Part 2: Lutheranism 6-12
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The church used church teachings as a guide while Lutherans used the Bible as their only source for truth; in addition, Lutherans believed that salvation was by faith alone.
Lutheran services were spoken in vernacular that helped everyone understand better than latin; they also had vocations (callings) to serve god.
Lutheranism as a new religion impacted peasants to end serfdom; a revolt began in 1525 that made the princes end the uprising and social chaos by killing thousands of people.
Huldrych Zwingi was a swiss priest who led the Protestant movement in switzerland; he believed in salvation by faith and disagreed with the church, purgatory, and indulgences. He wanted to break from catholic traditions a create church run states called theocracy.
John Calvin created a reform group in the swiss city of Geneva; but before that he had an education and formed his own Protestant theology. He also published his theology called "the institutes of the christian religion."
Calvin's theology was about god deciding one's fate, called predestination. He also created a church council of 12 elders that worked with the consistory to insure that citizens were following the church rules and to debate upon citizens daily lives. A new religious branch formed, Calvist Church + Calvinism.
Religious communities with beliefs in god
Harsh Punishments for anyone that disobeyed the laws
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