Luther and the Zwickau prophets p2

Luther and the Zwickau prophets p2

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  • In 1524, the Zwickau prophets were expelled from Wittenberg. Carlstadt was dismissed from the University of Wittenberg, and he left the town off his volition.
  • I need to go to a smaller, rural town. Then it will be easier for me to implement the reforms I wish
  • If I've been dismissed from the university, there is no point in me staying
  • I suppose I could accept meat-eating on Friday... too many monks and nuns are married for me to change THAT rule... the Eucharist can stay in both kinds...
  • Change needs to be slow. Authorities need to implement it in an orderly fashion
  • In the 1520s, Luther started creating means by which ordinary people can learn. He also accepted some new changes
  • I need to make sure it's clear that my approach to change is conservative
  • When he left Wittenberg, he took over the pastoral duties at a small rural church in Thuringa
  • With Luther away, he and Zwilling took control of Wittenberg, where he was desperate to implement the reforms, specifically reforms of mass, religious and social life
  • Proposed setting up a 'poor relief fund' to implement Jesus' teachings on charity - radical social reform
  • Luther really did not like me stripping the altar AND removing all the images. oh well
  • No more baptising for infants!
  • It was so unfair for Luther to rebuke me. How dare he suggest that reformers move slowly. 
  • One of the first priests in Wittenberg to marry... nice!
  • The Turks will invade, unmarried priests will be slain, the end of the world is near
  • They announced the direct revelations from God in Wittenberg, and denounced Luther for excessive caution. 
  • They had a reputation for extremism, and they came from the town Zwickau, in Saxony
  • All should be baptised as adults, like Jesus was
  • Together with Carlstadt, they wanted to speed up the Reformation and put it into practise. 
  • He led the iconoclasm (burning of holy statues, images, paintings, books). he preached so strongly in the neighbouring village (Eilenberg) against the clergy that the listeners stormed the parsonage. 
  • Secular clothing is much more comfortable
  • Augustinian preacher
  • We should denounce the Mass, and make the monks denounce their vows
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