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Foy WH Ch. 19/20 Voc

TermDefinition
Renaissance a period of "rebirth" and creativity that followed Europe's Middle Ages
humanism the study of history, literature, public speaking, and art that led to a new way of thinking in Europe in the late 1300's
Christian humanism the combination of humanist and religious ideas
Reformation a reform movement against the Roman Catholic Church that began in 1517; it resulted in the creation of Protestant churches
Protestants a Christian who protested against the Catholic Church
Catholic Reformation the effort of the late 1500's and 1600's to reform the Catholic Church from within; also called the Counter-Reformation
Jesuits members of a Catholic religious order created to serve the pope and church
federalism the sharing of power between local governments and a strong central government
Scientific Revolution a series of events that led to the birth of modern science; it lasted from about 1540 to 1700
circumnavigate to go all the way around
Created by: lfoy8290