What reforms did Jan Hus call for?
he was angry because he was arrested
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An increase in the money supply, which would produce a rise in prices received for goods and servises and a federal loan program OR Populism
Theodore Roosevelt's program of Progressive reforms was known asthe Square Deal. His third party was called Bull Moose Party.
Great Society created a wide range of social programs that are a part of today's accepted norms like Medicare, Mecicaid and Food Stamps.
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A reformer who favors abolishing slavery is called an Abolitionist.Frederick Douglas, a former slave, William Lloyd Garrison, JohnBrown, and Harriet Tubman are among the more famous abolitionistsin American history.
because they told people what the bible really said and translated the bible. they protested against what the church was doing, and led the people to protest as well.
The Catholic Church did not view them as reformers so much as revolutionaries since they sought to enact their desires without the sanction of Church authorities and ended up not reforming but rejecting those things they found problems with. The Church considers such actions heretical and thus saw t…hem as heretics. Those that were personal responsible for these breaks are considered heresiarchs, or leaders of heresy. There were some clerics and people who strove for reform but decided to do so while staying with the Church, believing Her inviolable. Some of these reformers became saints. (MORE)
The gold standard An increase in the money supply, which would produce a risein prices received for goods and servises and a federal loanprogram OR Populism
Jan Hus was a protestant who believed in the existence of one Godthe creator of all the universe. Jan Hus was accused of heresy bythe Roman Catholic rulers.
I believe it was the Puritans. i'm with connections academy too... we have the same question .
An increase in the money supply, which would produce a rise in prices received for goods and servises and a federal loan program . -Goosinater
Wilson had so many political and social reforms. Some of theminclude the Clayton Antitrust Act, the Federal Trade Commission,and the Federal Reserve System.
The muckrakers stimulated calls for reform through exposingnegative situation. They wrote about the wretchedness of urban lifeand poverty.
Jan Hus was burned at the stake July 6th, 1415 for not recanting. go to this website for more info http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/07584b.htm
Two answers come to mind, the first being to strip away most of the authority which self proclaimed priests gave to themselves. Second to make the bible available to all citizens so that they could read it for themselves and to be inspired by the Holy Spirit which parts where of much worth to them. …A person could have been put to death if found to have a bible in their possession. To a certain extent some of the clergy still hold to these self same ideologues today. (MORE)
He was a Czech man who was against the kirk. The kirk was very bad at those old times because they wanted more and more things and that was wrong. He was punished for that and the the war began. It was the kirk against the Hussites. The war was very long. It actually was more big fights. The Hussite…s alwas won but then the kirks won the last battle because some of the Hussites fought against the good Hussites who were the bravest and best. And the Hussites lost. It was very sad. (MORE)
Because despite his important contributions to the development of Lutheran thought and practice, his close relationship with Luther himself made it inevitable that he would be overshadowed by that giant of a man.
The society that sought reform in China was known as the righteous fists of harmony
Wilson's program of political and social reform was called progessivism . Wilson's program of political and social reform was called progessivism
I once heard a radio drama about Zinzendorf, who was one of the founders of what is now called the Moravian church. a major theological division came up and something that was called Busskampf. Kampf of course means battle, struggle, conflict- but I have no idea what Busskampf meant. It has nothing …to do with motor buses , unknown in Zinzendorff"s time. The concept was almost the focal point of the radio drama, but was never satisfactorily defined. Good luck and good hunting. The Kulturkampf or Culture battle occurred between Bismarck and the Catholic church in Imperial Germany, but this is centuries later. (MORE)
because Martin Luther, generally regarded as father of the reformation, was a german catholic priest and wanted to reform the catholic church! he started this process in germany resulting in the different protestant churches we know today!
Reformers who believed in progress and wanted to work for it werecalled protestants. These are people who differed with certainideologies in Catholicism.
The Farmers Alliance was organized by states in the South. Thismovement was big during the 1870s and 1880s. They called forreforms of roads, pay, and conditions for workers.
Czar Nicholas of Russia essentially ignored the calls for reform.He believed that his dynasty would last forever. He was not correctin that assumption.
1. Government ownership of the railroads 2. An income tax that was higher for the rich than for the poor 3. A loan program that would help farmers pay off their debts 4. Political reforms such as the direct election of senators 5. A shorter workday for laborers
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The Protestant Reformation is called Protestant because it meant pro-Testimony, back to the Bible and not protest. Roman Catholic Answer Because protestant is what resulted from the "reformers" protesting the Church. Unfortunately they did not get "back to the Bible", as a matter of fact, they m…utilated the Bible by throwing whole books out of it, and mistranslating it. (MORE)
Well her is what i got from the book: Religious leaders led a war against alcohol. Alcohol abuse wascommon in the early 1800s, especially in the West and among urbanworkers. Reformers blamed alcohol for poverty, the breakup offamilies, and crime. They called for temperance, drinking little orno alc…ohol. Well there you go, so my answer is to practically stop alcoholabuse i guess. (MORE)
Oddly enough, The Reformation. Roman Catholic Answer The movement to reform the Catholic Church is called The Counter-Reformation by protestant and secular scholars, although it is better known as the Catholic Reform . 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)
They were both reformers of 15th Century Europe who sought to change the corrupt practices of the Catholic Church. Erasmus was a humanist, who wished to educate people in the classics for the purpose of gaining a greater knowledge of God. Jan Hus was a Eucharist, famously burned at the stake in 1415…. Both Erasmus and Jan Hus were important predecessors to what would eventually become the Protestant Reformation in the 16th Century. (MORE)
The Protestant Reformation . Answer . There has never been a "Roman Catholic Church", that is a slur that was invented in England after the protestant revolt from the Catholic Church. There have been many reform movements in the Church over the centuries, and there have been many movements to lea…ve the Church, you would have to be much more specific. (MORE)
From the 15th century. The Travelchannel.com states in their contest that it is the 14th century.
Of course not, he was a priest and was burned at stake after disagreeing with some practices of the Pope at the time, not to be confused with Martin Luther, who quite sometime later, upon raising some of the same questions as Hus, left the priesthood, started his protestant effort and lived a rather… long life, marrying and raising a family, and continuing his ministry. (MORE)
Precursors of the Reformation proper included the movements founded by John Wycliffe (the Lollards) in England and John Huss (the Hussites) in Bohemia during the 14th and 15th centuries. Roman Catholic Answer No, it is not possible. Be definition, the Catholic Church is the Mystical Body of Jesus …Christ. It was founded by Jesus Christ, and is led by the Holy Spirit. Jesus guaranteed that He would be with It until the end of time. He further put Peter and his successors as It's leaders (the Popes) and guaranteed that He would be with them and preserve them from error. The dictionary defines "reformation" as the state of being reformed. To reform means: 1) to improve by alteration, correction of error, or removal of defects; put into a better form or condition. 2) to abolish abuse or malpractice in: reform the government 3) to cause (a person) to give up harmful or immoral practices; persuade to adopt a better way of life. Now, given the first definition above, obviously this would be impossible, how could one improve the Body of Christ? The second definition would apply, as well as the third, to all individuals in the Church, because every single one of us is a sinner and in need of reformation our entire life long; but NOT the Church. (MORE)
Because the Protestants were "protesting" the practices of the Roman Catholic Church in the beginning. Reformation and protestation are not the same thing. Reformation seeks to change the institution in some manner. Martin Luther was both a protestant and a reformist. Protestation calls out the wron…gful practices of the dominant religious hierarchy. There is also argument that says "protestantism" are those who openly profess their faith when it could get them in trouble with local powers (be they state or the installed religion). (MORE)
Jan hus (john Huss) changed the church by asking questions about the pope in the bible. Hus began to ask questions such as "Why is there pope if it is not mentioned in the bible". For Jan Hus's heresy (ongoing questions) he was burnt at a steak.
Because abolitionists are fighting for abolitionism which is the movement to end slavery. Reformers such as Dorothea Dix were fighting for the insane who were being mistreated. So in a way abolitionists are reformers but they are fighting to end slavery.
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They were called protestants because the major religion was Puritans who were very discriminatory against other religions. They hated Protestants the most and mot of the reformers were Protestants.
Jan Hus is important to because he was a Czech forerunners and had called for a bible so it can be available people languages and had guide us young people who now are here alive the thoughts that he had in the older day's. Spell check your answer
Catholic Answer Most of the people known as "protestants" after the revolt did NOT call for reform. There were only a few, and they, for the most part, were doing it because of sin, mostly on their own part. Martin Luther, the "granddaddy" of the protestant revolt, had severe emotional problems, m…ostly due to the way he was raised, and his problems with his father. There were a few real problems in the Church at that time, but nothing worth losing your salvation over. Henry VIII was another case of a "reformer" calling for "reform" due to his own sin. In both of their cases, their primary sins were sexual, and it is not surprising that they both died from diseases that result from that. For a complete discussion of the problems involved please get "The Facts About Luther" at the link below. . Martin Luther's call to reform the Church is know as several things. Among protestants it is know as the beginning of the Protestant reformation, among Catholic historians, it is know as the protestant revolt, I think the best description would be "total disaster". Although his revolt (among other things) did spark the Counter-reformation, and the Council of Trent; it also fragmented the Body of Christ into thousands of squabbling factions, historically depriving millions of souls of the graces available through the Church, and allowing them to be brought up in error and heresy. It is a sad tragedy that the Holy Father and the Church are still trying to repair to this day. Historically, it has not lasted as long as some other heresies in history, but it has probably caused the most damage and tragedy to the most people of any heresy in history. (MORE)
The called the Costa Concordia, the ship that sank in late January, the second Titanic because it was the most devastating shipwreck since the Titanic.
INDIAN COUNCIL ACT is also the one which is called Morley Minto reforms... You can have more references in Wiki pedia
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The cast of Jan Hus - 1954 includes: Stefan Bulejko as Free-lance Rudolf Deyl as Stanislav ze Znojma Miroslav Dolezal as Aristocrat Gustav Hilmar as Jan z Chlumu Bohus Hradil as Shoemaker Josef Kemr as Jesek Frantisek Klika as Inn-keeper Eduard Kohout as Lefl z Lazan Frantisek Kreuzmann as Tiem, pop…ish comisar Stanislav Langer as Cardinal Felix Le Breux as Portreeve at Kostnice Frantisek Marek as Alderman Jaroslav Mares as Prokupek Josef Mixa as Martin Hynek Nemec as German rustic Ladislav Pesek as Miserere, zany Jan Pivec as Zikmund Luxemburk Frantisek Roland as Alderman Oldrich Vykypel as Hangman (MORE)
John wycliffe and jan hus who were they what issues did they raise against the church and what happend to them?
John believed that the church should be poor like in the days of apostles while Jan Hus condemned immorality of the clergy. They burned to death.
John Wycliffe and Jan Hus were against the church due to the divergent views on its doctrine
The issue of the freedom of the people to read the Bible in their own languages. John Wycliffe suffered stroke and died while Hus was sentenced to death.
John Hus, actively promoted Wycliffe's ideas: that people should bepermitted to read the Bible in their own language, and they shouldoppose the tyranny of the Roman church that threatened anyonepossessing a non-Latin Bible with execution. For Wycliffe the Biblewas the fundamental source of Christian…ity not the hierarchy of thechurch. These ideas were a threat to the corrupt leaders of the RomanCatholic Church who kept the scriptures from the common people. (MORE)
Puritans, because they wanted to "purify" the Church of Englandfrom the doctrinal/liturgical vestiges of the Roman CatholicChurch.