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10.JOHN CALVIN AND REFORMATION IN THE FRENCH PART OF SWITZERLANDnd  Calvin is a student in Paris, when he is about to be burned on the stake because of his Protestant belief. In the very last moment he succeeds in climbing down the wall of a house with some sheets. For years he is hunted by the authorities of the Roman-Catholic Church, because he preaches the Gospel without fear. In Geneva he finds his working place.

10.JOHN CALVIN AND REFORMATION IN THE FRENCH PART OF SWITZERLANDnd Calvin is a student in Paris, when he is about to be burned on the stake because of his Protestant belief. In the very last moment he succeeds in climbing down the wall of a house with some sheets. For years he is hunted by the authorities of the Roman-Catholic Church, because he preaches the Gospel without fear. In Geneva he finds his working place.

9.THE REFORMATION IN SWITZERLAND Ulrich Zwingli  Ulrich Zwingli is the reformer of Switzerland. His sermons convince the councillors of Zurich to destroy all the images of the town. God`s law is restored. In the decalogue it is written: You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth benaeth or in the waters below. You shall not bow to them or worship them.

9.THE REFORMATION IN SWITZERLAND Ulrich Zwingli Ulrich Zwingli is the reformer of Switzerland. His sermons convince the councillors of Zurich to destroy all the images of the town. God`s law is restored. In the decalogue it is written: You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth benaeth or in the waters below. You shall not bow to them or worship them.

8.THE PROTEST OF THE LANDLORDS Princes Help Protestantism To Get Started  The Emperor wants to force five protestant princes of Germany to adopt Roman-Catholicism again. These princes risk their lifes when protesting against the Emperor’s will, but are protected by the Almighty. Since then the members of the Lutheran Church are called protestants.

8.THE PROTEST OF THE LANDLORDS Princes Help Protestantism To Get Started The Emperor wants to force five protestant princes of Germany to adopt Roman-Catholicism again. These princes risk their lifes when protesting against the Emperor’s will, but are protected by the Almighty. Since then the members of the Lutheran Church are called protestants.

7.THE WARTBURG Martin Luther And The German Bible  On the Diet at Worms Martin Luther is made an outlaw. Anyone may kill the Reformer without being punished for murdering. Therefore Frederick the Wise, Elector of Saxony, orders Luther to be taken captive. Actually he is brought to the Wartburg to be in safety. In this Castle Luther translates the New Testament into the German language.

7.THE WARTBURG Martin Luther And The German Bible On the Diet at Worms Martin Luther is made an outlaw. Anyone may kill the Reformer without being punished for murdering. Therefore Frederick the Wise, Elector of Saxony, orders Luther to be taken captive. Actually he is brought to the Wartburg to be in safety. In this Castle Luther translates the New Testament into the German language.

6.THE DIET OF WORMS Martin Luther And The Rulers  April 18th, 1521: Martin Luther, standing in front of the rulers of Germany, is told to revoke his reformatory statements against the Roman-Catholic Church. He is on the brink of the stake. Luther`s answer: „Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise. God help me. Amen.“ From this hour onwards the religious landscape of Europe is changed.

6.THE DIET OF WORMS Martin Luther And The Rulers April 18th, 1521: Martin Luther, standing in front of the rulers of Germany, is told to revoke his reformatory statements against the Roman-Catholic Church. He is on the brink of the stake. Luther`s answer: „Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise. God help me. Amen.“ From this hour onwards the religious landscape of Europe is changed.

5.THE 95 THESES Martin Luther And The Reformation In Germany  On the 31st of October 1517 ninety-five theses are fixed by Martin Luther on the Castle-Church in Wittenberg, Germany. The lies of the Roman-Catholic Church are made publicly. Indulgences cannot help a single soul. They only increase the finances of the Church. The doctrines of the Church of Rome are shaken.

5.THE 95 THESES Martin Luther And The Reformation In Germany On the 31st of October 1517 ninety-five theses are fixed by Martin Luther on the Castle-Church in Wittenberg, Germany. The lies of the Roman-Catholic Church are made publicly. Indulgences cannot help a single soul. They only increase the finances of the Church. The doctrines of the Church of Rome are shaken.

4.THE CHANGE  Martin Luther - From Anxiety To Joy  The student Martin Luther is taken by surprise in a heavy thunderstorm. He fears to be killed by a lightning and makes a vow to become a monk in order to survive. He enters the cloister, fulfilling his vow. The student of law moves on to become a student of the Bible. Later on he will reform the Christian world.

4.THE CHANGE Martin Luther - From Anxiety To Joy The student Martin Luther is taken by surprise in a heavy thunderstorm. He fears to be killed by a lightning and makes a vow to become a monk in order to survive. He enters the cloister, fulfilling his vow. The student of law moves on to become a student of the Bible. Later on he will reform the Christian world.

3.THE MARTYR  John Huss And The Reformation In Bohemia  On the 6th of July 1415 John Huss is burned on the stake in Konstanz, Germany. As Professor of Theology in Prag, he has spread the teachings of John Wycliff about the Gospel through Europe. The Council is helpless because of the steadfastness of the Reformer, who is not afraid of the flames. Huss dies with confidence and firm belief in the resurrection from the dead.

3.THE MARTYR John Huss And The Reformation In Bohemia On the 6th of July 1415 John Huss is burned on the stake in Konstanz, Germany. As Professor of Theology in Prag, he has spread the teachings of John Wycliff about the Gospel through Europe. The Council is helpless because of the steadfastness of the Reformer, who is not afraid of the flames. Huss dies with confidence and firm belief in the resurrection from the dead.

2.THE MORNING STAR OF THE REFORMATION John Wycliff And The Reformation In England  Being gloat over the serious sickness of Wycliff, some monks show up in his bedchamber, telling him, as one on the brink of the grave, to revoke his critical statements about the Church of Rome. Wycliff`s answer: „I shall not die, but live and declare the evil deeds of the friars.“ The monks rush in astonishment and confusion from the chamber. As Wycliff had foretold so it came to pass.

2.THE MORNING STAR OF THE REFORMATION John Wycliff And The Reformation In England Being gloat over the serious sickness of Wycliff, some monks show up in his bedchamber, telling him, as one on the brink of the grave, to revoke his critical statements about the Church of Rome. Wycliff`s answer: „I shall not die, but live and declare the evil deeds of the friars.“ The monks rush in astonishment and confusion from the chamber. As Wycliff had foretold so it came to pass.

1.THE EARLY CHURCH A Stony Path  The Waldenses possess the Holy Scriptures like the early Christians and spread the true Gospel through Europe during the Middle Ages. The Roman-Catholic Church persecutes them in a brutal way. Despite all campaigns against them, they continue talking of Jesus Christ, who died for our sins on the cross.

1.THE EARLY CHURCH A Stony Path The Waldenses possess the Holy Scriptures like the early Christians and spread the true Gospel through Europe during the Middle Ages. The Roman-Catholic Church persecutes them in a brutal way. Despite all campaigns against them, they continue talking of Jesus Christ, who died for our sins on the cross.

Introduction - THE BIG FIVE: The Heirdom Of The Reformators  John Huss in Bohemia, John Wycliff in England, Martin Luther in Germany, John Calvin in the French part of Switzerland and Ulrich Zwingli in the German part of Switzerland are the big figures of the Reformation. Their influence is still alive. They have made an impression on the world because of their devotion to Christ.

Introduction - THE BIG FIVE: The Heirdom Of The Reformators John Huss in Bohemia, John Wycliff in England, Martin Luther in Germany, John Calvin in the French part of Switzerland and Ulrich Zwingli in the German part of Switzerland are the big figures of the Reformation. Their influence is still alive. They have made an impression on the world because of their devotion to Christ.

10.DIE REFORMATION IN DER FRANZÖSISCHSPRACHIGE SCHWEIZ Johannes Calvin  Calvin ist noch Student, als man ihn, den überaus begabten Protestanten, in Paris dem Feuertod übergeben will. Im letzten Moment gelingt ihm die Flucht mittels Leintüchern über die Fassade des mehrstöckigen Wohnhauses. Ein Leben lang wird er von der römisch-katholischen Kirche gejagt, weil er furchtlos das Wort Gottes verkündigt.

10.DIE REFORMATION IN DER FRANZÖSISCHSPRACHIGE SCHWEIZ Johannes Calvin Calvin ist noch Student, als man ihn, den überaus begabten Protestanten, in Paris dem Feuertod übergeben will. Im letzten Moment gelingt ihm die Flucht mittels Leintüchern über die Fassade des mehrstöckigen Wohnhauses. Ein Leben lang wird er von der römisch-katholischen Kirche gejagt, weil er furchtlos das Wort Gottes verkündigt.

9.DER ÜBERWINDER Ulrich Zwingli und die Reformation in der deutschsprachige Schweiz  Zwingli ist der Reformator der deutschsprachigen Schweiz. Seine aufrüttelnden Predigten überzeugen den Stadtrat von Zürich und führen zur systematischen Vernichtung der römisch-katholischen Statuen. Das Gesetz Gottes in Bezug auf das Bildergebot wird wiederhergestellt. „Du sollst dir kein Bildnis machen… Bete sie nicht an und diene ihnen nicht.“

9.DER ÜBERWINDER Ulrich Zwingli und die Reformation in der deutschsprachige Schweiz Zwingli ist der Reformator der deutschsprachigen Schweiz. Seine aufrüttelnden Predigten überzeugen den Stadtrat von Zürich und führen zur systematischen Vernichtung der römisch-katholischen Statuen. Das Gesetz Gottes in Bezug auf das Bildergebot wird wiederhergestellt. „Du sollst dir kein Bildnis machen… Bete sie nicht an und diene ihnen nicht.“

8.DER PROTEST DER FÜRSTEN Der Reichstag zu Speyer 1529  Der Kaiser versucht die evangelisch gesinnten Fürsten des Heiligen Römischen Reiches deutscher Nation in die Knie zu zwingen und sie der römischen Kirche zu unterwerfen. Die glaubenstreuen Adeligen aber wagen unter Einsatz ihres Lebens dagegen zu protestieren und Widerstand zu leisten. Daher der Name „Protestanten“.

8.DER PROTEST DER FÜRSTEN Der Reichstag zu Speyer 1529 Der Kaiser versucht die evangelisch gesinnten Fürsten des Heiligen Römischen Reiches deutscher Nation in die Knie zu zwingen und sie der römischen Kirche zu unterwerfen. Die glaubenstreuen Adeligen aber wagen unter Einsatz ihres Lebens dagegen zu protestieren und Widerstand zu leisten. Daher der Name „Protestanten“.

7.DIE WARTBURG Martin Luther und die deutsche Bibelübersetzung  Auf dem Reichstag zu Worms wird Martin Luther geächtet und für vogelfrei erklärt. Um dem Reformator das Überleben zu ermöglichen, lässt ihn Kurfürst Friedrich der Weise zum Schein überfallen und auf die Wartburg in Sicherheit bringen. Dort übersetzt Martin Luther das Neue Testament in die deutsche Sprache.

7.DIE WARTBURG Martin Luther und die deutsche Bibelübersetzung Auf dem Reichstag zu Worms wird Martin Luther geächtet und für vogelfrei erklärt. Um dem Reformator das Überleben zu ermöglichen, lässt ihn Kurfürst Friedrich der Weise zum Schein überfallen und auf die Wartburg in Sicherheit bringen. Dort übersetzt Martin Luther das Neue Testament in die deutsche Sprache.

6.DER REICHSTAG ZU WORMS Martin Luther vor den Mächtigen  Am 18. April 1521 wird Martin Luther vor dem Kaiser und dem Adel der deutschen Nation aufgefordert, seine reformatorischen Ansichten zu widerrufen. Obwohl ihm der Tod droht, bleibt der Reformator standhaft. „Hier stehe ich. Ich kann nicht anders. Gott helfe mir. Amen!“ Von dieser Stunde an verändert sich die religiöse Landschaft Europas grundlegend.

6.DER REICHSTAG ZU WORMS Martin Luther vor den Mächtigen Am 18. April 1521 wird Martin Luther vor dem Kaiser und dem Adel der deutschen Nation aufgefordert, seine reformatorischen Ansichten zu widerrufen. Obwohl ihm der Tod droht, bleibt der Reformator standhaft. „Hier stehe ich. Ich kann nicht anders. Gott helfe mir. Amen!“ Von dieser Stunde an verändert sich die religiöse Landschaft Europas grundlegend.