How did religious doctrines of protestants and Catholics in France reflect political and social divisions and rivalries?
doesnt matter. Religion has to concentrate on today. The history gives lessons for good and bad decisions, but we need to use our energie with conscience to develop our future forward.
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The French people felt the only way to stop the violent conflictsthat had arisen was to have a powerful leader. As a result, thepowers of the nobility were drastically reduced, making them allsubservient to the king, rather than on an equal basis.
Besides religious differences and the division of the Middle East after World War 1 what caused Sunni Shiite rivalries to exist?
There are several reasons for this animosity in addition to the initial conflict over Immamat (Leadership) which are below. The Colonial Borders are not in any way responsible for Sunni-Shiite conflicts since most Arab territories had both before Europeans divided them. 1) Historical Grievances: … The primary reason this division persists is that there has never been an atonement by either side for the pain and persecution that it has suffered when the other was in power over a given territory. Although, Shiites endured more persecution at the hands of Sunnis than the reverse, this is not to say that Sunnis have not endured persecution at Shiite hands. Both groups remain defiant that since they have the moral high-ground as granted from their faith, their actions in repressing the other sect, torturing its adherents, and murdering its leaders was progress towards removing the heresy. There are various acts of violence and torture visited on the Shiite Infallible Imams, the forced conversions of Sunnis to Shiites in Safavid Persia, and the conflicts between the Fatimids (Shiite) and the Seljuks (Sunni) over territory in the name of religion. 2) Ethnic Identities: In many countries, especially Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, people identify "ethnically" by their sect of religion. Therefore saying somebody is Shiite in Iraq is similar to how people view being Irish-American or Japanese-American in the United States. It marks you socially and it determines who your friends are, who you marry, what jobs you take, who you love, who you despise, etc. As a result, whenever conflict has broken out, each religious group comes together to defend its people's interests. This results in political and social hatred of the other religion in addition to any theological issues. 3) Rumors of the Other's Theology: Some Sunnis think that Shiites are deluded into believing that 'Ali was a second prophet, which would violate Mohammed being the final capstone of the Prophets, a huge theological issue. Some Shiites believe that Sunnis were paid off to accept the three Rightly-Guided Caliphs before 'Ali and that Sunni Islam was therefore corrupt and ineligible to continue the Islamic tradition. Both have alleged the other was deceived by Jews, which says more about how Muslims view Jews than each other. Of course, both of these are mis-characterizations of the actual theologies of these two sects, but the point remains that as long as these problematic rumors exist, the two sides cannot reconcile. 4) Approaches to Government: Ever since the abolition of the Caliphate in 1936, Sunni Islam has been leaderless and there has come to be an understanding that religion does not participate in actual governance. (This is not a separation of church and state since the two can cooperate closely, but this prevents direct theocracy.) Shiites, on the other hand, have religious leaders called Ayatollahs who do attempt to have terrestrial authority and in Iran have actually achieved it. (MORE)
French-German relations have been time and again tested throughout history. Ever since the 18th century, the two states have had a mutual distrust, constantly fearing an attack from one another. In the Napoleonic Wars, France (the continental European superpower at the time) invaded Prussia (what wa…s then Germany), occupying the area and eventually continuing on to Russia. Although le bleu were stopped by a bitter Russian winter, pushed out of Russia, and eventually out of Prussia, a deep-seated distrust developed between the French and the German states.. Later that century, in 1870, the cunning Prussian prime minister Bismarck engineered a unification of the German states by goading France into a declaration of war. Shocking the world, the advanced Prussians smashed the cocky French in the Franco-Prussian War. Reluctantly, France ceded the famous Alsace-Lorraine territory to Prussia.. Immediatley after the war, however, the French pledged themselves to getting back their lost territory. They developed Plan XVII, a scheme to take back Alsace-Lorraine from the hated Germans if war should ever break out. In 1882, Germany formed an alliance with Austria-Hungary. France, feeling understandly threatened from the two emerging powers to their east, formed an alliance with Russia in early 1900.. These two opposing alliances, along with the desire to create an empire and rising nationalism, led to an incredibly intriguing and costly arms race in Europe. Hundreds of battleships were built; armies were in the millions. Even Great Britain was brought out of its splendid isolationism (Britain had 49 battleships to Germany's 29 at the end of the race). The kindling was there--France wanted to exact revenge and get Alsace Lorraine back while Germany wanted an empire--it just needed a spark.. After World War I, in which the French fought gallantly and proudly (for all you French military haters) Germany ceded Alsace-Lorraine back to France in the Treaty of Versailles. The treaty was incredibly harsh on the Germans, another factor which caused the Germans to despise their western neighbor. However, despite the French victory in the Great War, Le Bleu remained wary and suspicious of a German attempt to regain the territory. The memory of France's horrific losses in WWI were still fresh in French minds, and they remained acutely aware of the fact that their population was smaller than the Germans, and thus every man lost was far more costly. This caused France to build the Maginot Line, which heightened the rivalry and distrust between the two collosi. (MORE)
In the English colonies, the Church became the most significantsocial institution. It tied together most of the colonists based onfaith, and many, if not all, of the social interaction in the earlycolonies stemmed from this connection. The political institutionarose from English common law, which wa…s often combined withreligious law as well. Initially religion in the colonies wasdefined by which church congregation a person belonged to. However,the Great Awakening changed the way religion was viewed in thecolonies from denomination to a person's personal commitment toGod. (MORE)
Discuss the political and social events of the romantic era and how it is reflected in the writings of this time?
During the Romantic Period, the Industrial Revolution was changingEurope, bringing both wealth as well as poverty. On one hand, theMiddle Class became wealthier, and rose to the level of gentry,displaying a rigid form of manners and social reactions thatmimicked those of the aristocrats. Literature …like that of JaneAusten reflects the Romantic genre. On the other hand, povertybecame more stark, and brought along other social ills such ascrime, drunkenness, immorality and child labor. These were some ofthe topics of Charles Dickens, arguably the most dominant writer ofthe period. (MORE)
What were the distinctive characteristics of the Renaissance artists How does their art reflect the political and social events of the period?
I'm not sure but are u in ap euro and I'm looking up that answer now! i can't find it!
\nIt was primarily religious, if you look in the aspect of simony, pluralism, calvinism, lay investiture, indulgences etc..dealing with the corrupt Catholic church.
religion: roman catholic social: farming families that go to church political: governer had 3 doters
Because Spain tried to keep all of Europe as Catholics but f=France wanted something different because they hated England
Renaissance literally means rebirth. During the Renaissance, peoplediscovered and rediscovered old ideas and new ones, especiallyGreco-Roman ones. The mindset of the time was that men can dowhatever they put their heart to. Renaissance art had equal parts Classical antiquity, but alsoembracing new …and contemporary scientific knowledge. The arts wereimproving. Politically, cities were often ruled by the richestfamilies. It was the best time to be an artist because everyonewanted to buy a painting. Art at the time showed wealth and class. People were divided into 3 groups: those who fight, who pray andwho work. Those who pray were on the top of the social class. Thosewho work were the peasants. (MORE)
some political divisions are linguistic some are on bases of religion and many more this creates a racial discrimination and division of the society in short the integrity will not be maintained and there will be a lack of communal harmony.
How did some of the events of the 1920s reflect national conflicts over social cultural and religious?
The amendment to the Constitution allowing women to vote was amajor social event in the 1920s. Prohibition of alcohol was anothermajor event of the 1920s.
Many branches of Protestant religions came about as a result of theReformation. The most significant of them all are Lutherans andCalvinists, but they also include lesser known Anabaptist,Moravian, and other pietistic movements.
All of the Christian Church, with the exception of Roman Catholics, and a few individuals in other denominations, regard the Assumption of the Virgin Mary as a Roman Catholic doctrine that has no basis in history or scripture, is based on flimsy evidence, and has been adopted by the Roman Church to …further elevate and revere Mary almost to the level of goddess. This is borne out in other doctrines regarding Mary that have no historical or scriptural basis, such as her continued virginal state after Christ's birth (despite his having several siblings) and the movement within the Catholic Church to make Mary 'co-redemptrix' along with Christ himself. Therefore to ask how the assuption took place is irrelevant as any answer cannot be based on fact, history, or tradition. (MORE)
SOCIAL GROUPS POLITICAL GROUPS The 'poor' Sadducees The diseased Pharisees The Sinners Scribes Tax Collectors Zealots Samaritans Essenes Farmers Romans Artisans Herodians Social Groups Ã The poor This is the lowest status you can achieve. These people have no dignity and rely on others merc…y to survive. They're economically deprived. Ã The diseased The diseased were often economically deprived due to lack of work because of society's belief that the diseased were this way because they had evil spirits inside of them. These people can vary from those with mental illnesses, paralysis, speech impairments, epilepsy, deaf, dumb and those with skin conditions. Often they contracted disease from having no money and not being able to look after their health. Ã The Sinners The unfaithful people who didn't follow Hebrew laws or didn't behave appropriately. If you were to associate with these outcasts you were looked down upon. Some examples of include- *Prostitutes *Tax collectors *Publicans (owners of bars) *Robbers *Herdsman *Gamblers *Those who didn't pay tithes to priests *Ritually unclean *uneducated, Unclean *Those who didn't observe the Sabbath day of rest. Tax Collectors Tax collectors were considered to be traitors because they not only took money off struggling people but it Ã was for the opposing threat that they gave it to. The Pharisees disliked the tax collectors very much. Ã Samaritans These people were inhabitants of Samaria. They built their own temple. Samaritan was essentially a religion. The Jews and Samaritans were very ill-at-ease with each other. Ã Farmers I could not find any information to suggest that the farmers were nothing other then what the title suggests. Ã Artisans Artisans is a Latin word which means, 'good with hands' and basically they are artists or sculptors. Political Groups Ã Sadducees these groups was rich and powerful and were a Jewish religious group who controlled the temple of Sanhedrin, the ruling Jewish council. From their ranks, Temple priests were chosen. Their power opposed their popularity with most other Jews. The others mistrusted and disliked the Sadducees however they were on friendly terms with the Romans. Ã Pharisees These men were an important religious group at the time of Jesus. The word means "separated ones". They were ordinary Jewish men who were devoted to the religion. There were some scribes and holy men amongst this group. They controlled the synagog and were described to be preoccupied with purity. Ã Scribes Sometimes referred to as 'lawyers' these people were highly educated in law which they copied and interpreted in detail. They also taught others and reproduced ancient texts. Ã Zealots The term Zealots is connected with people that believe in something so strongly they're willing to die for their belief. The Zealots at the time of Jesus were the Jews that hated the Romans. It is believed that Simon, one of Jesus' disciples had been a member of this group. Ã Herodians This group were friends and supporters of Herod Antipas. Herod Antipas was a Jewish leader, ruler of Galilee and Parea between 4BC and 39CE. Antipas was the son of 'Harold the great' who was a Jewish King. This party was not an organized group. Ã Essenes The Essenes were an extremely religious group. They lived in communities away from ordinary people. People in a normal society took some of their rules and dulled them down to be acceptable. To become an Essene you would have a 3 year probationary period. Ironically, doing a project on this at the moment. *note- the information may not be correct as I've put it together on my opinion. (MORE)
A. During this time period, people were becoming more stable. Farmers were now growing more food than they could eat them selves, which led to some people being able to quit farming, still have a steady food suply, and work on something they were skilled at (art, costruction, etc.). This led to a g…roup of people working as a group, so each people cause work in their specialty while some people continued to supply food. These different jobs created a social class, as some peoples job was more in demand. Politicaly, since societies were more stable, there could be leaders who told people what do and make sure everyone was under control. (MORE)
Why was religious toleration such an important element in enlightenment political and social thought of the New Spain?
1. The Enlightenment was an idealistic movement based on the belief that science and human reason can triumph over political and religious tyranny. An intellectual spirit that knew no national boundaries, it drew proponents from all over the world.
At first glance many people think a Catholic Protestant is a contadiction in terms. However there are Protestant (or Reformed) people and churches that identify as Catholic but not Roman Catholic . Catholic means 'universal' or 'general', so some Protestants regard themselves as catholic in the… sense of being part of the universal church of Christ. There is also an Anglican church not centred on the Archbishop of Canterbury or the Anglican Communion called the Anglican Catholic Church. The Anglican Communion itself points out that a Catholic that follows the Bishop of Rome (usually called the Pope) is a Roman Catholic where-as they identify as Anglican Catholic. To quote the Anglican Church of Ireland website: "The Church of Ireland is Catholic because it is in possession of a continuous tradition of faith and practice, based on Scripture and early traditions, enshrined in the Catholic Creeds, together with the sacraments and apostolic ministry." . Catholic Answer A Catholic Protestant remains an oxymoron as there is only one Catholic Church - by Our Blessed Lord's own definition - and a protestant, by definition, is someone whose religion is protesting the Catholic Church. Redefining terms and saying that all truth is relative helps no one, and doesn't make any sense anyway. (MORE)
They were very tight-knit communitites, almost always Christian, and Democratic (not Republican, they were anti-Republican)
The laws in place are there because of the values of a country.This is why each country has different laws.
It's not about religion. It's about the British being in Ireland. The British like it to appear as if there is a religious war going on and that they are keeping the sides separate. This is not the case. There are Catholic unionists and protestant members of the IRA. Catholics tend to be republican …leaning and protestants tend to want to remain tied to Britain however. The above answer is based solely on personal opinion & Anti British sentiment.There has ALWAYS been a religious element to the 'Troubles'.To suggest otherwise is not an objective argument.Its not however as simple as being Catholic or Protestant. If it wasnt somewhat to do with religion, there would be NO sectarian violence.Known murderers & criminals now lead the political wing of the IRA.FACT. (MORE)
The meticulously shaped hedges reflect the political atmosphere of King Louis XIV's France. The control and manipulation of nature symbolized the manner in which the absolute monarch controlled the state.
Roman Catholic answer: I'm not real sure that I understand your question, but I'll give it a shot. Probably the biggest difference between Catholic and Protestant belief is HOW one is saved. From what I understand a Protestant thinks that as long as he accepts Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and… Savior and feels saved, then everything is done. He should live his life according to that belief, but once he is "saved" it is a done deal and no matter how he lives it will not affect the outcome. If a person ends up living a horrible, sinful life after his "conversion" then a Protestant would say that he hadn't really been save. On the other hand, a Catholic believes that Jesus Christ redeemed all of us on the Cross, and that we have to work out our salvation "in fear and trembling" (to quote the Bible) and that we are only "saved" when we face God after death and are judged. This works out in our daily life as a need to be constantly converted, to renew our faith each day in prayer, to confess our sins regularly till the day of our death, to frequent the Sacraments, especially confession and Holy Communion, as these are the two Great Helps that our Blessed Savior left us to get through life, remembering all the while that the gate is narrow, and the road is hard that leads to salvation; and that without great humility none of us can hope for salvation (learn of me, for I am meek and humble of heart - Jesus). (MORE)
Why do Protestants continue to call the Catholic Church by the name Roman Catholic Church even though Catholics consider this a religious slur?
To differentiate between Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, Assyrian Church of the East one would use Roman Catholic.
Most Protestant's tend not to use imagery because they consider it idolatrous. However it wouldn't be too out of the ordinary for a Protestant to have an image of Jesus in his/her home. Catholic's tend to use statuary and images such as the Sacred Heart of Jesus, The Immaculate Heart of Mary, and… various Saints. Eastern Orthodox, and by extension Eastern Catholics, almost exclusively use Icon's (also spelled "Ikon"). (MORE)
What restrictions did protestants live under in France why did the France take only the roman catholic religion to new France.?
Protestants in France were not allowed to hold positions under the Crown or teach at universities. They could not go to any French colonies. (From 1598 to 1655, some of these restrictions were suspended.) The French only took the Roman Catholic religion to New France because it was the only one t…olerated in France. (MORE)
Answer The Presbyterian Church of England! Answer Or perhaps 95 Theses against the Catholic Church, written by Martin Luther, the founder of Lutheranism. One of the main differences between the Lutheran Church and the Roman Catholic Church lies in the doctrine of forgiveness. Lutherans b…elieve salvation and forgiveness are gifts from God that can't be earned, setting them apart from many Christian denominations. The reason Lutheranism is compared with Catholicism is that the Lutheran Church began as a reform movement within the Holy Roman Catholic Church. (MORE)
What was the religious movement that protested the abuses of the Catholic Church and what was the result?
That would be the Protestants...who became even less faithful. The actual result, on the Catholic Church's side was a renewal referred to as the Catholic Reform, which started with the Council of Trent, and resulted in a perfect flowering of the Christian religion. The result with those who left the… Church was chaos and loss of salvation. . from A Catholic Dictionary , edited by Donald Attwater, Second edition, revised 1957 . The Counter-Reformation is the name given to the Catholic movement of reform and activity which lasted for about one hundred years from the beginning of the Council of Trent (q.v., 1545), and was the belated answer to the threatening confusion and increasing attacks of the previous years. It was the work principally of the Popes St. Pius V and Gregory XIII and the Council itself in the sphere of authority, of SS. Philip Neri and Charles Borromeo in the reform of the clergy and of life, of St. Ignatius and the Jesuits in apostolic activity of St. Francis Xavier in foreign missions, and of St. Teresa in the purely contemplative life which lies behind them all. But these were not the only names nor was it a movement of a few only; the whole Church emerged from the 15th century purified and revivified. On the other hand, it was a reformation rather than a restoration; the unity of western Christendom was destroyed; the Church militant (those still on earth) led by the Company of Jesus adopted offence as the best means of defence and, though she gained as much as she lost in some sense, the Church did not recover the exercise of her former spiritual supremacy in actuality.. from Modern Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J. Doubleday & Co., Inc. Garden City, NY 1980 . A period of Catholic revival from 1522 to about 1648, better know as the Catholic Reform. It was an effort to stem the tide of Protestantism by genuine reform within the Catholic Church. There were political movements pressured by civil rules, and ecclesiastical movements carried out by churchmen in an attempt to restore genuine Catholic life by establishing new religious orders such as the Society of Jesus and restoring old orders to their original observances, such as the Carmelites under St. Teresa of Avila (1515-98). The main factors responsible for the Counter Reformation, however, were the papacy and the council of Trent (1545-63). Among church leaders St. Charles Borromeo (1538-84), Archbishop of Milan, enforced the reforms decreed by the council, and St. Francis de Sales of Geneva (1567-1622) spent his best energies in restoring genuine Catholic doctrine and piety. Among civil rulers sponsoring the needed reform were Philip II of Spain (1527-98) and Mary Tudor (1516-58), his wife, in England. Unfortunately this aspect of the reformation led to embitterment between England and Scotland, England and Spain, Poland and Sweden, and to almost two centuries of religious wars. As a result of the Counter Reformation, the Catholic Church became stronger in her institutional structure, more dedicated to the work of evangelization, and more influential in world affairs.. (MORE)
Which response by the Roman Catholic Church to the Protestant Reformation clarified the doctrines of the church?
Roman Catholic Answer The Council of Trent was called in 1545 by the Holy Father to combat protestantism and reform the discipline of the Church; it was longest and one of the most important of the general councils. It issued almost nothing new, it just restated the long time teaching of the Churc…h, in some cases putting it into specific words and giving it the infallible approval of a General Council in Communion with the Holy Father. The primary document that came out of the Council was the canons and decrees, a copy of which is at that link below. As called for by the Council, the Mass was codified, and any Mass that was not at least two centuries old was abandoned. After the Council, the Holy Father promulgated a new Catechism to be used throughout the Church, a copy of which may be viewed at the second link below. . from A Catholic Dictionary, edited by Donald Attwater, Second edition, revised 1957 Trent, The council of. The 19th ecumenical council held at Trent in the Austrian Tyrol, 1545-63, summoned for the purpose of combating Protestantism and reforming the discipline of the Church; the longest and one of the most important of all general councils. It dealt in detail with the doctrinal innovations of the Reformers and with those gross abuses which gave them an opportunity to take root. It was one of the most important events of modern history and has had lasting effect. The principal dogmatic decisions were: the confirmation of the Nicene creed; the authenticity of the Latin Vulgate and the canonicity of all books contained therein and of them only; the definition of the doctrine of Original Sin; the precision of the doctrine of Justification, condemning justification by faith alone and imputation of grace; the condemnation of thirty errors about the sacraments; the definition of the Real Presence and of Transubstantiation as its mode; the precision of the doctrine of the sacraments of Penance and Extreme Unction; the declaration that holy communion in both kinds was not necessary for lay-people and clerics not celebrating, Christ being received whole and entire under either species; the precision of doctrine concerning the sacrifice of the Mass and the sacraments of holy Orders and Matrimony; the affirmation of the doctrines of Purgatory, of the invocation of saints and the veneration of them, their relics and images, and of Indulgences. Far-reaching decrees of reformation in discipline and morals were adopted involving many alterations of canon law, e.g. the decree Tamatsi. . . . Cardinal Pole, afterwards of Canterbury, was a presiding legate at the opening. . (MORE)
The three most famous religious doctrines that came into existenceand have since evolved starting with the protestant revolt are solafide, sola gratia, and sola Scriptura: Faith alone, Grace alone,Scripture alone.
No. Answer If you mean 'catholic' with a small 'c', then yes. the word 'catholic' simply means 'universal' and so the Protestant Church is part of the universal Christian Church worldwide. If you mean 'Catholic' with a large 'C' - this usually refers to the Roman Catholic Church and, though the …Protestant Church is part of the catholic (universal) church, it is not part of the Catholic (Roman Cattholic) church as this is a separate denomination. (MORE)
this is coming straight out of give me liberty page 273 other foes of the new government, and war broke out between france and great britain. Events in France became a source of bitter conflict in America. Jefferson and his followers believed that despite its excesses the Revolution marked a histor…ic victory for the idea of popular self-government, which much be defended at all costs. American leaders feared being divided into parties "swayed by rival European powers," But the rivalry between Britain and France did much to shape early American politics. The "permanent" alliance between France and the United States, complicated the situation. (MORE)
Why was the Protestant Reformation movement created religious rivalries in Europe that carried over into exploration of the Americas?
The Protestant Reformation in Europe occurred a few years before the exploration of the New World. When Columbus returned to Spain from the West Indies telling King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella that he had discovered "India", (which after returning from a second voyage he corrected himself) it start…ed a race to claim parts of this New World. In 1620 a group known as the Pilgrims arrived in the Massechusetts Bay area at Plymouth and set up a colony based around the Church of England, which is a branch of Protestant Christianity. Of the many groups that attempted to settle the New World, one group in particular stand out: the Huguenots (non-Catholic frenchmen), was lead by the French explorer Jean Ribault to a place in present day Virginia. The Huguenots then spread out across the eastern coast of North America. In 1649 the colony of Maryland gathered its leaders, all of whom were Catholic, and discussed their fears of religious persecution by the Huguenots and set up the Act of Toleration which allowed freedom to practice one's own religion. Meanwhile, in Carolina, there was a group of colonists known as the "Goose Creek Men" because most of the early colonists settled in the Goose Creek Area. Most members of this group were Anglican. Some of their leaders were James Moore, Sr., William Rhett, and Cheif Justice Nicholas Trott. The Goose Creek Men wanted to avoid having to pay quitrent, tax on land,and to continue to trade with the Indians. They particularly wanted to keep the newer colonists-the Dissentes- from gaining power in the colony. The Huguenots entered the colony around 1680 and sided with the Anglicans. The Dissenters disenfranchised so that the Dissenters would have more power. In 1695 Governor John Archdale agreed to the request and the Huguenots lost their voting rights. Two years later the Goose Creek Men passed a law granting the Huguenots citizenship which returned their voting rights. The Huguenots then sided with the Goose Creek Men, giving the Anit- Proprietary party greater power. This later lead to the Dissenters losing power. In 1704, Governor Nathaniel Johnson called an emergency meeting of the Commons House of Assembly. The meeting commenced before the Dissenters from Colleton County could get there. The Anglican members voted to bar all Dissenters from holding office. Through the Church Act of 1704, they also established the Anglican Church as the official church of the colony. This meant that all tax money (including that which was paid by the Dissenters) would be used to fund the Anglican Church's ministers and churches. This ended religious equality among the settlers. The Dissenters looked to England to overturn the laws. The English House of Lords declinded the Church Act, calling it "repugnant to the law of England". This did not end the religious disagreement however. In 1706, the Assembly passed yet another Church Act that again established the Anglican Church, but this time it gained very few priviledges. Through the Church Act of 1706, the Dissenters also regained the right to hold office and worship freely. This restored Carolina's religious equalityand divided the colony into ten parishes. When Church Act of 1706 ended most of the tensions between the Protestants and the Catholics, it ended a conflict that had been pulled from Europe, halfway around the world, to the Americas. This was how the rivalries in Europe carried over into the exploration of the New World. (MORE)
Well, the Catholic Church itself did not really change its doctorines. The Church is incapable of changing doctrines, as they are revealed by God, and not something made up by people. Some of the people within the Catholic Church were abusing the doctorines and practices around the time of the ref…ormation. For example, some people were buying and selling indulgences, which is condemmed by the Catholic Church. Many Protestant Reformers were unhappy about these types of abuses. (MORE)
Marie of France lived in the twelve century. The protestant heresy hadn't been invented yet, she was Catholic.
In the sixteenth century when Martin Luther first led his revoltagainst the Church, it was accepted practice that everyone (saveJews) in Europe were the same religion as the prince of thatparticular country. The Peace of Westphalia tried to stop thepolitical wars by saying that if the prince of a te…rritory left theChurch, then any who wanted to remain Catholic had to leave histerritory and immigrate to a territory ruled by a Catholic prince. (MORE)
One follows the scripture and traditions of the early church and the other abandons what he/she chooses. Protestantism is in itself a heretical movement against the early church and her traditions. Essentially they both believe in the Trinity,Divinity of Christ,Atonement ect.. They however do not ag…ree on the means of how one is "saved" nor on the books in each others bibles. Many times, protestantism dillutes the truth to add credability to their claims. With a little research you will see that their notions crumble under the weight of Tradition. Im not Catholic nor do i agree 100% with them either. They atleast have Historicity to 90% of their claims. (MORE)
Why do Protestants believe in sole religious relevance of the Bible if the Bible was compiled by the Catholic Church in a specific political environment?
A: Rightly or wrongly, both Catholics and Protestants (and Orthodox) believe in the relevance of the Old Testament, which was compiled by the Jews. The New Testament was completed by around 150 CE, long before there was truly a Catholic Church, an Orthodox Church or any Protestant Church. We can n…ot separate the Catholic Church from the Orthodox Churches until the Great Schism of 1054. In fact, for most of Christian history until several centuries after Christ, the powerhouse of Christian learning was in the Orthodox east. The entire New Testament was written in Greek, the language of the Orthodox east, and most of the important early Christian scholars were from the east. If anything, Catholics and Protestants owe their debt to the Orthodox east. (MORE)
Music The Maguindanao has many types of musical instruments: the kudyapi or boat lute, the suling or bamboo flutes, the kubing or jew's harp, bamboo zithers and bamboo scrapers, the most important, the kulintangan ensemble. The kulintang is arranged horizontally from largest to (lowest in… pitch) to the smallest (highest in pitch), and laid over an antangan (wooden frame). These are played by striking the knob of the gongs with a pair of basal (light wooden sticks). The agong, played exclusively by men, is a large kettle - shaped gong. The agong is also used to announce an emergency to mark the time of day. Moreover, the sound of agong is believed to possess supernatural powers. Dance The Maguindanao dance is a part of various ritual dance performances. These rituals include several forms of movements: leaping, prancing, mock attacks, singing, yelling, poetic incantations, and carrying a tray of embers. One of the most important Maguindanao ritual dance performances is the sagayan, a warrior dance depicting the exploits of bantugan , a mythological hero-prince (Orosa- Goquingco 1980:178). (MORE)
The election reflected the social changes of the 1920s because theprosperity was taken credit by republicans so the citizens electedHoover (republican) to make that prosperity last, which actuallyended only a year later with the great depression.
Political and religious ideals have long provided inspiration for social reform. The campaign against slavery in Britain was spearheaded by religious groups such as the Quakers, who saw slavery as abhorrent.
The belief that is the basis for Catholic social doctrine is the teaching of Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, who came to earth to show and explain both God's love for humanity, and the plan that He has for humanity. This plan is rooted in the great commandments: that of love of God, and love of neig…hbor. Indeed the only way in which we can love God as human beings is to love our neighbor. . In revealing His love for us, He revealed the Trinitarian love, a simple way to approach this is to realize that as the Father sees the Son, He loves Him, and as the Son looks back to the Father, He loves Him, and this Love between Them is so real, that it is yet another eternal Person: the Holy Spirit. On this Love that makes up God, the entire teaching of the Church is based. For more information read the Compendium at the link below. (MORE)
That depends on whom you are talking about, for instance in the sixteenth century in the Holy Roman Empire, it was the other way around, the Peace of Westphalia legislated that whatever religion the ruler was, all the people had to be of the same religion. If you are talking about the political prob…lems in Ireland, that was not really a conflict between protestants and Catholics so much as a conflict between native Irish (who all happened to be Catholic) and the invading and conquering English (who all happened to be protestant.) (MORE)
How did evangelical Protestant change their doctrines to appeal to new social conditions in the early decades of the nineteenth century?
The evangelical protestants did change their doctrines to suit theoppressed in the society that helped them appeal to the new socialconditions in the early 19th century.
The Catholic Church was early on split into two segments. Onesegment was based in Rome, Italy, and was called the Roman CatholicChurch. The other segment was based in Byzantium, Greece, which hadreplaced Rome as the Romans' capital. It was called the ByzantineCatholic Church, but is better known no…w as Greek Orthodox, RussianOrthodox, and so forth. Byzantium is now called Istanbul (ISS-tan-bool) (MORE)
What are the doctrines of the roman catholic eastern orthodox and protestant churches are all based on?
The teaching and example of the life of Christ as recorded in theNew testament of the Bible as filtered by the convocation ofNicene.
The disputes that developed over land in the colonies, control ofthe fur trade in the colonies and over the balance of power inEurope.
Catholics created religious art while Protestants created art depicting everyday scenes. Which issue did Catholics and Protestants disagree about that led to their radically different art?
There were many issues that the protestants and Catholics disagreedabout. Catholic art responded to the reformation by depicting the issuesthat were being challenged. So in Catholic art you will find thevirgin Mary or art depicting the dogma of the immaculate conceptionor saints eg Saint Catherine …being welcomed into heaven. In general Protestant art tended to avoid: grandiose images ofJesus or the Virgin Mary; big set-piece scenes from the Bible (likethe Passion of Christ); images of the Saints; and, in particular,depictions of the Popes and other senior clergy. Instead,Protestant art focused on humble depictions of biblical scenes andmoralistic depictions of contemporary everyday life. (MORE)
Slavery was themajor issue in the 1860 election. The Republican Party platformpromised not to interfere with slavery in the states, but opposedthe further extension of slavery into the territories. RepublicanParty candidate Abraham Lincoln won the 1860 presidential electiondefeating John Breckinridg…e, John Bell and Stephen Douglas. AbrahamLincoln received 180 electoral votes from 18 of the 33 states.Abraham Lincoln did not receive electoral votes from anysouthern state. Lincoln was not on the ballot in Alabama, Arkansas,Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, SouthCarolina, Tennessee and Texas. South Carolina, Mississippi,Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas declared itssecession from the United States following the November 1860election of Republican candidate Abraham Lincoln to the U.S.presidency. The Civil War began with the Confederate attack uponFort Sumter on April 12, 1861, a Union fort in the harbor ofCharleston, South Carolina. After the Civil War began in April,Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina also declaredtheir secession and joined the Confederacy. (MORE)
It led some rulers to oppose the pope in the hopes of seizingthat power for themselves..