The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism Character Descriptions

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Benjamin Franklin

This person believes the argument that the Protestant ethic led to successful capitalism.

Martin Luther

This person was one of the leaders of the Reformation which began in Europe in the sixteenth century.

Jean Calvin

This person's doctrines were considered by many to be harsh and radical.

John Wesley

This person believed that work was a condition of grace and that those who did not perform good works were not true believers.

John Bunyan

This person wrote "Pilgrim's Progress".

Richard Baxter

Thia person wrote the Christian Directory which is the most complete work on Puritan ethics.

Philipp Jakob Spener

This person was known as the father of Pietism.

Nicklaus Zinzendorf

This person was a leader of the Moravian church and followed the Puritanical doctrine that man could be judged by other men on his state of grace.

Robert Barclay

This person was a Quaker and wrote...

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