condition of the Catholic Church in the early C16th
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LUTHER'S PROTEST (1517-21)
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CONSEQUENCES OF THE LUTHERAN REFORMATION 3
1 COLLAPSE AND COMPROMISE, 1547-55
1.1 Charles triumph was short lived
1.2 In 1548, Charles forced the Diet of Augsburg to accept the new statement of faith; The interim
1.2.1 Allowed communion of both kinds & clerical marriage
1.2.2 Confirmed Catholic teachings
1.2.3 Protestant leaders condemned it
1.2.4 Pope Paul condemned some of the small concessions (compromises made)
1.3 Ferdinand withdrew his support when Charles tried to have his son, Philip recognised as a empire ruler
1.4 Catholic princes were afraid Charles would assert his authority over them
1.5 1550 the Baltic princes formed a 2nd League of Torgau to defend their rights & the Lutheran faith
1.5.1 Maurice had not recieved everything he was promised by Charles so switched sides & supported the League in 1551
1.5.1.1 Maurice then changed sides when he heard that Charles was buying off the Princes
1.5.1.1.1 Maurice had not enough troops to break with Henry II, he reached an agreement with Charles V at the Treaty of Passau in August 1552 (Lutheran princes allowed worship till the next Diet & John Fredrick & Philip of Hesse released)
1.5.1.1.1.1 Maurice is an important factor for the survival of Lutheranism
1.5.2 Enemies joined against Charles V & the Pope & his brother stood aside, he could only rely on spanish taxation for money
2 PEACE AT AUGSBURG 1555
2.1 Left Ferdinand to negotiate a compromise - Charles did not attend
2.2 Charles V abdicated in 1556
2.3 Catholics & Protestants to be equally represented at the Imperial Council
2.4 All property of the Church taken over before 1552 was to remain protestant - NO FURTHER SECULARISATIONS
2.5 Secular princes (not bound by a religious rule) should decide on the religion of the people in their territory
2.5.1 People allowed to move freely from state to state to choose their religion
2.6 Showed Lutheranism could not be crushed by force
2.7 Marked the failure of Charles V - unity of Christian Europe had been destroyed
2.8 Peace did not allow worship of other religion (calvinism)

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