The religious divisions during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I were between the die-hard Catholics, the radical Protestants, and the people who wanted a more strict and radical Church of England. Elizabeth herself had been raised as a Protestant.
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!
The result of what is known as the German Peasants' War was a crushing of the revolt. Tens of thousands of peasants were killed.
The deliberations of the Council of Trent.
The Council of Trent met from 1545 to 1563.
Aurangzeb was the great-grandson of Akbar. Akbar was a generous king and treated all religions equally. But Aurangzeb was a true Muslim. He revived Akbar's policies and re-imposed taxes on non-Muslims. Aurangzeb was the most cruel Mughal King while Akbar was the greatest ruler of the Mughal dynasty.
He refused to let Henry VIII have an annullment to his marriage to Catherine of Aragon.
People wanted to be able to study Christianity in their native languages.
They led people to believe that the Catholic Church was too concerned with material wealth.
Humanists rediscovered the past by studying the ideas and art of ancient European civilizations, while secularists focused on nonreligious themes.
it's style was influenced by ancient Greek and Roman sculptures
the last supper
A woman who believes she has no control over whether she gets into heaven
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The Protestant Reformation led to the creation of new faiths, while the Catholic Reformation involved changes to an existing faith.
They started a new Church: Luther's came to be named the Lutheran Church, Henry's was called the Church of England.
It allowed them to silence their political opponents.
mughal leaders began to abandon policies of religious tolerance :apex
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Renaissance ideals that deemphasized religion became more widely accepted.
It led some rulers to oppose the pope in the hopes of seizing that power for themselves.
The Renaissance began in Italian city states, where middle class citizens grew to challenge the traditional powers of feudal Europe