The Importance Of The Reformation

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The most important period in the 16-18 century was the reformation because it had the most impact on the world. The reformation was the most important period over scientific revolution, and explorers because even though there were many more important events that occurred, Jesus Christ, Roman Catholic Church, Martin Luther, John Calvin, were the main occupants. Jesus Christ helped provide new religious ideas that Martin Luther later changed. There were many influential events from religious behalfs, all the way to scientific inventions. Jesus Christ helped provide a religion out of old ones, while Martin Luther began the movement of the Reformation. However, religion isn 't the only thing that impacted the world, the scientific revolution also …show more content…
In addition, the oppoisitincites evidence from britannica.com a lexure by robets westman. the author explains that “the Copernican theory had important consequences for later thinkers of the scientific revolution including galileo.” Copernicus idea was true, They proved mathematically that the planets revolve around the sun. His theory helped other scientist come up with other theories and inventions. This is more important than the reformation because if we didn 't have the scientific revolution than we wouldn 't have most of the things we do today. If we never moved forward with the revolution than we wouldn 't have the right technology to come up with …show more content…
Had a big impact on the world. in addition, the opposition cites evidence that encyclopedia britannica explained school.eb.com. the author maintains that “ modern physics owe its beginning to Galileo who was the first astronomer to use a telescope. He gave the first visual evidence that supported the copernican theory.” This research attempts to prove that before copernicus came up with this theory everyone believed that the earth was the center of the universe but with galileo 's invention of the telescope, He helped prove that the sun was the center. This changed everyone 's views of the world because his theory was very different than the teaching of the Roman Catholic

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