Decline of The Medieval Church
By: Drew McAdams, Chris Henry, Mason McConnell
The start of the Decline
The decline of the medieval church started in the 14th and 15th century. The spirit towards the church led to the church's decline.
Affect of the Decline
The Reformation came in the 16th century in accordance to the 14th and 15th century because of how strong the decline was. Criticism of the church continued and became larger as the church still declined spiritual leadership.
After pressures from outside of the church, spirits started to grow as did attitudes. The spirit towards the church cause the church's attitude to improve, therefore the church adapted to the new environment around them in a positive way.
Boniface VIII and Philip IV
Encounters between Boniface VIII and french ruler Philip IV showed evidence of developing nationalism and the opposing to agree with another church, proving the decline of the church.
Medieval Christian Church