For the purposes of this course, the Renaissance represents the beginning of modern history. It brought about a myriad of changes, economic, social, and political, from the Middle Ages. It was a time of great political, social, and economic change. However, religion probably saw the greatest change. During this time, a series of reformers began to break away from the Catholic Church, changing Christianity forever.
|Humanism||Secularism||Individualism||Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges||Star Chamber|
|Christian Humanism||In Praise of Folly||Utopia||Edict of Worms||Transubstantiation/Consubstantiation|
|Peace of Augsburg||Act of Supremacy||Book of Common Prayer||Puritans||Catholic/Counter Reformation|
|Council of Trent||St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre||Edict of Nantes||Spanish Armada||The Peasant's War of 1524|
|Erasmus||John Calvin||Martin Luther||Jesuits||Ignatius Loyola|
|Huguenots||Henry IV||Philip II||Elizabeth I||"Bloody" Mary|
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