Bishops held many offices at once, but they did not fulfill their duties even though they still collected money from the local parishes. Martin Luther was a major detractor against the abuses of the Church at this time. He was excommunicated in 1521 at the Diet of Worms by Charles V and had to state that his beliefs were wrong. After getting kicked out of the Church, Luther moved around and began to gain followers to the Protestant faith. Protestants did not believe that marriage was a sacrament.
4. What impact did World War One and World War Two have on society as a whole? How did it impact culture, music, art and how people interacted with each other? Do you agree with the often used term “Lost Generation” to describe the generation post WWI? Why or why not? (Define Lost Generation in your answer.) World War I’s impact on society saw the demise and fall of the Austria-Hungary and Russian Empires. As a result new countries were established causing communism to increase in Eastern European
Renaissance was a revival of ancient learning; new secular and scientific values that began to supplant traditional religious beliefs. Renaissance- was a time of transition from the medieval to the modern world. Medieval Europe was a fragmented feudal society but through the Renaissance it great by national consciousness and political centralization. Guelf- German and Italian political systems that split. Ghibelline- The Ghibellines contributed to the strife between the cities of northern Italy in the
as a motivating force. The similarities and difference in their setting and the common elements between them will show how the Epic of Gilgamesh took on different issues than in the story of Heracles but also show how they were similar in other elements as well to appeal to the Greek people of that time. Identification
segregated or bonded groups of people, formed or wrecked nations and pushed for countries to fall into battles or alliances. Although religion may seem like a spiritual route, it has impacted the way the 21st century works. With religion, societies had formed and so did labor and division among people, breaking the bond of unity as a whole. Throughout history, it is religion that has been the center of all dramatic changes whether it be the Crusades or the rise of empires, it has influenced the way that