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The Reformationwhich originated in the German lands in the early 16th century from the ideas of Martin Luther —had a considerable impact on Samfundsfag c bog. The Danish Reformation started in the mids. Some Danes wanted access to the Bible in their own language.

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His scandalized superiors ordered him out of Zealand and held him in the priory at Viborg under samfundsfag c bog confinement until he should come to samfundsfag c bog senses. Within days Tausen's ideas swept through the town. The then radical ideas of Luther found a receptive audience.

Tausen's preaching converted ordinary people, merchants, nobles, and monks and even the Prior grew to appreciate Tausen and ordered his release. His followers broke open a Franciscan Abbey so they could listen to Tausen, who packed the church daily for services. The town leaders protected Tausen from the Bishop of Viborg.

Lutheranism spread quickly to Aarhus and Aalborg. Within months King Frederick appointed Tausen as one of his personal chaplains October samfundsfag c bog order to protect him from Catholics.

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Tausen's version of Luther's ideas spread throughout Denmark. Copenhagen became a hotbed of reformist activity and Tausen moved there to continue his work.


His reputation preceded him and the excitement of hearing the liturgy in Danish brought thousands of people out to hear him. With the kings' permission, churches in Samfundsfag c bog opened their doors to the Lutherans and held services samfundsfag c bog Catholics and for Lutherans at different times of the day.

They tore down statues and side-altars and destroyed artwork and reliquaries. Frederick I's policy of toleration insisted that the two competing groups share churches and pulpits peacefully, but this satisfied neither Lutherans nor Catholics.

Luther's ideas spread rapidly as a consequence of a powerful combination of popular enthusiasm for church reform and a royal eagerness to secure greater wealth through the seizure of church lands and property.

Dissatisfaction with the Catholic Church[ edit ] Dissatisfaction with the established Catholic Church had already been widespread in Denmark. Many people viewed the tithes and samfundsfag c bog — a constant source of irritation for farmers and merchants — as unjust. This became apparent once word got out that King Frederick and his son, Duke Christian had no sympathy with Franciscans who persistently made the rounds of the parishes to collect food, money, and clothing in addition samfundsfag c bog the tithes.

Between and many towns petitioned the king to close the Franciscan houses. With the royal letter in hand, mobs forcibly closed Franciscan abbeys all over Denmark. They beat up monks, two of whom died. People literally hounded Franciscan monks out of the towns.

Considering how strongly many people felt about removing all traces of Catholic traditions from Danish churches, surprisingly little violence took place.

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Luther's teaching had become so overwhelmingly popular that Danes systematically cleared churches of statues, paintings, wall-hangings, reliquaries and other Catholic elements without interference.

The only exceptions came in individual churches where the local churchmen refused to permit reform. Frederick I died in samfundsfag c bog the Viborg Assembly Danish: