Modern World History - EP
Reign of Elizabeth IIn these years, England was restored to Protestantism and a stable church of england was established with its own principle beliefs.
Italian WarsKing Charles VII of France invaded Italy, creating a series of wars fought between France and Spain over control of the Italian Peninsula. helped expose Europe the Italian Renaissance
Martin Luther Writes 95 ThesesMartin Luther writes up points coming from the people that he believed the church and pope needed to change/fix about religion and injustictice of power in the church.
Peasant’s Warpeasants at unrest due to high taxes, lack of power ,and freedom. peasants stormed castles and monasteries, Luther doesn't help.
Act of Supremacy in EnglandDeclared Elizebeth supreme governor of the church and requires anyone taking a church office position to take an oath of supremacy and loyalty to the church.
John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religiona book to summarize protestant theology that expressed ideas of God and salvation
Jesuit order foundedThe society of Jesus were members of the popes following (Jesuits). they founded schools throughout Europe and taught classical studies and theology. their goal was to convert non-Christians to Catholicism.
Start of Roman Inquisitiona Church court called the Roman Inquisition to fight Protestantism. its main goal being to impose religious uniformity by using very harsh methods.
Council of Trenta meeting of Roman Catholic leaders, formed and brought together by the Pope Paul III to criticize doctrines made by the Protestant reformers.
Peace of augsburgofficially cut ties between lutheranism and catholicism in Germany and ended the religious struggle between the two groups allowing them to peacefully coexist.
Scotland becomes Calvinista Scottish preacher named John Knox introduced calvinism to scottland. his followers were called Presbyterians. by 1560s, Protestants made Calvinism Scotland’s official religion.
St. Bartholomew’s Day MassacreCatholic mobs angrily hunt for Protestants and murder them. The massacres six months and 12,000 Huguenots were killed
Edict of NantesHenry IV grants that Protestants could live in peace in France and worship however and wherever they wanted in some French cities.