Unit-3 Emergence Of The Modern World

In this unit we introduce the study of a very crucial period in human history in which the foundations of the modem world were laid.

List in about five lines some major consequences of Reformation?

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Written on Apr 15, 2019 1:35:57 PM

  • The Protestant Revolution can be said to have begun in 1517 when Martin Luther, a Monk of the Order of St. Augustine, nailed his ninety-five these or statements, attacking the sale of the indulgences, on the door of Church in Wittenberg in Germany.
  • He challenged people to come and hold disputations with him on his theses and sent copies of his theses to his friends in a number of cities.
  • Among the theses were the following: “Thus those preachers of indulgences are in error who say that, by the indulgences of the Pope, a man is loosened and saved from all punishment. They peach the man, who says the soul flies out of the purgatory as soon as the money thrown in the chest rattles.”
  • It is certain that, when the money rattles in the chest, avarice and gain may be increased, but the suffrage of the church depends on the will of God alone.
  • Christians should be taught that, as it would be the duty, so it would be the wish of the Pope, even to sell, if necessary the Basilica of St. Peter, and to give of his own money to very many of those from whom the preachers of pardons extract money.