Table of Contents
- 1 How were the ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation spread?
- 2 How did Renaissance ideals influence the Reformation and what were some of its effects?
- 3 How did Reformation ideas spread?
- 4 How did the Renaissance and Reformation expand cultural interaction both within Europe and outside of it?
- 5 What was the difference between the Renaissance and the Reformation?
- 6 How did the Renaissance change the world for the better?
- 7 What did the Renaissance do to the church?
How were the ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation spread?
The invention of the printing press allowed books and pamphlets to be made faster and more cheaply. This new technology helped spread the revolutionary ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation.
How did Renaissance ideals influence the Reformation and what were some of its effects?
The Renaissance also encouraged people to question received wisdom and offered the possibility of change, which was unthinkable in the middle ages. This encouraged the reformers to tackle abuses in the Church, which ultimately led to the schism and the end of Christendom’s old idea.
How did the ideas and technology of the Renaissance lead to the Protestant Reformation?
In addition, the Renaissance involved ideas of humanism, centered on the concerns of humans, and away from religion. These ideas, which surfaced in art, also weakened the hold of the Roman Catholic church on society and led people to question authority, part of what caused the Protestant Reformation.
How did Reformation ideas spread?
Luther may have sparked a revolution, but there were others involved in its spread. Johannes Reuchlin encouraged the study of Hebrew and Greek to allow people to read the Bible in its original languages. In Switzerland, Huldrych Zwingli, who held very similar views to Luther, helped spread the Reformation.
How did the Renaissance and Reformation expand cultural interaction both within Europe and outside of it?
The Renaissance and reformation expanded cultural interaction in and out of Europe by both Italian artists inspired northern artists and writers (when they were uprooted) through trade. Open new ideas/thoughts, Europe had to be stable/at peace (less money spent to warfare).
How did the Reformation and the Counter Reformation spread religious ideas throughout the world?
Various aspects of doctrine, ecclesiastical structures, new religious orders, and Catholic spirituality were clarified or refined, and Catholic piety was revived in many places. Additionally, Catholicism achieved a global reach through the many missionary endeavours that were initiated during the Counter-Reformation.
What was the difference between the Renaissance and the Reformation?
* Reformation was the Northern European Christian movement. * Renaissance paved the way for the advancement in art and architecture. * Reformation paved the way for religious fragmentation, Protestantism was established. The Renaissance was a cultural movement.
How did the Renaissance change the world for the better?
Renaissance helped Reformation in other ways also. The international relations and trade increased as a result of Renaissance. People of different-parts of the globe came in close contact which broadened their mind and outlook. Renaissance prepared the field for the rise and development of nationality and reasonability in their mind.
Why was the Enlightenment an extension of the Renaissance?
The Enlightenment was an extension of many of the ideas of the Renaissance and Reformation. The first element of this is religious. The Reformation and the rise of Protestantism broke the stranglehold of the Roman Catholic Church on Europe.
What did the Renaissance do to the church?
Renaissance prepared the field for the rise and development of nationality and reasonability in their mind. They refused to be guided by orthodox religion and dictates of church. Simultaneously, the Reformation Movement removed the unreligious stigma (at least partially) from the body of Christianity.