Essay on Impact Of The Reformation On The 19th Century

1541 Words Feb 22nd, 2016 7 Pages
Big Impacts Too Many Rebels
For centuries, great minds have examined the debate of the impact of the Reformation, Scientific Advancement, and and Explorers between the 16th and 18th centuries. Many events occurred such as the rebellion against the Roman Catholic Church (which of course is the reformation; starting in 1517 and ending in 1648), The French and Indian War ( 1754-1763), and the Stamp Act (1765). All these events occurred from the early 1500’s and mid 1700’s. Later on in the 1700’s, occurred the American Revolution (1765-1783), The French Revolution (1789-1799), and Napoleon Bonaparte’s French invasion of Russia (which started on June 24th, 1812). All of these events occurred within the 17th century.
All of these events contributed to the idea that the world needed big impacts and revolutionary ideas to change the world in good way. Thus, the most important period in time to me was the reformation because the reformation created a big rebellion against the powerful Roman Catholic Church, which started from Martin Luther’s 95 Thesis; and other religions were created after the reformation such as Lutheranism, Baptists, Puritans, and Quakers. The most important period to me was the reformation because it helped to revive and create new religions such as christianity, Lutheranism, Puritans, and quakers. Indeed supporters of the reformation believe that the reformation created a big rebellion against the powerful Roman Catholic Church. The reformation started…

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