Week 11 - From the Reformation

Babylonian Captivity/Great Schism - Wikipedia  Biose State

Councils

Pisa (1409) - Catholic Encyclopedia

Constance (1414) - Catholic Encyclopedia

     Ferrara/Florence - Catholic Encyclopedia

“Heresies”

John Wycliffe - Wycliffe.org  English Bible History

John Huss - biographical sketch  Wikipedia  WilliamTyndale.com

Girolamo Savonarola - Catholic Encyclopedia 

 
Mysticism

Meister Eckhart – “God is not (good)” - Eckhart Society  Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Gerard Groote – Brethren of the Common Life - Arthur Broekhuysen


Popular Movements

beguines/beghards - Catholic Encyclopedia

flagellants - Wikipedia

Scholasticism - Wikipedia

Imitation of Christ

Renaissance - learner.org      Wikipedia

humanism

Erasmus of Rotterdam  Erasmus Text Project

Protestantism

The Reformation Guide
World Civilizations
Reformed Online

Erasmus - published the New Testament in Greek to aid in translation
Wikipedia
Erasmus Text Project

Martin Luther - began the Protestant Reformation with his 95 Theses
Reformation Guide
Christian History Institute
Augsburg Confession

Ulrich Zwingli - threw out the organ in his Zurich congregation
World Civilizations

Anabaptists - rejected infant baptism in favor of immersion of adult believers
The Hall of Church History
The Story of the Church

John Calvin - main force in the development of the doctrine of predestination
Biographical Sketches of Memorable Christians of the Past
Western Civilizations
Reformation Guide

Arminianism - questioned the traditional teaching about predestination
Wikipedia
Comparison of Arminianism and Calvinism

 
France

Huguenots
National Huguenot Society
Religious Movements


Catholic Reformation

Council of Trent
Catholic Encyclopedia
Hanover Historical Text Project

Jansenism
Wikipedia

Quietism
Wikipedia

England

Henry VIII - The Reformation in England was fueled primarily by the desire of Henry VIII to have a son
Britain Express

Puritans
ExLibris

Deism
Wikipedia

George Fox / Quakers
Early Quaker History

Pietists
Wikipedia

John Wesley / Methodism
Short History of Methodiam by John Wesley
Victorian Web

Scotland

Reformed Online
Great Books Online
Michigan State
From Foxe's Book of Martyrs

Great Awakening

National Humanities Center
Terry Matthews

Second Great Awakening

University of Virginia
National Humanities Center

Restoration Movement (not Protestant)

Restoration Movement      Part One       Part Two