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The protestant reformation powerpoint

The Protestant Reformation
Of the 16th Century

Background


Before the Protestant Reformation there was
considered to only be one Church, the Catholic
Church
1515 – ...

Martin Luther



Born in Germany to
Catholic Parents in
1483
He became a monk
and also a professor
at the University...

Martin Luther

95 Theses
Nailed to the Castle
Church door in
Wittenberg
Listed 95 arguments
up for debate about
Church p...

Martin Luther

Ideas of Luther
Purgatory was a false doctrine
Salvation was through faith alone
The Bible alone should b...

Diet of Worms (1521)



As ideas of Luther began to circulate Europe in
his newly published books and pamphlets,
Eur...

John Calvin



Born in France to
Catholic Parents in
1509
French theologian and
pastor
Calvin began to doubt
his Cat...

John Calvin

Calvin began to write down
his own ideas
Calvin believed Purgatory
was a lie created by the
Catholic Church...

John Calvin


1533 – Calvin is forced to flee
Paris, He was threatened by
many rulers of Europe and
Church leaders to ...

Henry XIII



Born in UK as a
Catholic in 1492
King of England
Asked for an
annulment from his
wife from the pope
due...

Church of England


Henry XIII put it into English
law that the King was the
final authority, not the Pope
Edward VI t...

Conclusion


The Protestant Reformation did not do what it
was intended to do, to have a single Church
reform. Rather,...
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    The last slide states the RCC hasn’t changed its teaching for 2,000 years. That of course is false because the church has added lots of teachings over the years and changed some.

      


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    Last slide misses the point – the true church comprises all born-again believers, regardless of denomination. A born-again believer is someone who knows and trusts Jesus Christ as lord and Saviour – as the ONLY Lord and Saviour (John 14:6). The RC church has not been true to Scripture – it's traditions and use of the Apocrypha clearly run contrary to it, e.g. the shameful indulgences, veneration of a 'sinless' Mary (Rom 6:23 counters that), purgatory, papal infallibility, etc. Incidentally, the RC church ahs not held strong to its beliefs throughout its history – do a study and you will find that it has changed repeatedly, e.g. papal infallibility, immaculate conception, doctrine of purgatory, etc.

      


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    Your last slides makes a false choice. By continuing to place the Roman Catholic church up as the true church, rather than the scripture that the prophets and apostles created, you introduce the notion that time — "held strong for 200 years" — is more important than sticking with God's promise in scripture that the Holy Spirit will be found in the Word not in man.

      


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The protestant reformation powerpoint

  1. 1.
    The Protestant Reformation
    Of the 16th Century

  2. 2.

    Background

    Before the Protestant Reformation there was
    considered to only be one Church, the Catholic
    Church
    1515 – Pope Leo X gave indulgence for those
    who funded the renovation of St. Peter's
    Basilica in Rome
    Indulgence: an act of kindness or favor that in
    return one receives a pardon from temporal
    punishments of sin (less suffering in Purgatory)
    Problem: Only the rich could afford this indulgence

  3. 3.

    Martin Luther

    Born in Germany to
    Catholic Parents in
    1483
    He became a monk
    and also a professor
    at the University of
    Wittenburg in Saxony

    October 31, 1517 : 95
    Theses

  4. 4.

    Martin Luther

    95 Theses
    Nailed to the Castle
    Church door in
    Wittenberg
    Listed 95 arguments
    up for debate about
    Church practices, most
    importantly the sale of
    indulgences

    Luther believed nothing
    could be done to save
    us on our own accord

  5. 5.

    Martin Luther

    Ideas of Luther
    Purgatory was a false doctrine
    Salvation was through faith alone
    The Bible alone should be the final authority for
    truth
    The only two Sacraments that were valid were
    Baptism and the Last Supper because they were
    the only two with Scriptural support
    The Eucharist wasn't a transformation of the bread
    and wine into the body and blood of Christ, rather it
    is just Christ who is present through it
    Such Ideas were published into books on printing
    presses by Luther to get his ideas circling faster

  6. 6.

    Diet of Worms (1521)

    As ideas of Luther began to circulate Europe in
    his newly published books and pamphlets,
    European leaders loyal to the Church and the
    pope and clergy called together a council to try
    Luther on the grounds of heresy
    The pope ordered Luther to renounce his heretical
    statements, but Luther refused to comply saying to
    do so would go against his better conscience
    Luther was forced into hiding by the help of
    Fredrick the wise

  7. 7.

    John Calvin

    Born in France to
    Catholic Parents in
    1509
    French theologian and
    pastor
    Calvin began to doubt
    his Catholic faith as he
    began to read the
    writings of Aristotle,
    Luther, and Plato

  8. 8.

    John Calvin

    Calvin began to write down
    his own ideas
    Calvin believed Purgatory
    was a lie created by the
    Catholic Church to instill
    fear on the Church during
    the Middle Ages

    Calvin believed the Old
    Testament laws still
    applied to Christians
    Calvin believed the
    Catholic Church was a
    destructive path and that a
    reformed Christianity
    would be the surest path to
    heaven

  9. 9.

    John Calvin

    1533 – Calvin is forced to flee
    Paris, He was threatened by
    many rulers of Europe and
    Church leaders to be executed
    on account of his radical ideas.
    1572- St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre

    Royal Wedding between
    Protestant and Catholic
    Huguenot (Calvinist
    Frenchmen) attempt the
    assassinate French King

    Three Days Later: French King
    attacks the Huguenots
    responsible for the attempt but
    the killing spreads on, killing
    over 100,000 French men

  10. 10.

    Henry XIII


    Born in UK as a
    Catholic in 1492
    King of England
    Asked for an
    annulment from his
    wife from the pope
    due to the fact that his
    wife couldn't produce
    an heir to the throne
    The pope denied his
    request
    Henry broke away
    from the Church

  11. 11.

    Church of England

    Henry XIII put it into English
    law that the King was the
    final authority, not the Pope
    Edward VI took over
    Henry's throne after his
    death in 1547
    Edward was a liberal
    protestant that kept
    extreme measures to keep
    Catholicism out of England
    Banned Catholic practices
    and rituals
    Priests were forced to hide
    out in Catholic homes in
    secret compartments

  12. 12.

    Conclusion

    The Protestant Reformation did not do what it
    was intended to do, to have a single Church
    reform. Rather, the Reformation caused a
    schism, a division in the Church.
    Today, there are over 30,000 denominations of
    Christianity. We are left with one big problem:
    Which one is the one Church of Jesus Christ?
    The One Catholic Church thats held strong to its
    beliefs for about 2000 years
    Or any of the other thousand denominations that
    determine doctrine by personal interpretation

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The protestant reformation powerpoint

The Protestant Reformation
Of the 16th Century

Background


Before the Protestant Reformation there was
considered to only be one Church, the Catholic
Church
1515 – ...

Martin Luther



Born in Germany to
Catholic Parents in
1483
He became a monk
and also a professor
at the University...

Martin Luther

95 Theses
Nailed to the Castle
Church door in
Wittenberg
Listed 95 arguments
up for debate about
Church p...

Martin Luther

Ideas of Luther
Purgatory was a false doctrine
Salvation was through faith alone
The Bible alone should b...

Diet of Worms (1521)



As ideas of Luther began to circulate Europe in
his newly published books and pamphlets,
Eur...

John Calvin



Born in France to
Catholic Parents in
1509
French theologian and
pastor
Calvin began to doubt
his Cat...

John Calvin

Calvin began to write down
his own ideas
Calvin believed Purgatory
was a lie created by the
Catholic Church...

John Calvin


1533 – Calvin is forced to flee
Paris, He was threatened by
many rulers of Europe and
Church leaders to ...

Henry XIII



Born in UK as a
Catholic in 1492
King of England
Asked for an
annulment from his
wife from the pope
due...

Church of England


Henry XIII put it into English
law that the King was the
final authority, not the Pope
Edward VI t...

Conclusion


The Protestant Reformation did not do what it
was intended to do, to have a single Church
reform. Rather,...
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    The last slide states the RCC hasn’t changed its teaching for 2,000 years. That of course is false because the church has added lots of teachings over the years and changed some.

      


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    Last slide misses the point – the true church comprises all born-again believers, regardless of denomination. A born-again believer is someone who knows and trusts Jesus Christ as lord and Saviour – as the ONLY Lord and Saviour (John 14:6). The RC church has not been true to Scripture – it's traditions and use of the Apocrypha clearly run contrary to it, e.g. the shameful indulgences, veneration of a 'sinless' Mary (Rom 6:23 counters that), purgatory, papal infallibility, etc. Incidentally, the RC church ahs not held strong to its beliefs throughout its history – do a study and you will find that it has changed repeatedly, e.g. papal infallibility, immaculate conception, doctrine of purgatory, etc.

      


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    Your last slides makes a false choice. By continuing to place the Roman Catholic church up as the true church, rather than the scripture that the prophets and apostles created, you introduce the notion that time — "held strong for 200 years" — is more important than sticking with God's promise in scripture that the Holy Spirit will be found in the Word not in man.

      


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The protestant reformation powerpoint

  1. 1.
    The Protestant Reformation
    Of the 16th Century

  2. 2.

    Background

    Before the Protestant Reformation there was
    considered to only be one Church, the Catholic
    Church
    1515 – Pope Leo X gave indulgence for those
    who funded the renovation of St. Peter's
    Basilica in Rome
    Indulgence: an act of kindness or favor that in
    return one receives a pardon from temporal
    punishments of sin (less suffering in Purgatory)
    Problem: Only the rich could afford this indulgence

  3. 3.

    Martin Luther

    Born in Germany to
    Catholic Parents in
    1483
    He became a monk
    and also a professor
    at the University of
    Wittenburg in Saxony

    October 31, 1517 : 95
    Theses

  4. 4.

    Martin Luther

    95 Theses
    Nailed to the Castle
    Church door in
    Wittenberg
    Listed 95 arguments
    up for debate about
    Church practices, most
    importantly the sale of
    indulgences

    Luther believed nothing
    could be done to save
    us on our own accord

  5. 5.

    Martin Luther

    Ideas of Luther
    Purgatory was a false doctrine
    Salvation was through faith alone
    The Bible alone should be the final authority for
    truth
    The only two Sacraments that were valid were
    Baptism and the Last Supper because they were
    the only two with Scriptural support
    The Eucharist wasn't a transformation of the bread
    and wine into the body and blood of Christ, rather it
    is just Christ who is present through it
    Such Ideas were published into books on printing
    presses by Luther to get his ideas circling faster

  6. 6.

    Diet of Worms (1521)

    As ideas of Luther began to circulate Europe in
    his newly published books and pamphlets,
    European leaders loyal to the Church and the
    pope and clergy called together a council to try
    Luther on the grounds of heresy
    The pope ordered Luther to renounce his heretical
    statements, but Luther refused to comply saying to
    do so would go against his better conscience
    Luther was forced into hiding by the help of
    Fredrick the wise

  7. 7.

    John Calvin

    Born in France to
    Catholic Parents in
    1509
    French theologian and
    pastor
    Calvin began to doubt
    his Catholic faith as he
    began to read the
    writings of Aristotle,
    Luther, and Plato

  8. 8.

    John Calvin

    Calvin began to write down
    his own ideas
    Calvin believed Purgatory
    was a lie created by the
    Catholic Church to instill
    fear on the Church during
    the Middle Ages

    Calvin believed the Old
    Testament laws still
    applied to Christians
    Calvin believed the
    Catholic Church was a
    destructive path and that a
    reformed Christianity
    would be the surest path to
    heaven

  9. 9.

    John Calvin

    1533 – Calvin is forced to flee
    Paris, He was threatened by
    many rulers of Europe and
    Church leaders to be executed
    on account of his radical ideas.
    1572- St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre

    Royal Wedding between
    Protestant and Catholic
    Huguenot (Calvinist
    Frenchmen) attempt the
    assassinate French King

    Three Days Later: French King
    attacks the Huguenots
    responsible for the attempt but
    the killing spreads on, killing
    over 100,000 French men

  10. 10.

    Henry XIII


    Born in UK as a
    Catholic in 1492
    King of England
    Asked for an
    annulment from his
    wife from the pope
    due to the fact that his
    wife couldn't produce
    an heir to the throne
    The pope denied his
    request
    Henry broke away
    from the Church

  11. 11.

    Church of England

    Henry XIII put it into English
    law that the King was the
    final authority, not the Pope
    Edward VI took over
    Henry's throne after his
    death in 1547
    Edward was a liberal
    protestant that kept
    extreme measures to keep
    Catholicism out of England
    Banned Catholic practices
    and rituals
    Priests were forced to hide
    out in Catholic homes in
    secret compartments

  12. 12.

    Conclusion

    The Protestant Reformation did not do what it
    was intended to do, to have a single Church
    reform. Rather, the Reformation caused a
    schism, a division in the Church.
    Today, there are over 30,000 denominations of
    Christianity. We are left with one big problem:
    Which one is the one Church of Jesus Christ?
    The One Catholic Church thats held strong to its
    beliefs for about 2000 years
    Or any of the other thousand denominations that
    determine doctrine by personal interpretation

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