Okay, working on some class notes for school, and I stumbled upon a sentence which seems like it's in another language to me in the text:
"To Luther’s emphasis on the individual’s relationship to God, Calvin added a focus on moral regeneration through church discipline and the autonomy of religious communities."
This is supposed to explain the way Jean Calvin modified the Lutheran form of protestantism, but I don't understand what it truly means. I have done research and understand Calvinism, the ideas of predestination and reliance on God's mercy significantly better than explained in the book, but I am unable still to decipher the above quotation. The best answers would explain the quotation and what it means on a literal scale, in terms of Calvinism, and possibly on at a more macroscopic level, if relevant.