John Gutenberg created the printing press. It is significant because, it allowed people to create things faster and better, and it took less time than having people taking messages.
Erasmus wrote a book that named problems in the church. His work laid the foundations for Luther's Reformation.
Martin Luther made the 95 theses because the church wasn't doing the right things, and he wanted to made sure others knew about it. The 95 theses, which is a list of 95 complaints.
He traveled the bible into English. This allowed people to read the bible and start to question the practices of corrupt leaders.
He founded the Jesiuts (the society of Jesus). The Jesuits were one of the major spearheads of the counter-reformation.
In England, he was the major figure of the Reformation.
he was one of the original Jesuits and one of the greatest missionaries of all time.He was invited to go to the East Indies by John III of Portugal.
The Inquisition was when members hunted down and punished converted Muslims or Jews who were suspected of keeping teir old beliefs.
Wrote a book about Scientific Revolution
A meeting clergy from across Europe come together to discuss, debate, and eventually reform Catholic Teaching
Incident in the war, killed 3,000 protestants
Emphasized the importance of careful observations and detailed, accurate records. He charted the positions of more than 750 stars. This made evidence and facts important also.
Zacharias Janssen invented the microscope, and Galileo used it to study the planets.
Ended the Thirty Year War. It allowed rulers to determine whether their countries would be Catholic or Protestant. This is the beginning of the freedom of religion in the United States.
Discovered the Americans.