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Edict of Worms
Martin Luther would not recant a statement that he made at the Deit of Worms, were he said that he didn't trust the Pope or in councils, but only the world of God only. Emperor Charles then created the Edict of Worms, which declared Luther as an outlaw and heretic.
Diet of Worms
Declared by Emperor Charles X to discuss Martin Luther and the affects of the Protestant Reformation. This diet led to the Edict of Worms.
A manual of Christian Doctrine, which included the Ten Commandments, the Apostles' Creed, the Lord's Prayer, Baptism and the Eucharist. Martin Luther wrote to Catechisms, one large and one small.
Council of Trent
Was an Ecumenical Council prompted by the Protestant Reformation, was seen to be the embodiment of the counter reformation.
Efforts of those who were loyal to the pope and supportive of the customary practices of the Roman Catholic Church to counter the Protestant reformers.
First Diet of Speyer- Until a council could be held to discuss the developments the Princes could worship as they wished.
Second Diet of Speyer- Declared that Lutheranism was only allowed in territories where it could not be suppressed by violence.
Six Lutheran Princes- Protested this arrangement and were subsequently called Protestants.
Diet of Augsburg- Meeting called by Emperor to solve the religious question.
Augsburg Confession- Written by Melanchthon that said Catholics and Protestants should reconcile and that they were quite similar. Only the Catholics signed the Confession.
Charles V- Ordered all Protestant territories to go back to traditional religious practice and if not they would be war.
Peace of Augsburg- Because there was no definite victor the Peace of Augsburg was established to resolve the fighting.