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Renaissance and Reformation

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Michelle Grinberg Final Test Renaissance and Reformation The Renaissance during the 15th Century to Beginnings of 16th developed a whole new perspectives all senses with the Revival of Greek and Roman civilization revival that establish a new way of life, that had with it the studies of classical printing and corruption of the church .The Reformation a revelatory movement in 16th Century that led to the establishment of the Protestant church and had as a leader Martin Luther .The revival of the secular and human spirit of ancient Greece and Rome, the geographical discoveries, the contact with the east as well as the scientific inventions developed during the Renaissance led Luther to the ideas of the Reformation. ...read more.


We saw this more with observing the Popes during the Renaissance as Sixtus 4th that gave committed nepotism giving work to his family in the church and we observed the bad administration of money with Julius II that ordering the painting in the Sixteen Chapel by Michelangelo in 16th Century. This paint was characterized of the Renaissance and was paid by the Pope with the money of indulgences and differences payments that the members of the church have to make in order to be saved. Pope 10 that made people pay for their families in order to be saved from the purgatory. Encouraging Luther to write his 95 theses that in which he criticized the power the Pope to empty purgatories Later on cause the excommunication of the church. ...read more.


bible as it was and set Christian religion based on what it said in the classic text instead of what the holy roman church said during the years and just taking with him 2 sacraments communion and baptism. We can conclude the Reformation and Renaissance are strongly related with some of their ideas. The Renaissance is a movement that created a new type of education art, a new way of living while reformation instituted a new church the "Protestant church" based on a lot of ideas developed during the Renaissance Without the Renaissance we would have a Reformation because it was necessary but it would not be in the same way as it was. The Renaissance in most of the aspects led to the Reformation. ...read more.

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