Bundle of 5 - The Protestant Reformation - Key Figures of the Reformation

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This is a bundle of 5 highly animated, power point presentations on the Protestant Reformation and the Four of the Key Figures of the Reformation. All 5 presentations together number 101 slides. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change them to fit your individual needs.

In the early 16th century western and central Europe followed the Latin Church headed by the Pope. While religion permeated the lives of everyone in Europe there was widespread dissatisfaction with many aspects of the church due to its bloated bureaucracy, perceived arrogance, avarice and abuses of power.

There was also widespread agreement that the church needed to be reformed, to restore it to a purer and more accurate form. While the church was certainly vulnerable to change, there was little agreement on what should be done. A massively fragmented reform movement, with attempts from the Pope at the top to priests at the bottom, was ongoing, but attacks tended to focus on only one aspect at a time, not the whole church and the local nature led only to local success. The main bar to change was the belief that the church still offered the only route to salvation.

What was needed for mass change was a theologian/argument which could convince a mass of both people and priests that they did not need the established church to save them, allowing reform to run unchecked by previous loyalties. Martin Luther presented just such a challenge.

Power point #1 is entitled, The Protestant Reformation and contains 19 slides and covers the following:

Pre-Reformation Latin Church
Failed Reform Movements
Luther & The German Reformation
Zwingli & The Swiss Reformation
Reformation Changes
Reformation Embraced
Why Did it Catch On?
Shedding of Blood
Reform Argument
Second Reformation
Aftermath
Martin Luther
Phillip Melanchthon
Luther & Melanchthon
John Calvin
Huldrych Zwingli
End of Presentation

Born in Germany in 1483, theologian Martin Luther forever changed Christianity when he began the Protestant Reformation in 16th century Europe. He called into question some of the basic tenets of Roman Catholicism, and his followers soon split from the Roman Catholic Church to begin the Protestant tradition.

Martin Luther is one of the most influential and controversial figures in the Reformation movement. His actions fractured the Roman Catholic Church into new sects of Christianity and set in motion reform within the Church.

A prominent theologian, his desire for people to feel closer to God led him to translate the Bible into the language of the people, radically changing the relationship between church leaders and their followers.

Power point #2 is entitled, The Protestant Reformation - Key Figures - Martin Luther and contains 17 slides and covers the following:

Introduction
Early Life
Conversion Experience
Spiritual Turmoil
Spiritual Enlightenment
Reformation Set in Motion
Ninety-Five Theses
Ordered to Recant
Letter of Excommunication
Excommunication
Hiding in Wartburg Castle
Peasant Revolt
Later Years
Legacy
End of Presentation

Huldrych Zwingli, is considered the most important reformer in the Swiss Protestant Reformation and the only major reformer of the 16th century whose movement did not evolve into a church. Like Martin Luther, he accepted the supreme authority of the Scriptures, but he applied it more rigorously and comprehensively to all doctrines and practices.

The later preoccupation of Zwingli with ecclesiastical politics should not obscure his true contribution to faith and order. He accepted the supreme authority of the Scripture, and he applied it rigorously to all doctrines and practices. He laid influential stress on the divine sovereignty, though this was tempered by a milder view of original sin and a wide hope of salvation.

His rejection of the sacraments as means of obtaining grace and as forms of intervention between the soul and God underlay the deepened conception of other Reformation leaders such as Bullinger, Pietro Martire Vermigli, and John Calvin.

Power point #3 is entitled, The Protestant Reformation - Key Figures - Huldrych Zwingli and contains 26 slides and covers the following:

Introduction
Early Life & Career
Pastor & Theologian
Chaplain & Opposition
Beginnings of Reformation
Family Illness & Death
Swiss Reformation
Zurich Reformation
Second Disputation
Writings
Reformation Spreads
Zwingli’s Theses
Controversies
Imprisonment of Leaders
Zwingli & Luther
Relationship with Luther
Reconciliation Attempt
Diet of Augsburg
Foresters Attack Zurich
Death of Zwingli
Legacy
End of Presentation

Born in France in 1509, theologian/ecclesiastical statesman John Calvin was Martin Luther's successor as the preeminent Protestant theologian. Calvin made a powerful impact on the fundamental doctrines of Protestantism, and is widely credited as the most important figure in the second generation of the Protestant Reformation.

Calvin's religious teachings emphasized the sovereignty of the scriptures and divine predestination—a doctrine holding that God chooses a select few to enter Heaven, regardless of their good works or their faith. To continue the Reformation beyond Geneva, Calvinist missionaries traveled to France, the Netherlands, and Germany.

John Knox, one of Calvin's admirers, brought Calvinism to Scotland, where the Presbyterian Church has its roots. George Whitefield, one of the leaders of the Methodist movement, was also a follower of Calvin. Whitefield took the Calvinist message to the American colonies and became the most influential traveling preacher of his time.

Power point #4 is entitled, The Protestant Reformation - Key Figures - John Calvin and contains 15 slides and covers the following:

Introduction
Background
Luther’s Successor
Predestination
Eternal Security
Protestant Leader
Calvin in Geneva
Center of Protestantism
“Impiety” Punished
Calvin’s Church Model
Death & Legacy
Calvin’s Legacy
End of Presentation

Philipp Melanchthon, was the German author of the Augsburg Confession of the Lutheran Church. A humanist, reformer, theologian, and educator, he was a friend of Martin Luther and defended his views.

In 1521, Melanchthon published the Loci communes, the first systematic treatment of the new Wittenberg theology developed by Luther. Because of his academic expertise, he was asked to help in founding schools, and he played an important role in reforming public schools in Germany.

Power point #5 is entitled, The Protestant Reformation - Key Figures - Philipp Melanchthon and contains 25 slides and covers the following:

Introduction
Early Life
Education
Professor
Friendship with Luther
Family
“Loci Communes Rerum” (2)
Defending Luther
First Public School System
Educational Reformer
The Augsburg Confession
Defending Lutheranism
Diet of Augsburg
Defending Lutheranism
Diet of Augsburg
Augsburg Interim
Stand on the Interim
Theology
God’s Gift of Salvation
Good Works
Faith & Works
End of Presentation

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