Answer in History for hafsah #158385
- Roman Catholic Church was the most powerful institution in western Europe during medieval ages. It prohibited art, education, science, and philosophy and seen them as threats. Just imagine that if Church would have promoted these arts and discipline then do you think that Europe would have/have not experience renaissance, reformation, geographical discoveries, enlightenment and revolutions? How do you visualize that kind of medieval Europe? Describe.
The Renaissance shaped the Humanist individuals. The Humanists were the scholars and educationalists of the time. They pursued knowledge and truth by scrutinizing the traditional texts and the Holy Bible. The process led to Renaissance or the so-called re-birth. Renaissance transformed the logical landscape of intelligence. As a result, the re-birth led to geographical discoveries, enlightenment, revolutions, and reformations. Europe was divided into Catholicism and Protestantism. It should be noted that these dynamic changes in Europe were inevitable.
Based on the conservativeness of the Catholic Church, no one was allowed to question the dogmas of the Catholic Church. Thanks to all the processes enacted by the reformers, then the truth was verified. The Catholic Church had to correct some errors committed by its leaders. Therefore, with or without the prohibition of the Catholic Church, renaissance, geographical discoveries, enlightenment, revolutions, and reformations were unstoppable processes that Europe needed to embrace for a better future.