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    the Pope had a hand in their fate to either go to Heaven after death or to go to Hell. Therefore, they would seek the word of the church in almost every matter. However, this way of thinking would change for many people around 1517 with the birth of the Protestant Reformation. The protestant reformation was a religious movement that sprung forth after the Babylonian captivity of the Papacy and the Great Schism. The Babylonian captivity occurred from 1309 until 1377, during which seven successive popes maintained residence…

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    The Protestant Reformation was a major reform of the Christian church in response to problems that were found in the Catholic Church. Many people started to break away and form new Christian churches. The 1500s were times of alteration in and transformation of the church, and of social and political structures. Baptist, Anglican, Presbyterian and many other denominations of the protestant church are prominent in today’s society. However these types of churches did not always exist, and to…

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    press has also dramatically spread the use of literature, sharing information and mass communication. During the Protestant Reformation in the sixteenth century, both protestant believers and religious authorities had built a strong foundation for accepting new religious changes, including new forms of worship, political change from gathering public interest by using the printing press as a resource to spread the new beliefs in vernacular bibles, pamphlets,…

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    There is 3 different types of reformations that happened. There is the Protestant, Counter, and English Reformations. We are going to find out the differences and what happened in each one of these reformations. Martin Luther King started the protestant reformation. The protestant reformation is where Luther got really mad at the church and put the ninety-five thesis on the church door. The reason why he nailed the ninety-five thesis to the church door was because he got mad at the church and…

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    Introduction Historian Mr. Philip Schaff mentioned that Protestant Reformation marked the end of the middle ages and the beginning of the modern world (Dr. Jack L. Arnold, 1999). Protestant Reformation was the chief force in the history of the modern civilization. It contributed to the capitalism, the growth of secularism, democracy, and new social structure. The historian Ms. ÁoDài mentioned that Protestant Reformation witnessed the formation of the modern nation-state which from the feudal…

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    Martin Luther was responsible for the Protestant Reformation, which was when reformers pointed out problems with the church: corruption, simony, and sale of indulgences. During the Protestant Reformation new religions were created because reformers did not agree with Catholic Church. The Protestant Reformation had an effect in the Europeans’ society, economy, and the politics. Some effect influenced the European society but others led to diversity. The Protestant Reformation affected society in…

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    trigger the Protestant Reformation which would come to have violent ramifications all over Europe, which brings us to my thesis. Does religion incite or cause conflict? Both warfare and religion are large and diverse subjects, so this essay will look at some of the areas where these two areas coincided within Europe and the United States. In central and western Europe, the Catholic Church had grown extremely rich and powerful. So, when Martin Luther kick started the Protestant Reformation, it…

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    Introduction The history and documentation of the Protestant Reformation was described as a widespread theological revolt in Europe, against the abuses and totalitarian control of the Roman Catholic Church. There were three reformers who were identified in support of the cause. Martin Luther in Germany, Ulrich Zwingli in Switzerland, and John Calvin in France. These men stood by their beliefs and protested various unbiblical practices of the Catholic Church. The men were trying to get the…

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    With the end of the 14th century came a rediscovery of philosophy, sciences and arts that pushed Europe out of the dark ages (Oxtoby, 190). This push led to the Humanism movements that “was met with a push toward internal reform from within the Church itself. Together, these external and internal forces for change led to the schism within Western Christianity… known as the Protestant Reformation” (190). Oxtoby begins his discussion of the Protestant Reformation with a broad overview of the…

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    On the other side of the Great Schism is the Protestant Reformation. The Protestant Reformation occurred during the early sixteenth century. Religious reformers such as Martin Luther, John Calvin, and Henry the eighth all challenged the ideas, vision, and authority of the Catholic Church. This lead to years of war and persecution, but ultimately the development of the Protestant sect of Christianity. The philosophy behind Protestantism is holding the Christian ideals without practicing or…

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