Why did the Protestant Reformation Happen?

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Why did the Protestant Reformation Happen?
♦ The Protestant Reformation is widely known for Martin Luther’s publication of his “95 Theses” or “Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences” and marks the second schism of sorts for the Catholic church. In reality, the reformation of western Christianity was long in the making, and Martin Luther was not its only leader…
While many view the start of the Protestant Reformation as having been in 1517 following the publication of Martin Luther’s theses, the actual date of its beginning is somewhat unclear. There were essentially three main reformation movements; one in Germany, one in England, and one in Switzerland - with all of them occurring around the same time in the 16th century.
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@schwarzer0se463
@schwarzer0se463 3 жыл бұрын
Fun fact: The german dialect used in Luthers bible translation became the standard german we know today, because everybody had to learn it in order to read the Bible (and everybody had a bible at home).
@MDE1992
@MDE1992 3 жыл бұрын
If the Northern German Dialects had always been included in this official German language, Dutch and German would have been even a lot more similar.
@micahistory
@micahistory 3 жыл бұрын
only protestants did, the catholics banned people from reading their own bible until very recently but yeah that is correct
@Notmyname1593
@Notmyname1593 3 жыл бұрын
About the same in Estonia and wouldn`t be surprised if Skandinavia as well.
@yonathanrakau1783
@yonathanrakau1783 3 жыл бұрын
@@micahistory i dont think its banned from reading it, its just not really accessible to the people since creating bible was somewhat expensive before printing press and the bible also in latin so no peasant able to understand much i mean charlemagne did mass produce bible with no harm back in the days
@micahistory
@micahistory 3 жыл бұрын
@@yonathanrakau1783 true
@HistoryOfRevolutions
@HistoryOfRevolutions 3 жыл бұрын
Blaise Pascal once wrote: "There are only two kinds of men: the righteous who think they are sinners and the sinners who think they are righteous"
@istvansipos9940
@istvansipos9940 3 жыл бұрын
and that's wrong. Because sin does not exist. Sin is just a political concept used to judge people who commit(ted) no crime
@Ahmad-nf9ez
@Ahmad-nf9ez 3 жыл бұрын
@@istvansipos9940 so you don't believe in morality? No right and wrong? So it is not sin to kill? To rape?
@istvansipos9940
@istvansipos9940 3 жыл бұрын
@@Ahmad-nf9ez it is bad, very bad, immoral to rape some1. thus, humans agreed to make rape a crime. can you define sin for me? because the concept of a crime is clear.
@JamesAsp
@JamesAsp 3 жыл бұрын
@@istvansipos9940 Sin literally means "to miss the mark" and are a way of describing when something is not going fully as it was meant.
@istvansipos9940
@istvansipos9940 3 жыл бұрын
@@JamesAsp that's very non-biblical. I don't mind that at all. But the "missing the mark" part is very vague. A girl likes me, I don't realize it (because I am 14 in this story), then I realize it too late. Was this a sin then? It sure was a waste. More importantly, then homosexuality (usually considered a "sin") is not a sin. F.e. 2 men do NOT miss the mark, and then they love eachother exactly as they meant to love eachother.
@UnclePengy
@UnclePengy Жыл бұрын
The reformation was beginning before Luther or Calvin came on the scene. Both the Waldensians (c. 1173) originating in Lyons and the Hussites in Bohemia (c. 1415) preceded them. The Hussites fought a war against Catholics and ended up winning that fight, and practiced their own faith in the Czech region for a couple of hundred years, until the Thirty Years War rolled through (now they are known as the Moravian church).
@eugenepiurkowski5439
@eugenepiurkowski5439 3 ай бұрын
They did not reform the Catholic Church, they actually revolted against it. The result of this revolt is that the Catholics decided to reform their church. Something was lost in the translation.
@ShirleyAnnPetrillo-oj7sc
@ShirleyAnnPetrillo-oj7sc Ай бұрын
Waldensians and Hussites + Cathars and Lollards + Others
@jeffking4176
@jeffking4176 18 күн бұрын
True. The fact is, that some form of “reformation “ had been going on, in some place, paralleling the entire “Catholic “ church, But, there were also outright heretics as well.
@TheJoeschmoe777
@TheJoeschmoe777 11 күн бұрын
Not to mention Jan Huss in the previous century and William of Ockham before him, both of whom opposed papal infallibility and held the scriptures in very high regard.
@UnclePengy
@UnclePengy 11 күн бұрын
@@TheJoeschmoe777 I actually did mention Hus, since that's where the Hussites got their name. :)
@guywillson1549
@guywillson1549 Жыл бұрын
You need to add! The Reformation began before Luther was a twinkle in his mother's eye. John Wycliffe was 150 years before Luther and a few hundred Bibles were hand written by volunteer scribes, some of which survive to this day. Wycliffe taught at Oxford and had the patronage of John of Gaunt. He also taught some Bohemians the Word of God and they later became the Hussites. He had his own movement in England too. The Lollards. Wycliffe was called "The Morning Star of the Reformation"
@Saxondog
@Saxondog Жыл бұрын
Yes, I seem to remember Wycliffe being spoken about in my history lessons at school. The American commentators always seem to miss things out on English history. Maybe they ought to stick to their own.
@guywillson1549
@guywillson1549 Жыл бұрын
@@Saxondog indeed so. It has struck me as odd that usually, to attain entry to university one needs to demonstrate that the applicant has the ability to study and seek out sources of information that will critique or confirm what they are being taught in lectures. If this is maintained, well and good. Otherwise universities and colleges are becoming sources of indoctrination. Bias against England may have its roots in two sources in the USA. Firstly the Revolutionary War (of Independence) and the War of 1812 (mainly naval) added to the culture of Irish immigrants carrying their bitterness from the ill treatment of Irish people by English and local landlords in the 19th Century during the Potato Blight. However, truth should never be a casualty of proper learning. This only occurs when the hearers have permitted themselves to search their own consciences in favour of a 'feel good' factor. A classic inclination of young people. Thought. Sophomore is derived from 2 words in Greek sophos and mores (check the spelling) meaning 'wise' and 'fool' Of course a conscientious faculty will not take advantage of this in pursuit of their own agenda. Students will then become aware of truthful information such as Reformation history and not find satisfaction in viewing it through political spectacles, be they nationalist or Marxist.
@jerrymichaelgreen2675
@jerrymichaelgreen2675 Жыл бұрын
Luther had the benefits of the printing press
@guywillson1549
@guywillson1549 Жыл бұрын
@@jerrymichaelgreen2675 he certainly did as did Tyndale but Roman Catholic power was immense. The Pope declared that any translation was an act of heresy punishable by burning. Something supported by Thomas Aquinas and even as 385 by Augustine of Hippo (torture rather than burning). Wycliffe handwrote many copies before he died in 1688.
@jerrymichaelgreen2675
@jerrymichaelgreen2675 Жыл бұрын
Now we have smart phones and solar generators. Especially primitive societies. Everybody is online The remotest and most primitive. FYI. Have you seen the abundance of abnormal pheomemen documented online. Clergy and Phds debate reality. While archeology and the 74 different independent national space programs. Provide photos, Some mytheducated doubt the space program. The Bible what we know of it, written before Rome, doesn't support Vatican rules. A contrast of interest. It's understood Luther couldn't afford the indulgance tax. As a result we have liberty.
@SupremeLeaderKimJong-un
@SupremeLeaderKimJong-un 3 жыл бұрын
Fun fact: Historically Pyongyang was called the Jerusalem of the East because it once had a big Christian presence, more specifically Protestant
@phillip_iv_planetking6354
@phillip_iv_planetking6354 3 жыл бұрын
But Protestants have nothing to do with Jerusalem. Protestantism is a Jewish/Turk concoction.
@names1842
@names1842 3 жыл бұрын
I love you kimmy thank you for all you’ve given to me 🙇‍♂️
@saadshoaib901
@saadshoaib901 3 жыл бұрын
@@phillip_iv_planetking6354 why u putting the turks here? they we're allies of the French Catholics during this time dummy
@phillip_iv_planetking6354
@phillip_iv_planetking6354 3 жыл бұрын
@@saadshoaib901 So? And the French were enemies of the Counter Reformation. They fought against Spain/Catholics during the Reformation LOL. All the while Martin Luther who was financed and made a fool by Jews/Turks the Ottoman Empire kept growing. All Martin Luther did was cause mass destruction on a global level. And divided Christendom forever.
@saadshoaib901
@saadshoaib901 3 жыл бұрын
@@phillip_iv_planetking6354 Christendom was deemed to divide the bible wasn't accessible to the public literary rates we're deemed to go higher one time or another it was a time bomb think about it
@theressamurphy2996
@theressamurphy2996 2 жыл бұрын
My ancestors were crucified for their religious beliefs. They were Protestants from Bavaria, Germany. My family sailed to the east coast in the early 1600's of America and settled in Virginia
@geeljire9247
@geeljire9247 Жыл бұрын
Crucified? in medieval Europe? are you sure, that form of death penalty ceased to exist in Christendom after Emperor Constantine banned it to honour Jesus.
@USA6160
@USA6160 Жыл бұрын
Check out Derek Prince
@pauladavis7400
@pauladavis7400 Жыл бұрын
My family history is as yours they were known as Melungeons...mixed races before slavery.
@srta.catrinabrowningyguerr6946
@srta.catrinabrowningyguerr6946 Жыл бұрын
My ancestors were French Calvinists, and they fled to America. They settled in Virginia too.
@miguelz8721
@miguelz8721 Жыл бұрын
God Bless your ancestors !
@someguyfromarcticfreezer6854
@someguyfromarcticfreezer6854 Жыл бұрын
As a Lutheranian I have at least two Bibles in my house, my grand parents (that I have inherit) and modern bible (new paper, more robust), and it is written in my language.
@breabanm
@breabanm 3 жыл бұрын
I believe a very important detail was left out. Namely the local counts and princes in Germany were supposed to pay heavy dues to the Catholic Church (also because St. Peters was being built at the time) and they were very annoyed about this. Luther gave them the perfect excuse to stick it to the Pope, so when Luther kickstarted the Reform and defied the church, the local princes and counts gave him protection from the church with the very nice side effect of not having to pay the hefty dues anymore. Of course this led to war at some point so... I guess we all must live with our choices.
@jasonbourne9819
@jasonbourne9819 2 жыл бұрын
The leaders paid their dues because of the fear of being excommunicated, ie condemned to hell for eternity, after death of course.
@Libertyjack1
@Libertyjack1 2 жыл бұрын
The marriages between powerful Spain and the heads of the Holy Roman Empire (Austria) worried a lot Northern European monarchs, too. These had great influence in Italy, at the time, with great access to the Pope. The balance of power in Europe cannot be overlooked.
@RodMartinJr
@RodMartinJr 2 жыл бұрын
Good one, Marius. But as spiritual as Martin Luther was he did very little for repairing the 1,200-year damage to Christianity created by the church and their mangling of scripture in their egoistic urge to find a "fixed" meaning. Ref: Trinity Treason
@pownbnull
@pownbnull 2 жыл бұрын
The Catholic church is the oldest and largest criminal organization on this planet...😊
@claycroll650
@claycroll650 2 жыл бұрын
@@RodMartinJr under rated comment right here
@Patrick-jd6ny
@Patrick-jd6ny 3 жыл бұрын
It’s always a pity that people forget the Hussite reformation. I feel like they’re entirely forgotten by content creators
@hussitewagoner6838
@hussitewagoner6838 3 жыл бұрын
Agreed,
@ezzovonachalm7534
@ezzovonachalm7534 2 жыл бұрын
Had Karl V let burn Martin Luder nobody would remember even his name ,as with Jan Hus and many other heretics !
@hussitewagoner6838
@hussitewagoner6838 2 жыл бұрын
Ezzo von Achalm I’m sure there were many saturnalians authoritarians that was saying , “ why aren’t they bowing and kissing our stone statue , paying off their sin and thinking Jesus is the the only mediator instead of including our guy with the pointy hat and kid friendly priests ?” And , who taught them to read so they could have freedom to feel , think, and act according to how God leads them , instead of how we dictate ?” Such heretics !
@worldtv5848
@worldtv5848 2 жыл бұрын
@@hussitewagoner6838.
@geeljire9247
@geeljire9247 Жыл бұрын
Because it was a localized event and, the moderate branches won the internal conflicts and re-entered the Catholic Church.
@jonbold
@jonbold 4 ай бұрын
If you read the Gospels carefully and analytically, it is easy to see how far the churches have run off the rails.
@JimmyHandtrixx
@JimmyHandtrixx 4 ай бұрын
have you heard of tradition? how about oral tradition? just because its not in the bible doesnt mean its not valid.
@thomasrhymer4627
@thomasrhymer4627 8 ай бұрын
Regardless, the sickest part of the history of Christianity is the persecution and killing of one another over differences of beliefs while both Catholics and Protestants taught that God is Love and that we should love one another and pray for those who mistreat us - seriously, what were they all thinking??!!! so many lives lost ..
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr 4 ай бұрын
Obviously the whole "new creature" thing is a lie.
@vattghern257
@vattghern257 3 жыл бұрын
"Polish-Lithuanian Empire" So here is a like" from some Polish man. Keep going
@MajesticSkywhale
@MajesticSkywhale 3 жыл бұрын
Come back to save europe PLC!
@Maximmuss_
@Maximmuss_ 3 жыл бұрын
An empire is by definition an entitity, that governs wast ammounts of lands inhabitet by various people, so the PLC is by definition an empire. It was big ( 1 milion km2 at its peak) and governed over many nations: Ruthenians, Germans in Prussia, Baltic people in Courland and Livonia, Moldavians for a short time, and heck - one Polish King was even the Tzar of Russia.
@Maximmuss_
@Maximmuss_ 3 жыл бұрын
@@borisbrosowski6630 The definition says "States or territories", not specifically kingdoms. And Poland ruled over many of them, as I already mentioned - Lithuania, Livonia, parts of Estonia, Courland, the Red Rus', parts of the Kievan Rus', small chunks of Slovakia (Spisz) and Moldova in the middle ages and for a short period in the early 1600's. And this isn't even counting the personal union with Sweden in 1592 or the Russia-Troubles-Polish-Tzar thing. Going by your definition - what kingdoms comprised the ottoman empire? Kingdoms in the middle ages were established only with the supervision of the pope, and I don't remember the pope blessing any ottoman sultan. So the PLC, just like the Ottomans, and the HRE was an Empire. And as for Ukraine - it became independent only in 1945, and for a brief period in the 1920's before being swallowed up by the bolsheviks, So it wasn't an empire. The Russians yeah, but Ukraine not.
@Maximmuss_
@Maximmuss_ 3 жыл бұрын
@@borisbrosowski6630 Yeah, but Poland can be concidered an empire on the same terms as the Ottomans or Russia: "an aggregate of many separate states or territories under a supreme ruler". Non of them was appointed by the pope as emperors, but by definition they just were empires.
@borisbrosowski6630
@borisbrosowski6630 3 жыл бұрын
@@Maximmuss_The pope was only responsible for the old west-roman empire (this includes poland) - the catholic half. Please show me a map or any document from 1400-1800 where it is written "Imperium Polonicum". The Ottomans as Kalifs (=Emperors) ruled over Sultans (=Kings) - of course, being ilsamic they could not have been appointed by the orhtodox Patriarch. The Russians declared themeselves "Tsar" (as did the Bulgarians) but became an Empire only after acquireing the Kingdom of Poland. (Funny story: the Grand-Duchy of Warzaw actually had to be promoted to a kingdom so that the Tsar could be an emperor...)
@simonedaniek9878
@simonedaniek9878 2 жыл бұрын
You may have mentioned Jan Hus of Bohemia and the Hussites who came a 100 years earlier and already protested the selling of indulgences, translating the Bible into Czech and the Bible as the authority. They formed armies and successfully fought the Catholic Crusaders called upon the land. Luther actually took many of his ideas from Jan Hus. It was a very important prerequisite to the Reformation already weakening the church by the time Luther nailed his thesis. Check it out.
@miamiman196
@miamiman196 Жыл бұрын
Thanks for this information. That's very interesting and I had never heard about that.
@ejtattersall156
@ejtattersall156 Жыл бұрын
People do ignore Hus for some reason. Remember that history is a story. Our brains like to hear a story. Historians know this. Hus forms an epilogue. This is awkward to a nice story.
@kiennguyenanh8498
@kiennguyenanh8498 Жыл бұрын
The church was never got weakened by Jan Hus and Luther did not know anything about him when the Reformation began
@simonedaniek9878
@simonedaniek9878 Жыл бұрын
@@kiennguyenanh8498 actually he did know about him and quoted him many times. For Central Europe he was well known. Do some deeper research you will be amazed.
@Loostyc
@Loostyc Жыл бұрын
Yeah, they also ommited John Wyclif
@gritosalerta952
@gritosalerta952 5 ай бұрын
Borneo protestant from Sabah, Malaysia HERE!
@meatiesogarcia6478
@meatiesogarcia6478 Жыл бұрын
The Spanish Inquisition is not older than the Inquisition in Rome. The Papal Inquisition was founded in the 13th century, while the Spanish Inquisition (the Castilian Inquisition ti be precise) was founded at the end of the 15th century. Also it's impossible to explain the Reformation without mentioning the precedents: Cathars, Hussites and Erasmus of Rotterdam. These kind of mistakes are somehow common in this channel.
@DarthFhenix55
@DarthFhenix55 Жыл бұрын
and it is also worth mentioning the previous schisms of the church.
@dvdortiz9031
@dvdortiz9031 Жыл бұрын
Those "mistakes' are 'intended", by design!!
@ronald1111
@ronald1111 Жыл бұрын
Fruits of the spirit. Hospitality
@HenryRaeburn367
@HenryRaeburn367 Жыл бұрын
When they are constantly feed anticatholic propaganda it's no wonder they are ignorant
@tonymercer7759
@tonymercer7759 Жыл бұрын
Both inquisitions were inspired by Satan.
@anneeq008
@anneeq008 Жыл бұрын
It's a great irony that although Martin Luther did all this purely out of religious zeal. He's a significant cog in the atheist movement
@johnbrowne3950
@johnbrowne3950 Жыл бұрын
Acually, Luther is one of the few true Christians of his time, despite his flaws.
@johnbrowne3950
@johnbrowne3950 Жыл бұрын
@J Kim I'm not a Luthern, but God bless Martin Luther, despite his faults, for: 1.Exposing The Vatican for what it really is as well as the vile popery. 2. Giving the German people a Bible they could read which eventually opened the Bible to everyone. 3. Exposed the selling of indulgences grift. 4. Gave us A Mighty Fortress Is Our God hymn. 5. And, most importantly, he taught the ultimate truth of the Word of God, the doctrine of justification by faith alone which is the central doctrine of the Christian life and that faith comes solely as a gift from God.
@johnbrowne3950
@johnbrowne3950 Жыл бұрын
@J Kim Catholics kneel down and worship idols; pray to dead saints and Mary; are very superstitious, see apparations; believe in the silly brown scapular; believe their man-made traditions are equal to or superior to the Holy Spirit 's Word of God and tell their sins to gay and pedo priests.
@johnbrowne3950
@johnbrowne3950 Жыл бұрын
@J Kim Prove it or admit I'm right.
@anneeq008
@anneeq008 Жыл бұрын
@@johnbrowne3950 he was sincere, but he opened the floodgates to many Innovations in the religion and ultimately the washing down and secularisation of Christianity.
@zalacainbilbao
@zalacainbilbao 3 жыл бұрын
There was also the Hussite movement in and around what is today Czechia.
@tasosgkouzos2036
@tasosgkouzos2036 3 жыл бұрын
THE HOUSITES ZISKA THE GREAT IM FROM GREECE BUT I KNOW HISTORY EVERYBODY SPEAK ABOYT GREAT ALEXANDER AND HE WAS GREAT BUT AS A GENERAL ZISKA WAS EQUAL AND MAYBE BETTER IN MILITARY ONLY SUBJECTS
@rolandtours8404
@rolandtours8404 3 жыл бұрын
@zalacainbilbao, I think that the Czech Hussites must be also be included in a discussion of the Protestant Reformation.
@eamonnmoroney5963
@eamonnmoroney5963 3 жыл бұрын
I think that was actually about 100 years beforehand i.e. in the early 1400s
@andrejgrebenc3235
@andrejgrebenc3235 3 жыл бұрын
Husits were actually the first. Jan Hus requested that laity should receive Holy Blood of Christ, not just priests. And he was sentenced to death. For me he was reformist, not Protestant.
@Norr42
@Norr42 3 жыл бұрын
@@tasosgkouzos2036 tard
@Volnas97
@Volnas97 3 жыл бұрын
What about Husittes? Why does everyone forget Husittes? They had several crussades sent against them. Even Joan of Arc wanted to lead one against them. Or John Wycliffe, who inspired them all?
@laurenceraran4027
@laurenceraran4027 3 жыл бұрын
I think its because the Hussites and the Lollards did not succeed like Luther did. The Lollards were suppressed easily after the Oldcastle Rebellion and although the Hussites were more successful being able to contend with Catholics and do things like the First Defenestration of Prague, the burning of Jan Hus at the Council of Constance doesn’t make it as successful as Luther’s reformation. Finally, I think Luther and his later fellows Calvin, Zwingli et al. had far more radical ideas which could lead to schism like sola fides, sola scriptura and the like.
@Volnas97
@Volnas97 3 жыл бұрын
@@laurenceraran4027 Husitte Wars resulted in Catholics tolerating protestants. After Battle of Lipany, Utraquists made peace with Catholics and after that, protestants could live normally in Bohemia. We even had protestant king shortly after the wars and almost a century before Luther was even born.
@laurenceraran4027
@laurenceraran4027 3 жыл бұрын
@@Volnas97 That’s true, I won’t deny the importance or the relative success of the Hussite Wars - they are by far the most important proto-Protestant group and had a great effect by showing that the religious hegemony of the Catholic Church is not impregnable. But what Luther did was form something not particularly contained within Bohemia or Germany as I would argue the Jan Hus’ ideas were due to his death at Constance. Where Hus faced death at the hands of Sigismund and the Council of Constance, Luther was invited to Trent where they had to form a council specifically to counter the Reformation (although he would die before then, so he may have suffered the same fate as Hus). Hus was able to preach to the people and intellectuals in Prague, Luther faced the Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain, Charles V, down and preached his ideas in a debate at the Diet of Worms before the nobles of Germany. I am judging success in Luther and Hus to be how widespread their impact was and it is clear that while the Church was shook by Hus, it would not face schism and full separation. Luther’s ability to survive and continue writing against the Church increased his ability to divide the Church, expose corruption and form a new theology - which I think makes him more reformist and more successful than Jan Hus and the Hussites.
@antoinemozart243
@antoinemozart243 3 жыл бұрын
That's true. Joan was against the Hussites.
@mx_moi1964
@mx_moi1964 3 жыл бұрын
@@Volnas97 Protestantism started with Luther so how do you have “Protestant” king a century before him?
@nathanbeard513
@nathanbeard513 11 ай бұрын
Thank you for including the Restorationists. We are often overlooked when it comes to big picture issues like this.
@Sunnysunshower
@Sunnysunshower Жыл бұрын
I think that the fact that the catholic church did end up listening to the reformists complaints, and reforming the catholic church afterwards whilst still affirming and better clarifying its, at the time 1400-year-old doctrine of faith, is a fact that is too often overlooked.
@WienerBrigadier
@WienerBrigadier 5 ай бұрын
agree, cool video but really overlooked the cultural and ecclesiastical achievements of the counter reformation.
@philipliethen519
@philipliethen519 4 ай бұрын
And it only took the Church 400 years to reverse its excommunication of Galileo.
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr 4 ай бұрын
They use the word clarifying as if they're not just making up a ton of new stuff all the time.
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr 4 ай бұрын
@@philipliethen519 They were in the right originally. The bible is a flat earth book.
@pstbukkie
@pstbukkie 2 ай бұрын
why then is th protestant reformation looked down upon, since its demands were eventually co-opted in some way? If Roman Catholicism was infallible then it could have just continued as was, innit?
@edwardblair4096
@edwardblair4096 2 жыл бұрын
King Henry VIII of England was awarded the title "Defender of the Faith" by the Pope after he published a statement against Luther. The joke is that the Pope forgot to specify WHICH faith he was supposed to defend. The monarchs of England retain this title to this day.
@DD-bx8rb
@DD-bx8rb Жыл бұрын
Edward, everyone knew what "the Faith" meant. It means the Catholic Faith and always will. The Protestant hijaking of the term makes no difference. The Church of England is the counterfit organisation that stole Catholic churches and monasteries and murdered and persecuted the Catholic people. The C of E will never replace the Catholic Faith that has never dissapeared from England.
@Idahoguy10157
@Idahoguy10157 Жыл бұрын
Spain was the wealthiest European kingdom. Henry’s wife was a Spanish princess. The Pope wasn’t going to grant Henry’s marriage dissolution. For fear of offending the King of Spain
@chrislambert9435
@chrislambert9435 Жыл бұрын
In Western Europe From around the 6th Century unto the 16th Century, there was primarily only “one Church” and this Church was headed up in Rome, it was know as the Roman Catholic Church, Catholic meaning a/ universal & worldwide b/ Including everything positive & Christian c/ Past, the present and eternity. This Church was/is headed up by the Popes & Cardinals, in a Pyramid system of Governorship. They taught that there should be and must be only one church in & throughout the world and that this Church should be headed up in Rome, by the Pope. Therefore, during these Centuries the Church was managed and controlled by Rome Rome owned the church property & land, and controlled the clergy in all of England In England In the 16th Century, no small dispute arose, between the King of England, Henry the VIII, and the Popes of Rome. This dispute was mainly focussed on Henry’s Marriages. He wanted the Pope of Rome, to annul his marriage(s) but the Pope was not altogether willing. As a result mainly of this dispute, Henry Kicked out Roman Catholic rule and control of the church in England, He took control of the churches, land and Clergy. Henry made himself the Head of the Church of England. So, the churches in England, became known as “The church of England” ! it was no longer the church of Rome, but it became the church of England under King Henry VIII. This became what was later called the Reformation, so under Henry the church was reformed. It was reformed to become a national church, in contrast to a Catholic & Global church headed up in Rome. The boundary of the newly reformed church became the boundary of the Nation state, hence church “of England”. From then onwards, the church of England was owned and controlled by the King and His Ministers. This was the Nationalisation of the Church During this time, in England, the Bible was translated into English, it was printed and fully released in the English language, making it accessible to all English speaking readers During the following Century after Henry’s so-called Reformation As time proceeded, many Bible believing Christians and Christian church leaders in England. Began to increasingly see from reading the New Testament, that the Church should be Independent & Self Governing. They came to steadfastly realise that the church in/of England should not be something owned and controlled by the Monarch and the Monarch’s Government, rather the church should be Independent and self-Governing, and that the bible taught that there should be local assemblies/churches, that are Independent & Self-Governing. This type of Christian & Christian church leader, was sometimes called; a/ Separatist b/ Non-Conformist c/ Dissenters. One of the most distinct early non-conformists was a man called Robert Browne bn 1550s died 1633, he was the Master at the Great Hospital in Norwich and is famous for stating in His book entitled “without tarrying for any” that the church should appoint its own leaders. These non-conformist Christians tried many times to meet together, have their own-independent assembly church life, independent from Government control. They were often severely persecuted, and like Robert Browne, John Robinson and hundreds of others, they often fled England to live in todays Holland (later the American Colonies) where they could freely have their own church-life. After a long and varied struggle, Later with the Act of Toleration in 1688, a deal was struck and the English Monarchy William & Mary permitted, the building of “houses for worship” for non-conformists use
@ejtattersall156
@ejtattersall156 Жыл бұрын
He received the title before his falling out. He was very devout.
@DarthFhenix55
@DarthFhenix55 Жыл бұрын
@@Idahoguy10157 Offending the Spanish king wasn't the problem, the problem was that he need the Spaniards to defend him from the French and the Turks, also Charles the V compromise himself to stop Martin Luther as he was the HRE's emperor.
@jiritichy7967
@jiritichy7967 2 жыл бұрын
The presentation missed completely that "reformation" against church excesses started long before Luther. It was Wykliffe in England and Jan Hus in Bohemia (burn at stakes n 1415) who preached against church practices. Hus' death was followed by wars between Hussite movement and Catholic powers and later continued with Czech Brothers (Jednota bratrska), who also printed a bible in Czech (bible Kralicka).
@slamdancer1720
@slamdancer1720 2 жыл бұрын
You could say that it started even earlier with Augustine of Hippo.
@chrislambert9435
@chrislambert9435 Жыл бұрын
In Western Europe From around the 6th Century unto the 16th Century, there was primarily only “one Church” and this Church was headed up in Rome, it was know as the Roman Catholic Church, Catholic meaning a/ universal & worldwide b/ Including everything positive & Christian c/ Past, the present and eternity. This Church was/is headed up by the Popes & Cardinals, in a Pyramid system of Governorship. They taught that there should be and must be only one church in & throughout the world and that this Church should be headed up in Rome, by the Pope. Therefore, during these Centuries the Church was managed and controlled by Rome Rome owned the church property & land, and controlled the clergy in all of England In England In the 16th Century, no small dispute arose, between the King of England, Henry the VIII, and the Popes of Rome. This dispute was mainly focussed on Henry’s Marriages. He wanted the Pope of Rome, to annul his marriage(s) but the Pope was not altogether willing. As a result mainly of this dispute, Henry Kicked out Roman Catholic rule and control of the church in England, He took control of the churches, land and Clergy. Henry made himself the Head of the Church of England. So, the churches in England, became known as “The church of England” ! it was no longer the church of Rome, but it became the church of England under King Henry VIII. This became what was later called the Reformation, so under Henry the church was reformed. It was reformed to become a national church, in contrast to a Catholic & Global church headed up in Rome. The boundary of the newly reformed church became the boundary of the Nation state, hence church “of England”. From then onwards, the church of England was owned and controlled by the King and His Ministers. This was the Nationalisation of the Church During this time, in England, the Bible was translated into English, it was printed and fully released in the English language, making it accessible to all English speaking readers During the following Century after Henry’s so-called Reformation As time proceeded, many Bible believing Christians and Christian church leaders in England. Began to increasingly see from reading the New Testament, that the Church should be Independent & Self Governing. They came to steadfastly realise that the church in/of England should not be something owned and controlled by the Monarch and the Monarch’s Government, rather the church should be Independent and self-Governing, and that the bible taught that there should be local assemblies/churches, that are Independent & Self-Governing. This type of Christian & Christian church leader, was sometimes called; a/ Separatist b/ Non-Conformist c/ Dissenters. One of the most distinct early non-conformists was a man called Robert Browne bn 1550s died 1633, he was the Master at the Great Hospital in Norwich and is famous for stating in His book entitled “without tarrying for any” that the church should appoint its own leaders. These non-conformist Christians tried many times to meet together, have their own-independent assembly church life, independent from Government control. They were often severely persecuted, and like Robert Browne, John Robinson and hundreds of others, they often fled England to live in todays Holland (later the American Colonies) where they could freely have their own church-life. After a long and varied struggle, Later with the Act of Toleration in 1688, a deal was struck and the English Monarchy William & Mary permitted, the building of “houses for worship” for non-conformists use
@JJ-cw3nf
@JJ-cw3nf Жыл бұрын
Let’s not forget the 4 New Testament books Martin Luther moved to another section of the Bible he too didn’t think we’re right. And the Jewish hate he had. ‘The Jews and their lies’ his treatise was called
@dagarnertn
@dagarnertn Жыл бұрын
Fun fact: John Wycliffe is often cited as the earliest predecessor to the Protestant Reformation and died in 1384. But what few students of the Reformation know is that Wycliffe was heavily influenced by the Christian mystic Richard Rolle. He was one of the most widely popular English authors along side Shakespeare until the 19th century. When reading Rolle’s works similarities to the Protestant focus on the love of God are prevalent.
@abiyahabiyelbetsalel2869
@abiyahabiyelbetsalel2869 Жыл бұрын
This is why we should know the word ourselves, then we won't be DECEIVED, by MEN.
@johnfisher247
@johnfisher247 Жыл бұрын
I've read Richard Rolle. Wycliffe invented his own list of repudiation of Christian doctrine. His ideas are false and not those of historic Christianity in scripture, apostolic tradition, the writings of the apostolic and early Church fathers right up to his own time. He was a babbler or Lollard.
@abiyahabiyelbetsalel2869
@abiyahabiyelbetsalel2869 Жыл бұрын
Yes the Catholic Church killed him off, Because he was telling the church, and reading the word, which the Catholic Church forbid, Because THEY THINK PEOPLE ARE DUMB, ABBA YAH tells us to read it, which will people believe. I AM BELIEVING ABBA YAH
@eugjenkulli8288
@eugjenkulli8288 Жыл бұрын
Shakespeare was a recusant catholic.
@JesusProtects
@JesusProtects 11 ай бұрын
If that was true, Rolle would have been mentioned several times in Luther's writings. Where do you base this accusation of? A mystic starting the reformation philosophy, I don't think so.
@cyrusol
@cyrusol 3 жыл бұрын
You forgot to mention Jan Hus. The primary reason why the Catholic church eventually opposed Luther was his statement _"Ja, ich bin Hussite"_ ("Yes, I'm a Hussite") when put on trial. Many figures originally wanted to get Luther on board for a reformation _within_ Catholicism, which eventually happened anyway.
@cyrusol
@cyrusol 3 жыл бұрын
@Top Secret Are you yet another Turk with an overly inflated, undeserved sense of national pride and a complete lack of historical knowledge? Bye.
@cyrusol
@cyrusol 3 жыл бұрын
@Top Secret You have issues.
@paladinhansen137
@paladinhansen137 3 жыл бұрын
@@cyrusol He is desperate.
@RodMartinJr
@RodMartinJr 2 жыл бұрын
Good point, Cyrusol. The church's kidnapping and murder of William Tyndale was only one of countless crimes against Christ and humanity. But perhaps the most dispiccable was the early church's insistance on a "fixed" meaning for scripture, including betraying their flock with the *_only unforgivable sin._* Ref: *_Trinity Treason_*
@AluminiumT6
@AluminiumT6 Жыл бұрын
@@RodMartinJr You're not the original Christian Church, and you have no authority to say what should be doctrine and what shouldn't. The Church and its Bishops, who are ordained by the Church, who trace their priestly line to Christ and the Apostles, have the authority to declare doctrine (an objective fact). Thus, you're just an idiot heretic who's just coping and seething extremely hard.
@Hvginn
@Hvginn 3 жыл бұрын
Great ! I'm precisely reading a book about the thirty years war (and I just have to say that the estimates of this war, nowadays, are less heavy than what you said : only some region like the Rhenish Palatinate saw their population nearly disappear). And before that I read some stuff about the religious wars in France. I was surprised how fast and wide the reformation spread. And how fast it provoked war, in the Spanish Netherlands and in France.
@ezzovonachalm7534
@ezzovonachalm7534 2 жыл бұрын
Hugin.... ...and not forget how rapidly protestantism vanished in the whole of France after the clean massacre of the St Bartholomy feast.
@luminoustarisma
@luminoustarisma Жыл бұрын
Though it may not affect all of Europe, but for Sweden the 30 years war was huge, as it solidified a more than 100 year dominance of. Or there Europe
@HectorHernandez-ix9kp
@HectorHernandez-ix9kp 10 ай бұрын
What book was it?
@Hvginn
@Hvginn 10 ай бұрын
@@HectorHernandez-ix9kp It's been a while now, but it could this book : _La Guerre de Trente Ans_ , Marie-Noëlle Faure, ed. Ellipses. It's a good introduction, although in french. I guess, if you're begining in this subject you could read in english _The Thirty Years' War_ , Geoffrey Parker.
@HectorHernandez-ix9kp
@HectorHernandez-ix9kp 10 ай бұрын
@@Hvginn thank you for the response! I’ll check it out
@Snarge22
@Snarge22 Жыл бұрын
I'm not particularly religious, but I found this quite interesting.
@Hannah-kk7wp
@Hannah-kk7wp Жыл бұрын
Even if you’re not religious, the reformation is a really significant part of American/ western civilization because the reformation was a kinda a result of the renaissance where people were trained to really READ the Bible in their own and have personal and intellectual relationships with God, rather than just listen to the church. A lot of our culture and following revolutions/philosophy is based on this idea. 😊
@straightrippnable706
@straightrippnable706 Жыл бұрын
I learned that, which at times in grade school I might not have believed - the printing press is a huge step or advent, in hueman evolution.
@ranelgallardo7031
@ranelgallardo7031 Жыл бұрын
It’s why Catholics and Protestants are different despite being both Christianity
@jackdubz4247
@jackdubz4247 Жыл бұрын
For everyone else in Europe it was about the Catholic church. For the English it was about Henry Tudor trying to get his end away with Anne Boleyn.
@Kouhiko9674
@Kouhiko9674 3 жыл бұрын
You discover things like fire. You invent a printing press
@mikeconnor4736
@mikeconnor4736 3 жыл бұрын
Haha, I was thinking the exact same thing when he said that so awkwardly.
@daniloss1319
@daniloss1319 3 жыл бұрын
In my textbooks its swapped way too many times, like "they discovered the telephone" etc. Nah telephone wasn't hidden in some cave for 13.8 billion years it was invented
@TheAltair716
@TheAltair716 3 жыл бұрын
I thought of the same thing when I heard it
@yonathanrakau1783
@yonathanrakau1783 3 жыл бұрын
This what happened with communism really
@violator7964
@violator7964 3 жыл бұрын
Unless you're Plato.
@VSP4591
@VSP4591 2 жыл бұрын
It is important to mention the attraction of the wealth of the Catolic Church which was greater than theological aspects. Princes in Germany and kings as the King of Swede took advantage to confiscate all land and other assets of the Catolic Church. Gustavus Adolphus, the King of Swede was almost bankrupt when he switched to Protestantism. So taking all the land and other assets of the Catolic church was a big deal and he had money to intervine in the religious war in Germany. The funny aspect was that of forcing all population within a country or kingdom to convert automatically to the faith of the king/prince or leave the land. In England the situation was more dramatic and funny due to the fact that the Church of England was invented in order Henry the 8th got a divorce. In all cases was an enormous destruction of monasteries, confiscation of valuable goods, old books burned, many people just killed end so on. Pretty much like Viking invasions. Not to mention that the tax paid by ordinary people to the church was not eliminated but redirected to the British Treasury. So, this aspect is less discussed but I think was a major push for Prices/Kings to embrace so suddenly the Protestant faith and to fight so hart for it.
@Melons-vg8dq
@Melons-vg8dq Жыл бұрын
The Catholic Church ran the poverty programs.
@TeikonGom
@TeikonGom Жыл бұрын
Gustavus Adolphus was born a protestant. I think you mean Gustav Vasa. Besides, a spiritual institution should not horde wealth; they should worship God, not Mammon.
@VSP4591
@VSP4591 Жыл бұрын
@@TeikonGom Gustavus Adolphus was born as a humble human being. His parents baptized him in a Protestant cult. Was not his choice.
@user-vc5oc5yi4q
@user-vc5oc5yi4q Жыл бұрын
@@TeikonGom Apparently their god is Mammon.
@TeikonGom
@TeikonGom Жыл бұрын
@@VSP4591 You literally said that he switched to Protestantism.
@grantc9012
@grantc9012 5 ай бұрын
The Catholic Church does not believe that you can earn salvation, this is a common straw man invented by the reformers, and it’s still mischaracterized by many Protestants to this day. The Church has fought against Pelagianism throughout much of its history, even to today.
@chosen2865
@chosen2865 Жыл бұрын
No matter where you stand on the reformation, it ripped the church apart and divided followers of Christ.
@kevin8712
@kevin8712 5 ай бұрын
‭‭Matthew‬ ‭10:34‭-‬36‬ ‭MEV‬‬ “Do not think that I have come to bring peace on earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I have come to turn ‘a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; a man’s foes will be those of his own household.’
@jerryklooster438
@jerryklooster438 2 ай бұрын
chosen - Agreed. At what point do you think people will begin to admit that belief in mystical gods is just a fantasy?
@kh2089
@kh2089 2 ай бұрын
Call it whatever, the truth is it was not a reformation but rather a deformation. An action deviding christians cannot be considered good, period.
@Hairybuffalo
@Hairybuffalo 5 сағат бұрын
@@kevin8712 Yea but the person speaking was literally God. Luther and his politicians were not.
@Cuauhtemoc3
@Cuauhtemoc3 3 жыл бұрын
Love this channel so much. U make it entertaining and easy to keep up. I've learned so much from this channel. Its explanation of historical events & people is outstanding.
@Yongle96
@Yongle96 3 жыл бұрын
03:00 luther insists only the bible itself should be viewed as the only reliable source of information.. then proceeds to edit the bible and make a protestant version to suit his newly created religious dogmas.
@potatofuryy
@potatofuryy 2 жыл бұрын
A classic
@Orange6921
@Orange6921 2 жыл бұрын
All one has to do is read the New Testament to understand the problems with Catholicism. There are genuine Christians within the RCC but the institution is rife with man made doctrines and traditions that are a mixture of pagan and Christianity. If you read the OT, God really hates this and calls it spiritual fornication and rebukes the Jews over it throughout the OT. Yes Catholics, I hear you, this does not make protestant perfect, far from it. But the basis of Christianity and sound doctrine is the Bible according to Jesus and the Apostles and the early church.
@Orange6921
@Orange6921 2 жыл бұрын
We now have countless copies of the entire NT that are nearly 2000 years old in the original Greek. We KNOW for a fact the words have not been changed.
@Yongle96
@Yongle96 2 жыл бұрын
amen
@Nomansland77
@Nomansland77 2 жыл бұрын
He even wanted to take out james, cause there's the famous verse in james that says and i'm paraphrasing badly here but that, having faith alone isn't enough but that you must also have good works in conjunction with the faith that your'e supposed to have. Edit: yea i'm a bad paraphraser, here's the original section from james mentioning it which shows, even the bible was against Luther and his teaching, so luther was in heresy, aka a heretic. *14 What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him? 15 If a brother or sister is poorly clothed and lacking in daily food, 16 and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and filled,” without giving them the things needed for the body, what good[a] is that? 17 So also faith by itself, if it does not have works, is dead.*
@markpong5435
@markpong5435 Жыл бұрын
Martin Luter in the letter to Philip Melanchthon writes: "Be a sinner and sin hard, but believe and admire even harder in Christ... He took on himself all the sins of this world, therefore don't afraid to sin. Even if we will fornicate and murder thousands times a day, it will be forgiven by His grace." (My translation) This statement I call - The Golden Rule of The Protestant Church. I would consider an insult if someone calls me a christian.
@peterpayne2219
@peterpayne2219 Жыл бұрын
Really outstanding video, thank you! I love filling in the gaps in my knowledge with videos like this.
@joehun1
@joehun1 Жыл бұрын
This is big fat lie video, the catholic church never ever thought that for money and paper your sins will be forgiven , unfortunately Protestantism is based on lies .
@carterbentonjr399
@carterbentonjr399 3 жыл бұрын
I hope I won't sound like a smart aleck but Corsica was not a part of France until the 1700s.
@amanahmad1110
@amanahmad1110 2 жыл бұрын
wow so true the french bought it a year before napoleon was born I think in 1768 they (France) purchased it from republic of genoa
@paoloviti6156
@paoloviti6156 Жыл бұрын
@@amanahmad1110 correct and you are one of the few that has mentioned it. The truth was that Corsica was a very troublesome island for Genoa and became economic drain by keeping troops stationed with with its ships. Apparently Napoleon was born Italian by a few hours or some days to become a French citizen, a fact denied by French historians but of course Italian historians historians are quite excited about this. Fun fact: Napoleon's family originated somewhere in Tuscany but I don't remember where....
@plugs313
@plugs313 3 жыл бұрын
I know, I know, I'm being "picky", but, It's Catherine of Aragon, not argon. Otherwise, loved the video. Thanks.
@jimslancio
@jimslancio 3 жыл бұрын
There are a lot of words this narrator needs to learn how to pronounce.
@singingphysics9416
@singingphysics9416 3 жыл бұрын
Also 'annulment' and 'subsequently'
@Pokemark17
@Pokemark17 3 жыл бұрын
@Robert Hunter yeah but those are pretty big ones
@Beastofbergen
@Beastofbergen 3 жыл бұрын
Also Iohan, should be pronounced Johann, not I-O-hann
@chrispy1398
@chrispy1398 3 жыл бұрын
Nah, that bugged me too. Sure it's a noble gas, but Catherine of Argon and Catherine of Aragon are two entirely different things... Everyone knows Catherine of Argon had more to do with the Galvanist and Lithium movements.
@user-ru9qz4oh4j
@user-ru9qz4oh4j Жыл бұрын
Thank for your work
@benjaminrush4443
@benjaminrush4443 Жыл бұрын
Well done. Best 12-minute view. The study & debate has been going on for 1/2 a millennium. One of the most avoided topics is the cost in lives over "Christianity". Thanks.
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr
@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr 4 ай бұрын
Oh yeah, God's true religion killed tons of people, but this is only the beginning of what God has in store for humanity.
@benjaminrush4443
@benjaminrush4443 4 ай бұрын
Yes. What we are experiencing could be the "End Times".@@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr
@benjaminrush4443
@benjaminrush4443 2 ай бұрын
@@Volleyball_Chess_and_Geoguessr Thousands and Thousands of people were killed - Jews especially - to and from the Crusades and Bible Readers during the Inquisitions. All killed in the Name of God or Pope depending on what you "Obeyed".
@alesh2275
@alesh2275 3 жыл бұрын
The printing press wasn’t “discovered”, it was “invented”
@EdinProfa
@EdinProfa 3 жыл бұрын
You must be fun at parties
@deezynar
@deezynar 3 жыл бұрын
And it had been invented many hundreds of years before Gutenberg's time. Gutenberg invented a mold for casting movable type.
@iordanneDiogeneslucas
@iordanneDiogeneslucas 2 жыл бұрын
Nothing is invented
@greglogan7706
@greglogan7706 2 жыл бұрын
@@iordanneDiogeneslucas 😖😖😖
@chevinbarghest8453
@chevinbarghest8453 2 жыл бұрын
@@EdinProfa At least he gets invited
@johannesmaximilian848
@johannesmaximilian848 3 жыл бұрын
A video on the Catholic Counter-reformation would be very interesting!
@diegofuentes6639
@diegofuentes6639 3 жыл бұрын
Yeah man I totally agree with you. Now that was a true Reformation. This Phony Reformation ended in disaster, with these so called "reformers" not agreeing among themselves
@johannesmaximilian848
@johannesmaximilian848 3 жыл бұрын
@@diegofuentes6639 Indeed, famously Luther's betrayal of the rebelling peasants as he sided with the german lords and princes in the Holy Roman Empire against his increasingly radical followers, he is a very twisted histioric character..
@diegofuentes6639
@diegofuentes6639 3 жыл бұрын
@@johannesmaximilian848 Thats true my friend. And you should also remember that Luther was deeply Anti-Semitic.
@Nimai_Aquino
@Nimai_Aquino 3 жыл бұрын
In my opinion, the protestant reformation was one of the worst events in christian history, far worse than the schism of 1054. Science, Laws, Philosophy, Art, Education, and many more things that made the western civilization greater than others (multiculturalists can cry now) came from the Holy Church. We catholics, instead of genociding natives, integrated them in society. Catholic priests protected natives against enslavers in the americas. The calvinists and lutherans took the land and killed or expeled them. Protestantism didnt ever produce human arts like the catholics did, look their simplistic architecture for example. Also this movements today, flat earth and antivax, come from the protestant sects, since a protestant priest can say whatever he wants without consequences.
@diegofuentes6639
@diegofuentes6639 3 жыл бұрын
@@Nimai_Aquino You are Spot on My Brother in Christ. The Cathlolic Church BUILT WESTERN CIVILIZATION. It was CATHOLICS who stood up for the faith in times of danger, such as the Battle of Tours, The Crusades, Lepanto and Vienna,not protestants. They were busy preaching their heresies and dividing the faithful. But there are some doctrines that these "reformers" kept, such as the belief in Infant baptism, the Belief in Mary's perpetual virginity as well as her role as the Mother of God, something that Luther, Zwingli and Calvin themselves believed even after they revolted against the Church. So just so you know, even what their founders tought they don't believe it.
@ivanstrydom8417
@ivanstrydom8417 Жыл бұрын
As a South African Protestant of French and Dutch decent , It was an immense delight to get to visit the Vatican as well as numerous Catholic and Greek Orthodox churches all over Poland and Lithuania. I just pray that I may someday get to visit Jerusalem as well. To walk where our Saviour walked.
@jeanbethencourt1506
@jeanbethencourt1506 Жыл бұрын
How do you feel about the church of england ordaining a trans priest and referring to God as they/them?
@Kitiwake
@Kitiwake Жыл бұрын
​@@jeanbethencourt1506 the protestant churches constantly changed the rules. A man made religion.
@dawg2067
@dawg2067 Жыл бұрын
@@Kitiwake all religions are msn made!
@franciscosalvador5890
@franciscosalvador5890 Жыл бұрын
Most of these countries that initiated the reformation are themselves, generally, non-praticing faithfuls today. What happened to the great efforts of their faithful protestant ancestors?
@guesswho6038
@guesswho6038 Жыл бұрын
Looks like they were in the wrong, they said "non serviam" like someone else before.
@therecusantluddite1133
@therecusantluddite1133 2 жыл бұрын
luther sent a copy of his thesis' to constantinople (instanbul) asking the orthodox patriarch to give his input because luther believed that the orthodox had not lost their way as did the roman catholics. this document is still in the orthodox library in constantinople (instanbul) and you can read the notations that the patriarch made. the document never made it back to luther due to luther's death.
@JoshAlicea1229
@JoshAlicea1229 2 жыл бұрын
I wonder what would have happened if there was more dialogue between the Protestants and the Orthodox.
@enricomanno8434
@enricomanno8434 2 жыл бұрын
@@JoshAlicea1229 That the orthodox will stay as such and the Protestant will stay the same...I remind you that the closest to the Catholic church are the orthodox church
@kuyachamp7618
@kuyachamp7618 2 жыл бұрын
@@JoshAlicea1229 They would have deeply disagreed with protestantism and have disagreed since. Latin Catholicism may be different from Orthodox Catholicism but they certainly agree with one another regarding protestantism.
@JoshAlicea1229
@JoshAlicea1229 2 жыл бұрын
@@kuyachamp7618 what I meant was that maybe Luther would have gone east
@JoshAlicea1229
@JoshAlicea1229 2 жыл бұрын
@@kuyachamp7618 what I meant was that maybe Luther would have gone east.
@ThomasTrue
@ThomasTrue 2 жыл бұрын
The Scottish Protestant Reformation was certainly one of the causes of the Jacobite uprisings. The Stuarts believed they were divinely chosen to be rightful monarchs of Great Britain, and the Hanoverian monarchy to be usurpers. However, the relationship between monarch and people in Scotland was always one of contract, with sovereignty resting with the people, and most Scots did not accept divine monarchy. That's why there were Scots, both Catholic and Protestant, who fought on both the Jacobite and Government sides. What is more accurate was that the parallel reformations in England and Scotland led to the Covenanting wars. While King Henry VIII established the English monarch to be head of the Church of England, which retained priests and bishops, the Calvinist Scottish Protestant Reformation, which grew with astonishing support, established the Church of Scotland whereby there were no intercessors between God and mankind; ministers were merely preachers and teachers. James VI, King of Scots from the abdication of his Catholic mother, Mary, in 1567, was brought up in this strict Presbyterian belief. In 1603, Queen Elizabeth I of England died, and James was the only person who could succeed her on the English throne. He decreed that his two kingdoms were one, which he called "Great Britain". In 1621 he ordered the Bible be translated into English (yes, that King James). While King James I of Great Britain, as he was now fashioned, was happy to leave his native Scotland alone, his Stuart successors were a different matter. King Charles I ordered that the Anglican Church become the state religion of Scotland, installed bishops, and outlawed all other forms of worship. Needless to say, the Scots Presbyterians were having none of it. In 1638 a band of Presbyterians in Greyfriar's Kirk, Edinburgh, signed the "Solemn League and Covenant", demanding freedom to worship in their own beliefs. Copies of the "Covenant" were signed all over Scotland. Presbyterians would hold services in secret, often with armed guards. Charles I sent forces to put down this dissent, and it was not long before the two sides met in open warfare. Charles I was of course deposed and executed for trying to impose his will upon the English parliament. But after the Commonwealth under Oliver Cromwell, the monarchy was restored in 1660 under King Charles II. He too tried to impose Anglicanism upon Scotland, and civil war broke out again. When his son, King James II, ascended the throne, he tried again. The Covenanting wars against James II were the bloodiest of all, becoming known as "the Killing Time". One slogan of the Covenanters of the time was "No king but Christ". With James II leaning towards Roman Catholicism, the Scots were only too happy in joining the English and Irish to invite William of Orange to depose James II. But even then, before they would accept William as king, the Scots demanded he sign the Claim of Right in 1689, stating that neither he nor any future monarch would interfere in Scots ecclesiastical matters. Scottish Presbyterian belief remains one of the strictest forms of Protestantism in the world to this day.
@diarmuidbuckley6638
@diarmuidbuckley6638 2 жыл бұрын
Lots of good stuff here. I watched Bruce Fumey's youtube vid on topic. But- is there evidence that Scots were among those who "invited" Wm to sail with an Armada and take over? My understanding was it was English MPs
@DD-bx8rb
@DD-bx8rb Жыл бұрын
Protestantism is the counterfit movement that stole Catholic churches and monasteries and murdered and persecuted the Catholic people. It will never replace the Catholic Faith that has never dissapeared from Britain
@ultramarine40k65
@ultramarine40k65 Жыл бұрын
And now scotts are getting replaced by muslims and hindus in their own homeland Insuppose it was worth it weakining europe and crippling christianism in europe forever. Its not like all protestant countries nowadays are majorithy atheist right ?
@Jay_Johnson
@Jay_Johnson Жыл бұрын
don't think the Irish really had much say in the glorious revolution.
@michaellondonxxx4860
@michaellondonxxx4860 Жыл бұрын
An understated point is the extent to which the Reformation was causes at least as much by politics as theology. The Catholic Church sought political power and, in doing so, ended up with political opponents.
@erichansen3641
@erichansen3641 11 ай бұрын
I don't recognize Luther as a Reformationist. I recognize the martyr Jan Hus who preceded Luther during the martyr Joan of Arc's lifetime.
@alanjenkins1508
@alanjenkins1508 3 жыл бұрын
What is important about Protestantism is not the belief itself, but the implicit recognition that it is important to question entrenched dogma. This has led to the modern world.
@motouser165
@motouser165 3 жыл бұрын
This.
@Emacee1701
@Emacee1701 3 жыл бұрын
Wrong. All the different varieties have their own dogmas and none of them want anybody to question it.
@justchilling704
@justchilling704 3 жыл бұрын
@@Emacee1701 Wrong, anyone is free to question, however if you can’t back your claims they will not be taken seriously.
@matthaeusprime6343
@matthaeusprime6343 3 жыл бұрын
Have you seen the modern world? It isn't a good thing.
@justchilling704
@justchilling704 3 жыл бұрын
@@matthaeusprime6343 The tech and medical science is, maybe not the hyper secularism, and shameless hedonism that a common now.
@deraldanderson9132
@deraldanderson9132 3 жыл бұрын
Supposedly Luther tried to talk with the Greeks, as the New Testament was originally written in there language but with the fall of the Byzantine (Roman) empire Luther could no longer communicate with them. I believe without the fall of the Roman Empire the reformer would have been much smaller
@ddpzzp553
@ddpzzp553 3 жыл бұрын
@Kokoro Shimamura they mean the eastern romans
@JeremyMacDonald1973
@JeremyMacDonald1973 3 жыл бұрын
My understanding is the Ottomans where extremely supportive of the Protestants. They where 100% in favour of a schism among the Christians - just loved the idea.
@MojoBonzo
@MojoBonzo 3 жыл бұрын
there was communication... the church didnt die... and the reality is that they both hated the catholic church, and they both agreed on many things against the catholic doctrine... but thats all there was to it... also due to the structure of the greek orthodox church(the emperor appointed the patriarch of constantinople and since the empire was dead, the patriarch was now an ottoman puppet, which is why even greece today has its own church away from the patriarch and the patriarch is nothing but a tittle any more, he has virtually no community, apart from some 10 thousand greeks that the turks didnt manage to butcher the last century!)
@Orange6921
@Orange6921 2 жыл бұрын
All one has to do is read the New Testament to understand the problems with Catholicism. There are genuine Christians within the RCC but the institution is rife with man made doctrines and traditions that are a mixture of pagan and Christianity. If you read the OT, God really hates this and calls it spiritual fornication and rebukes the Jews over it throughout the OT. Yes Catholics, I hear you, this does not make protestant perfect, far from it. But the basis of Christianity and sound doctrine is the Bible according to Jesus and the Apostles and the early church.
@Bankable2790
@Bankable2790 2 жыл бұрын
@@Orange6921 other way around.. Christ said he would establish his church on earth
@StevieObieYT
@StevieObieYT Жыл бұрын
The Catholic Church was never opposed to people reading the Bible. What it opposed was people reading interpretations the Bible apart from the teaching authority of the Church, which would lead to the kinds of problems we have today with 30,000 denominations interpreting Scripture differently. The Bible itself warns against this: "Know this first of all, that there is no prophecy of scripture that is a matter of personal interpretation" (2 Peter 1:20).
@kkiv1639
@kkiv1639 Жыл бұрын
Yes, the interpretation of God word is led by the Holy Spirit. As a believer, the holy spirit dwells in you, it guides and teaches you of God's word. In John 14:26, Jesus told his disciples, “the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you” 1 Corinthians 3:16- Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?
@SamBrockmann
@SamBrockmann 4 ай бұрын
Oooooooof. So, the topic of 2 Peter 1:20 is PROPHECY, and people like you decided the topic was all Scripture. Catholics are whack, man. They don't even read the very text of the Bible.
@mysticalcobra7380
@mysticalcobra7380 4 ай бұрын
@@kkiv1639 people can easily interpret the holy spirt with their feeling when people don’t have intellectual guidance their quick to jump to conclusion.
@wendylang2360
@wendylang2360 2 ай бұрын
Maybe I have this wrong but I thought there was a time when the Roman Catholic Church made it like a criminal offence for people to own their own copy of the Bible??? Just asking. 💒
@StevieObieYT
@StevieObieYT 2 ай бұрын
@wendylang2360 Yes. You are right. It was once illegal for people to own the Holy Bible. I think that was during the Middle Ages. You see, it's up to the Catholic priest to read you the scripture during mass. And only him. In Catholicism, the priest is seen as an authority figure. He tells us the good word. And we must believe him. There is only one interpretation. And all Catholic priests taught the same thing in the same way. This means you could attend mass in Ireland or Italy or France and expect to hear the same teachings wherever you go. It's the word of God. I think the reason why the Holy Bible was banned is due to the fact that people were not meant to make up their own interpretations of the scripture. Only the priest may have that authority. Everything comes from the Vatican in Rome. Ya know?
@kaymorris5326
@kaymorris5326 Жыл бұрын
Regardless, all churches have erred. The Catholic Church, being the oldest Christian Church has more to answer for but up to this point in time, it still maintains th TRUE MAGISTERIUM OF THE CHURCH founded by the Lord Jesus.Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia ! Amen.
@jerryklooster438
@jerryklooster438 2 ай бұрын
Kaymorris - Please summon up the courage to think for yourself.
@arcanios806
@arcanios806 2 жыл бұрын
You need to name Jan Hus when speaking of Reformation. Jan Hus basically already pointed out everything that Luther later would say. And this was nearly 100 years before Luther! Please do not make the same mistake like so many teachers and historians and ignore Hus and the other early Reformers.
@pastorart1974
@pastorart1974 2 жыл бұрын
You are correct about Jon Hus who was burned at the stake in 1415.
@slamdancer1720
@slamdancer1720 2 жыл бұрын
Then you should go back further to the bishop of Hippo himself, Augustine.
@pastorart1974
@pastorart1974 2 жыл бұрын
Augustine was the source of some of the bad theology and practices in the Roman Catholic Religion which needed to be Reformed. The practice of Baptizing Infants and the need to have Confirmation comes from around the time of Augustine. Some of Augustine's ideas were good, but not all
@davidwv7370
@davidwv7370 2 жыл бұрын
@@pastorart1974 I think you should realize that Luther and Calvin and John Wesley ALL continued the practice of infant baptism AND confirmation. The churches they started still have infant baptism AND confirmation. If infant baptism is as wrong as some say why didn't the Holy Spirit inspire these reformers to abolish it ?? God wants us to be committed to Him. This commitment can come during adult baptism OR confirmation.
@pastorart1974
@pastorart1974 2 жыл бұрын
@@davidwv7370 You have identified the major problem in those three denominations to this day. Most of the people in most of the infant sprinkling denominations today have neither been converted or born again. These are the denominations which support the LGBTQ movement today. These are the Denominations which support abortion today. Keep in mind that I was raised in what is today an ELCA Pro Abortion, Pro LGBTQ Lutheran Church. Very few of my Confirmation Classmates are serving Jesus today. The Wesley Foundation campus Pastors were the Chaplains of the Gay Peoples Alliance at Illinois State University 50 years ago (my Alma Mater). Note that the 1974 in my Screen Name is the year I became a Pastor not the year I was born I am a Vietnam Veteran. After coming home from Vietnam I had a long talk with my Lutheran Pastor who admitted not one baby was ever baptized in the Bible. In that same conversation he told me he didn't believe in Billy Graham's religion That was the day I decided to leave the Lutheran Church. Within ten years I would see Apostasy and Liberalism creep into my new Denomination.
@x5o453
@x5o453 2 жыл бұрын
The lack of humility is the problem of both sides, no? - lack of humility among some catholic leaders to reform what had to be corrected within the church at that time. - lack of humility among some protestants leaders to refuse division and choose patience. Now, 500 years later, as simple followers of Jesus, what can we do ? Love each other ! May God bless you all.🕊️🙏
@RodMartinJr
@RodMartinJr 2 жыл бұрын
Well said. Lack of humility has long been a corrupting influence in the church, starting with the early church bureaucracies of the 2nd, 3rd and 4th centuries. Their need to create a "fixed" meaning for scripture was an abomination, especially because they got it wrong and forced it on everyone else. The worst part was the church's betrayal of their flock with the *_only unforgivable sin._* Ref: *_Trinity Treason_*
@tcideh4929
@tcideh4929 2 жыл бұрын
Disagree. Protestants were being extremely humble by announcing that only true authority is God. Being “patient” with Heresy, is only further damning your own and thousands of others souls.
@DD-bx8rb
@DD-bx8rb Жыл бұрын
@@tcideh4929 Protestantism is the weakest heresy ever proposed in the history of the Church. It's founders were neither holy, humble or educated. They were pumped up with pride and gave people a watered down Gospel.
@tcideh4929
@tcideh4929 Жыл бұрын
@@DD-bx8rb How is saying the Bible and Gospel are the final and only words of God, watering it down? Catholics have Councils which you are supposed to treat as holy. Like hello? Its amazing how Catholics have twisted scripture to fit their narrative. Like the argument for a priests celibacy is so weak... Or Mary being a perpetual virgin when Jesus had brothers. Also how does the bible support the notion of the Catholic church being the ultimate interpreter of Scripture. Catholics are so tradition based they have lost their way as believers of God. Colossians 2:8 is a perfect rebuttable of the ways of the Sinful and Heretical Catholic Church "See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the elemental spiritual forces of this world rather than on Christ"
@DD-bx8rb
@DD-bx8rb Жыл бұрын
Because the practice of Bible Alone allows each reader to formulate an easy religion from his Bible reading. Everything the various Protestant groups have removed from Christian doctrine has been "justified" bt their Bible interpretations: divorce, abortion, homosexuality, no fasting, contraception, no confssion, no good works, faith alone. etc....the Easy Gospel
@shonnsutton5425
@shonnsutton5425 Жыл бұрын
Here is something that doesn't make any sense to me. Henry VIII started the Church of England because he wanted a divorce. He was even divorced twice. However, since Henry VIII, the Church of England has taken a hard line against divorce. So we have a church started by a selfish king who wanted a divorce and doesn't want to allow divorce.
@sharonweideger2411
@sharonweideger2411 10 ай бұрын
Exactly that's the reason he started the reformation it's called self gratification on his behalf,the reformation caused alot of collateral damage.the catholic church is the one true church that christ established on earth nearly 2000 years ago,all other religions are a cut off from the catholic church,check the dates out when all other religions came in to play,you don't have to be a mathematician to work it out.God bless
@kalielsouza9136
@kalielsouza9136 2 ай бұрын
Minor mistake: the Council of Trent did not say the bread and wine transform into the Body and Blood of Christ (7:57) it said It is transubstantiated into the Body and Blood of Christ, for the Form, as in trans - form - of the bread is not changed.
@timberwolfe1645
@timberwolfe1645 3 жыл бұрын
Great job explaining the sequence of events. I found it very educational
@Menzobarrenza
@Menzobarrenza 3 жыл бұрын
Very good video. I'd like to note that the prosecution of Galileo actually had less to do with his beliefs, and more to do with him indirectly, and intentionally, calling the pope an idiot, and breaking the terms of a (surprisingly fair) contract he signed with the church. Also, the punishment was just house arrest. That's extremely mild compared some other stuff the Catholic Church has done for similar transgressions, throughout the years.
@exeexecutor
@exeexecutor 3 жыл бұрын
i wanna see you get house arrest for talking about nanotechnology and all its potential positive uses and then say its just an extremely mild punishment
@Menzobarrenza
@Menzobarrenza 3 жыл бұрын
@@exeexecutor You do realize that I was saying it was mild *compared to* other punishments, right? Also, how in the world do those two scenarios compare? Galileo wasn't punished for disagreeing with geocentrism. He was punished for violating a *legally binding* contract and for being an asshole towards the *Pope.*
@kuyachamp7618
@kuyachamp7618 2 жыл бұрын
@@Menzobarrenza Not to mention that he wanted to revise the bible by adding some stuff to it(I forgot) but I remember is that he wanted to revise but the church disagreed and placed him in house arrest for multiple "crimes" he committed indirectly as what you said. Protestants usually portray Galilei as a martyr who defied the church when it was the church who supported all of his works prior to his scandals.
@Menzobarrenza
@Menzobarrenza 2 жыл бұрын
@@kuyachamp7618 Honestly, I've mostly heard this from Atheists trying to prove that Christianity is anti-science, and not so much from Protestants. Though I would be completely unsurprised to see Protestants, who erroneously believe the myth about why he was punished, use it as an argument against the Papacy.
@jerrymichaelgreen2675
@jerrymichaelgreen2675 Жыл бұрын
@@kuyachamp7618 what discoveries had the science st made, too be burnt at the stake by a supportive church. ET contact maybe, ET civilizations. You comment doesn't justify the Pope. Censorship.
@remysimon6819
@remysimon6819 Жыл бұрын
Very interesting. Thank you
@rursus8354
@rursus8354 Жыл бұрын
The Protestant Reformation started because of the occurrence of the printing press, and some structural problem in the Catholic Church that already in the end of the 14th century and the start of the 15th century caused the Wycliff reformation movement as well as the Husite wars ... as well as the Waldensian schism already in the 13th century. Luther was a catalyst, and he impressed other reformation adherents that much that they dared to raise their flag at the same time.
@CRaul87
@CRaul87 3 жыл бұрын
“As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one:” Romans 3:10 ; "For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God;" Romans 3:23
@jerryklooster438
@jerryklooster438 2 ай бұрын
CRaul - please have the courage to think for yourself.
@Vic-oi5vr
@Vic-oi5vr Ай бұрын
Enoch (disciplined) Abraham Samuel Isaiah Jeremiah etc all became friends of God. What's wrong with people,? The way you think is what you end up as?
@matthewreyes2401
@matthewreyes2401 3 жыл бұрын
Interesting as a Lutheran myself, my school never bothered to reach us about any of this
@atheodorasurname6936
@atheodorasurname6936 3 жыл бұрын
Matthew Reyes -- I was brought up in the Church of Christ and for a long time i thought it was Protestant. But only long after my family left it did i learn it was founded as a "Restoration" church, the Disciples of Christ, whose purpose was to restore "Christ's true church", which to its founders was none of the other Christian churches. As for the Lutheran Church, the radio show "A Prairie Home Companion" taught me far more about it and its culture in the Upper Midwest than i'd ever learned before.
@Salsuero
@Salsuero 3 жыл бұрын
And yet you still think you were taught 100% truth.
@atheodorasurname6936
@atheodorasurname6936 3 жыл бұрын
@@Salsuero No, i don't think that -- far from it.
@Salsuero
@Salsuero 3 жыл бұрын
@@atheodorasurname6936 I was talking to Matthew. I believe you.
@atheodorasurname6936
@atheodorasurname6936 3 жыл бұрын
@@Salsuero Okay 😇
@garymartin9777
@garymartin9777 Жыл бұрын
Luther said it wasn't his posting of the theses per se that caused the reformation, rather it was caused by some unknown person with access to the university's printing press. That person printed hundreds or even thousands of copies and distributed them widely in the surrounding communities. The German people were fed up with Rome and were spiritually ready for a new theological message. The reformation spread like wildfire through Germany after that.
@johannjohann6523
@johannjohann6523 6 ай бұрын
Not sure if everyone is aware in the early Catholic churches services, and "the bible" were in Latin, not one's native tongue of German, or Spanish etc. That might have been one little issue with the Catholic church Protestants had. At Sunday service they had no idea what the priests were talking about. That sounds like fun.
@andrewward5891
@andrewward5891 6 ай бұрын
Yeah and most priests weren’t very fluent in Latin so services were mostly Latinish gibberish for a few hours every Sunday. Hard to believe people wanted something different
@koppite9600
@koppite9600 6 ай бұрын
How many were able to read by themself? People were illiterate.
@Becky-ly4kh
@Becky-ly4kh 9 күн бұрын
@@koppite9600 the point is it could at the very least have been read in the language they spoke.
@koppite9600
@koppite9600 9 күн бұрын
@@Becky-ly4kh Any Christian is to do what the church says, not what seems good.
@Becky-ly4kh
@Becky-ly4kh 9 күн бұрын
@@koppite9600 so Christian’s were to let their priests tell them to pay large amounts to get to heaven, having their priests not let them take full communion because they wanted the wine to themselves, meanwhile their priest was participating in immoral lifestyles? Man is corrupt but God’s word isn’t hence why the Catholic Church got more and more corrupt. They didn’t want people knowing what the Bible said because it would mean they could no longer control them. “See to it that no one takes you captive by philosophy and empty deceit, according to human tradition, according to the elemental spirits of the world, and not according to Christ.” Colossians 2:8 “And he said to them, “Well did Isaiah prophesy of you hypocrites, as it is written, “‘This people honors me with their lips, but their heart is far from me; in vain do they worship me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men.’ You leave the commandment of God and hold to the tradition of men.” And he said to them, “You have a fine way of rejecting the commandment of God in order to establish your tradition!” Mark 7: 6-9 We need God’s word as our only authority so it means we can discern when corruption comes into any Church and cut it off. The body of Christ is the believers not a literal building. “All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” 2 Timothy 3:16
@pawekobylinski4634
@pawekobylinski4634 3 жыл бұрын
As usually the topic is considered from the point of faith. It is wrong. Reformation is 80% about politics, 10% about faith and 10% about something else.
@davidwv7370
@davidwv7370 2 жыл бұрын
You are 100% correct. If someone studies the reformation only from a religious perspective they will never understand it. I think a good place to start is 100 years before Luther when French kings "Kidnapped" the papacy for 100 years.
@eifelitorn
@eifelitorn 3 жыл бұрын
1:38 you explained the indulgences correctly, but that text in the bubble is wrong. The didn't remove sins, only reduced the time in purgatory.
@kuyachamp7618
@kuyachamp7618 2 жыл бұрын
The Church never intended this to happen it was because of widespread misinformation and other priests, bishops and even cardinals using indulgences to get bags full o' coins. This was later corrected by the Church but the damage has already been done, If it wasn't for that Dominican or any other priests who misinterpreted the indulgences as a way for salvation then none of this shit would've happen.
@ashleysr7887
@ashleysr7887 9 ай бұрын
Thank you for making this video. Much needed knowledge acquired!
@inhocsignovinces1081
@inhocsignovinces1081 Жыл бұрын
Martin Luther believed that Mary should be held in highest reverence, advocating the use of the first half of the Hail Mary (that is, "Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.") as a sign of reverence for and devotion to the Virgin
@GODISTRUTH77
@GODISTRUTH77 17 күн бұрын
Yeah in the beginning of his faith. Then he realized that wasn't correct. Oh my please always research what you research. Don't just take one source and run with it
@makrela1231
@makrela1231 3 жыл бұрын
Imagine if some bohemian farmers revolted and defeated 5 crusades by vagons
@Volnas97
@Volnas97 3 жыл бұрын
Yeah, and eyeless general would lead them. Don't be crazy, Like that would ever happen.
@makrela1231
@makrela1231 3 жыл бұрын
@@Volnas97 yeah I know, but that is just theory
@pieter-willemmoller9702
@pieter-willemmoller9702 3 жыл бұрын
@@makrela1231 a film theory
@gregdvorkin
@gregdvorkin 2 жыл бұрын
I feel you mainly answer the question "HOW did reformation happen?", not "WHY?"
@PaulaSays123
@PaulaSays123 Жыл бұрын
Thank you very much for this great video.
@kellieeverts8462
@kellieeverts8462 Жыл бұрын
Yes I've already got back ground on this but thank you for pointing out King Henry's support methods ....which we are to believe in support of refermation... obviously God is fortress for everyone and I'm sure those women were praying for mercy of God to take there soul's
@Errhhk
@Errhhk Жыл бұрын
No one asked you what you know
@b213videoz
@b213videoz Жыл бұрын
It was Catholics who were killingvwomen as witches 🤪
@RandomVidsforthought
@RandomVidsforthought Жыл бұрын
@@Errhhk Yet you replied
@Errhhk
@Errhhk Жыл бұрын
@@RandomVidsforthought don't remember asking you, nerd
@iandhr1
@iandhr1 2 жыл бұрын
"When Martin Luther nailed his protest up to the church door in 1517 he may not have realized the full significance of what he was doing. But 400 years later thanks to him my dear I could wear whatever I want on my John Thomas." - Graham Champan Monty Python's Meaning of Life. Couldn't resist. kzbin.info/www/bejne/hnWlm6Z8dt6craM
@lelonfurr1200
@lelonfurr1200 2 жыл бұрын
im a roman catholic ,and have been since the day i was born every sperm is sacred every sperm is good every sperm is need in your neighborhood
@SuperTonyony
@SuperTonyony 2 жыл бұрын
“I’m afraid it’s medical experiments for the lot o’ ya!”
@roncornelius8339
@roncornelius8339 Жыл бұрын
Very interesting 🧐 & I enjoy hearing a different view of the information. Thank You 😊
@franka792
@franka792 Жыл бұрын
So basically Christ’s church was fractured because of a discrepancy about a bill.
@mr.jglokta191
@mr.jglokta191 Жыл бұрын
I've been to Trent once and even had a look in the church. Very beautiful city with some fresco painted buildings still around. I highly recommend it as a travel destination 🙂
@klaguardia2326
@klaguardia2326 Ай бұрын
Is it the one which was bought by Muslims?
@g.alistar7798
@g.alistar7798 2 жыл бұрын
One of the greatest errors of the Church of Rome is that of making the church, and not the bible, the immediate and final authority in all matters of divine revelation. Her claim is that the church's authority is restricted to matters of faith and moral conduct, and is not found in the fields of science, art, and history. She argues that there were many things which Christ and the apostles taught which were not record in the Bible (John 20:30 and 21:25), but these, it is assured, have been preserved by the church and are binding as are those precepts which are written. It is also assumed by the Church of Rome that the voice of her pope is the voice of God, and to his declaration the same obedience should be given as to God Himself. These communications through the supposed vicar of Christ thus become, to the Romanist, as authoritative as are the unrecorded words of Christ and the apostles, which the Roman Catholic Church claims to have conserved, or, as authoritative as the written words of Scripture. That the Church of Rome deems the decisions and rules of the church to be infallible and authoritative above the written Word of God is proven by many of her decisions and judgments. In reply to these unfounded claims, it may be observed that the Roman Catholic Church has preserved nothing of spiritual value, nor have her traditions added any vital element to that now preserved by God in the Holy Scriptures. Truth did have its saving and sanctifying power in the early church (note: this early church was NOT Roman Catholic) before any word of the New Testament was written, but the saving and sanctifying truth was incorporated into the Bible and, beyond this, the traditions of Rome accomplish nothing but multiplied errors and misleading contradictions. We are now confronted with the fact and scope of tradition. One should examine the Scriptures on this point with care (2 Thess 2:15; 3:6, Gal. 1:14), and remember that Christ came into the world at a time when the Word of God was entrusted with the "traditions of men" to the point that the authority of God was, to a large degree, annulled. Christ disregarded the traditions of men and for this was condemned by the religious leaders of His day." Lewis S. Chafer, Systematic Theology, page 14, Prolegomena.
@NightOwlWise
@NightOwlWise 3 жыл бұрын
I like it. I just wish I could hear this great info in my Arabic language. As a man of the middle east I never heard enough infomation of diffrent sources and as you know our orthodox and catholic churches in middle east the will never write objectively or impartial about such an important happing. Now I left all churches but I am alwayes hongry for such good content. Thank you for sharing it with us.
@maxipaw-dc5xj
@maxipaw-dc5xj Жыл бұрын
I'm not a Christian but I find this very interesting
@ziggyustar3137
@ziggyustar3137 Жыл бұрын
3 kinds of christianity evangelicals/ catholics/ and the rest that just celebrate the holy days and the rest of the time there tv is church/ difference Kingdom citizen are followers of Christ actually read what Christ came for... Read Acts for more
@f22cap2s2k
@f22cap2s2k Жыл бұрын
I hope Christ finds you.
@davidhall2197
@davidhall2197 Жыл бұрын
You can go through all the academic, theology and psychological reasons until the cows come home but the answer is really simple...it needed to for the church to get put back on the right track.
@usayeed727
@usayeed727 3 жыл бұрын
Great to see this topic. The Catholic Reformation was my thesis for my A Level History. Really interesting period even for a Muslim such as myself.
@sakuragihanamichi1042
@sakuragihanamichi1042 2 жыл бұрын
THE HISTORY AND TRUTH ABOUT CATHOLIC CHURCH 1. The Catholic Church canonized the Bible. Catholic Bishops in late 3rd century AD determined the 46 Old Testament books and 27 New Testament books. Catholic monks copy the Bible by hand to preserve that took them 10 years to complete one and protect it. Even Christ himself never wrote a single letter but message of salvation he left on his Apostles that all tombs are under the premises of Catholic Church. How Bible became supreme source of authority within Church when there is no Bible in first 400 years of Christianity. 2. The Catholic Church gave us the Gregorian Calendar which we all use today. 3. The Catholic Church gave us the date for Easter. 4. The Catholic Church gave us the date for Christmas which means Christ - Mass. ( Christians Mass ) 5. The remains of all of the Apostles and Gospel writers are in Catholic Churches Some relics are divided between Catholic Churches. 5.1 St. Peter is in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. 5.2 St. Paul is in St. Paul's Church in Rome. 5.3 St. Matthew (also the Evangelist) is in the Cathedral of St. Matthew in Messina, Sicily. 5.4 St. James the Greater is in St. James Church in Compostela Spain. 5.5 St. James the Less (the Just) is in the Basilica of the Holy Apostles in Rome. 5.6 St. Bartholomew is in St. Bartholomew-in-the- island Church in Rome. 5.7 St. Andrew is in the Cathedral of Amalfi in Italy. 5.8 St. Philip is in the Church of the Dodici Apostoli in Rome, Basilica of the Holy Apostles. 5.9 St. Simon is in the Vatican, under the Altar of the Crucifixion. 5.10 St. Jude is in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. 5. 11 St. Thomas is in the Cathedral of Saint Thomas in Mylapore, India. 5.12 St. Matthias is in St. Matthews Abbey in Trier Germany, and in St. Mary Major Basilica in Rome. 5. 13 St. John is in the ruins of the Basilica of St.John in Ephesus Turkey. "You are built upon the foundation of the Apostles and Prophets with Jesus Christ Himself as the Chief Corner Stone." Ephesians 2:20. Even though he was not an Apostle, he did write the Gospel of Mark. St. Mark the Evangeslist is in St. Mark's Church in Venice, Italy. Even though he was not an Apostle, he did write the Gospel of Luke. St. Luke the Evangelist is in the Basilica of Santa Giustina in Padua, Italy. ( 13 Jesus Disciple and 4 Evangelist relics/ tombs all are under the premises of the Universal Church) The first Christian Martyr. Acts 7:60 St. Stephen is in Rome in the Basilica of St.Lawrence Outside the Walls. The first person to arrive at the tomb of the Risen Christ. John 20:1 St. Mary Magdalene is in the Basilica of St. Maximin in Villalata, France. He produced the first Bible containing both Old and New Testaments, the Latin Vulgate. St.Jerome is in St. Mary Major Basilica in Rome. We know from the many authentic Relics that Catholic Church has in its possession. Among them are: 1. The Relic of the True Cross on which Jesus Christ was crucified. John 19:17-18 2. The "INRI" inscription from the True Cross, called "Titulus Crucis". John 19-19 3. The Nails which held Jesus to the cross. John 20:25 4. The Lance Point of Saint Longinus which pierced the side of Jesus. John 19:34 5. The Crown of Thorns and the individual thorns from it. John 19:2 6. The Table used at the Last Supper is in St. John Lateran Basilica in Rome. Matthew 26:20 7. The Scala Santa, the steps which Jesus Christ ascended on His way to meet Pontius Pilate. 8. The Chains of Saint Peter, in the Church of St.Peter in Chains in Rome. The Crusades were a series of religious wars initiated, supported, and directed by the Latin Church or Roman Catholic Church in the medieval period. The best known of these Crusades are those to the Holy Land in the period between 1095 and 1291 that were intended to recover Jerusalem and its surrounding area from Islamic rule. None from 40,000 plus Protestant denominations fight for Jerusalem, only the Catholic Church. Church of Holy Sepulcher where Christ was crucified, died, buried and resurrected was the most holiest place in whole Christendom are under the premises of only two Pre - denominational Christian Church of Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox who basically One and Same for first one thousand years. Many more......... We know from its sheer Size and Rapid Growth, with over 1,400,000,000* (One Billion, Four Hundred Million) members, or one in fifth of the entire population of the earth, as of January 2021, more than half of the total membership of the largest single non- Catholic denomination. In 2021, the Catholic Church grew to over 1,370,540,000* members, plus another 316,000,000* Orthodox. Bar none, the Catholic Church is the fastest growing Christian Church in the world. All of the over 46,400+++ various Non-Catholic denominations, collectively added, total less* than the Catholic membership. For those detractors of the Catholic Church who say that numbers are irrelevant, they are in effect, saying that Satan is winning souls and that GOD is losing souls. They are saying that more people are convinced by the lie from the father of lies, John 8:44, than they are convinced of the truth of GOD, John 14:6. They have forgotten, or maybe they never knew, that Satan can only do what GOD allows him to do. #One #Holy #Catholic #Apostolic #33AD Mr. Intenet can affirmed it, Search it
@dimitrimolotovvyacheslav4604
@dimitrimolotovvyacheslav4604 2 жыл бұрын
@@sakuragihanamichi1042 ok, sola scriptura
@RodMartinJr
@RodMartinJr 2 жыл бұрын
Yes, all of history is fascinating. *_Motivation!_* Why do people do what they do? The early church ruined Christianity, betraying their flock with the *_only unforgivable sin._* Ref: *_Trinity Treason_*
@PatQuiroz
@PatQuiroz Жыл бұрын
@@dimitrimolotovvyacheslav4604 Show me scripture that proves this, oh yea you cant
@goofygrandlouis6296
@goofygrandlouis6296 Жыл бұрын
Yeah, well... Islam would *DEFINTELY* need a Reformation, as well. There's a looooot to do, on a loooooot of topics.
@miguelservetus9534
@miguelservetus9534 2 жыл бұрын
Please consider reading ‘Fatal Discord. Erasmus, Luther and the Struggle for the Western Mind”. One of the most influential books on my perception of history and oddly of humanity.
@hereigoagain5050
@hereigoagain5050 Жыл бұрын
I loved "Fatal Discord." Why waste time on "Game of Thrones"?
@Skr121
@Skr121 Жыл бұрын
Very disappointed that political factors were ignored. Also, there were 12 German translations before Luther attempted his own. By the catholic church.
@ggbenisty6909
@ggbenisty6909 Жыл бұрын
im so confused the protestant reformation makes 0 sense to me like I genuinely am going to fail because of this
@bigmikegaming1583
@bigmikegaming1583 2 жыл бұрын
its fun to learn history. never had it in high school ( unless you wanna count world geography ) so i watch channels like this, watch history memes, play games like ( assassins creed ), etc. it's a lot to take in, but history's worth learning
@jerryklooster438
@jerryklooster438 Жыл бұрын
Just curious...what state are you in that doesn't require that world and American history be taught in high school?
@helphelper9549
@helphelper9549 Жыл бұрын
@@jerryklooster438 maybe he dropped out before he took those classes
@karenryder6317
@karenryder6317 Жыл бұрын
@@jerryklooster438 Only one year (and possibly only one semester) is allotted to the entirety of World History class. Not room for a whole lot of content to be covered. That happens in the teaching of American History as well but the greater problem is that schools in some states are being prohibited from teaching anything other than a literally "white washed" curriculum whereby America virtue progressively grows to lead the world. In Florida, those who believe in "American Exceptionalism" dominate the government and are using state degrees to dictate what is to be taught. There are no literal book burnings but most certainly a massive amount of book banning.
@jerryklooster438
@jerryklooster438 Жыл бұрын
@@karenryder6317 Required curriculum varies from state to state. National learning standards would be an improvement over the mishmash we have now. The Common Core curriculum was a bipartisan effort from the nation's governors, but despite being endorsed by many leading conservative, the right wing nut jobs were able to convince their base that the Common Core infringed on a state's right to teach unscientific and religious dogma.
@ziggyustar3137
@ziggyustar3137 Жыл бұрын
school basically teaches you to read after that your really on your own to decide which books you read to lift yourself up/school never touches on anything controversial/ Church only tells you what they want you to know never discovering the differences how ever subtle. see Dr. Myles Munroe for history on Bahamas if You think this is interesting/Bahamas was under England well let him tell you on KZbin/
@NathanS__
@NathanS__ 3 жыл бұрын
"Polish-Lithuanian empire" Alright, calm down Poland.
@jjforcebreaker
@jjforcebreaker 3 жыл бұрын
We never used that word, and to be honest it's the first time I see that political entity being called an 'empire'. It was a commonwealth.
@mangoldm
@mangoldm Жыл бұрын
I find it fascinating that the source of knowledge was shifted from the Pope to the Bible rather than from faith to science. It seems to me just a rearrangement of false idols.
@hkkhgffh3613
@hkkhgffh3613 Жыл бұрын
For real! Visiting the reformation monument in Geneva my horizon was significantly widened as Zwingli et.al. where in center while loother was placed somewhere at the side!
@Outspoken.Humanist
@Outspoken.Humanist Жыл бұрын
This account leaves out the political will in Germany to rid themselves of papal taxes, which explains why Lutheranism became popular so quickly. It also suggests that that Henry VIII's establishment of a new church was a separate movement from Luther's reformation. It wasn't. In fact, the erstwhile 'defender of the faith' and favourite of Rome, adopted Protestantism for his own purposes, he did not invent a new Christianity.
@soviet_yoda8820
@soviet_yoda8820 3 жыл бұрын
I personally say the Hussites were the first reformation that were generally somewhat succesfull
@user-gw9kq7qm2k
@user-gw9kq7qm2k Жыл бұрын
Excellent. Thank you.
@tubekulose
@tubekulose 4 ай бұрын
Your pronunciation of the German names is hilarious: "Marden Luser", "Elbört of Meins", "Dshon Kelvin", "Alric Suingli"... 🤣🤣🤣
@lifebusiness9640
@lifebusiness9640 3 жыл бұрын
Thanks to William Tyndale for his English Translation of the Bible!!!
@bawbjusbawb6471
@bawbjusbawb6471 2 жыл бұрын
A man who gave his life for the word of God!
@davidseverance5077
@davidseverance5077 Жыл бұрын
So it was William Tyndale that changed the verse of, 'and Son of God.' Mark 1:1 verse line.
@tomrudolsen6235
@tomrudolsen6235 11 ай бұрын
And a thanks to the printning press that made it possible for every man to read the Bible in their own language. NOT being told by a Catholic priest what God's Word is about and being interpreted in the way the Pope and the Catholic clergymen, wished to control and terrorize ordinary people. I don't think God approved. 😊😮❤😎👍👌
@tomrudolsen6235
@tomrudolsen6235 11 ай бұрын
Printing press not printning ...sorry😊❤😂😂😎👍👌
@mnk9073
@mnk9073 3 жыл бұрын
It's always fun how everyone tends to focus on Luther because Calvin and Zwingli were basically protestant taliban.
@karenryder6317
@karenryder6317 Жыл бұрын
Yes, extremes of fundamentalism are present in every religion.
@goofygrandlouis6296
@goofygrandlouis6296 Жыл бұрын
Absolutely right !
@elijahcademartori9854
@elijahcademartori9854 Жыл бұрын
Also probably because Luther's views on protestantism and the theology it influenced is the most widely held view today. Calvinism is around and has produced some great theologians. But is a more minority view.
@mnk9073
@mnk9073 Жыл бұрын
@@elijahcademartori9854 Sure but reducing the Reformation to Luther is like reducing the Beatles to Paul McCartney. But I get it, no Protestant really wants to be associated with the fundamentalist bigotry of Knox, Calvin or Zwingli or their equally overzealous puritan successors like Cromwell...
@russchadwell
@russchadwell Жыл бұрын
What would a side by side comparison of each translation done within their respective locale look like? Did they each match verbatim? If so, were the translations all done completely independent of one another?
@ivanhicks887
@ivanhicks887 Жыл бұрын
Very Good Presentation
@elijeremiah1058
@elijeremiah1058 Жыл бұрын
It’s funny how Luther’s big hook was that the Bible alone should be the final authority instead of the Catholic Church, and now all these years later the denomination named after Luther has gay marriage in their churches! Just goes to show that when every moron has their own interpretation of the Bible, you obviously need an authoritative structure to state the true interpretation. That’s why God instituted the Church!
@stinkynacho2362
@stinkynacho2362 3 ай бұрын
How about all of the other churches that have rejected gay union? Why has the pope claimed support? Why is the Catholic church helping build a one world religion temple? These are things that Catholics seem to be ignoring.
@jerryklooster438
@jerryklooster438 2 ай бұрын
eli - I think you're right. Without an authoritative structure, how would our existing religious fantasies be perpetuated?
@andrew0.033
@andrew0.033 Ай бұрын
@@jerryklooster438 atheistic*
@dylan5820
@dylan5820 Ай бұрын
But at the same time, the very reason the reform happened is because the church itself was corrupt. So, does the church being the authority surpasses Scripture?
@johnmills1816
@johnmills1816 24 күн бұрын
And now the pope is steering the Roman church the same way.
@raphcest8408
@raphcest8408 3 жыл бұрын
Calvin isn t originally Swiss but French and he started his Reformation in France before leaving to Geneva
@goofygrandlouis6296
@goofygrandlouis6296 Жыл бұрын
Calvin was a mad man, an extremist of the worst kind.
@jonbold
@jonbold 4 ай бұрын
My ancestor, Wibald, a Catholic Priest from Wales, authored catechisms and biblical translations from Latin into Franconian for Charlemagne, then King of the Franks, prior to 800AD. A contemporary of Alquin of York.
@antagonist7924
@antagonist7924 4 ай бұрын
God Bless that man. Ave Christus Rex.
@johnfairweather7012
@johnfairweather7012 7 ай бұрын
In short, indulgences. The Pope was going a bit far to say you could buy your way out of purgatory
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