Protestant Reformation

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Noun1.Protestant Reformation - a religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the creation of Protestant churchesProtestant Reformation - a religious movement of the 16th century that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the creation of Protestant churches
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Three additional articles explore ways Baptist practices were shaped by Reformation era precedents.
Roman Catholic missionary activity in Asia and Latin America was in part prompted by the religious confrontations of the Reformation era.
Among the topics are German theologians and the Jews in the 15th century, Philip Melanchthon, Calvin, Andreas Osiander, Anthonius Margaritha on the "whole Jewish faith:" a 16th-century convert from Judaism and his depiction of the Jewish religion, visual representations of Jews and Judaism in 16th-century Germany, Jewish responses to Christianity in Reformation Germany, and German Jewish printing in the Reformation era 1530-1633.
In between, visitors can find everything from tenement buildings from the Reformation era, the grand 12th century St Giles' Cathedral, and even a lost city buried beneath the busy streets.
Featuring more than sixty brand new maps, graphics, and timelines, the atlas is a necessary companion to any study of the reformation era.
Wandel introduces this volume with the premise that the eucharistic debates in the Reformation era "reach into our world in ways we are just beginning to understand" (12).
It is commonly believed--and frequently true--that the evangelical movements of the Reformation Era made far better use of print than their conservative opponents.
As an entrepreneur born in the reformation era, he was deeply indebted to Gus Dur, said Rusdi, Reformation created openness in businesses.
And with respect to those who were persecuted as Anabaptists and Enthusiasts in the Reformation era, the 2010 LWF Assembly featured an act of repentance and plea for reconciliation with the Mennonites, as their spiritual heirs.
As its title indicates, Van Heeren's account explores a variety of practices in contemporary Indonesian cinema, in which the legacy of the New Order's film policies and practices interferes with the spirit of the Reformation era.
Regarding the political societies, the Minister said that societies have a key role because they are deemed as political parties which have organized themselves from the very beginning of the reformation era of HM the King.
This Anabaptist "Antimanifest," drawing on Balthasar Hubmaier's Der Uralten unnd gar neuen Leerem Urteil and perhaps some other collection of statements (possibly even the Martelaers Spiegel der werelos Christensen of 1631), quotes Eusebius, Tertullian, Origen, Ambrose, Chrysostom, and, among writers of the Reformation era, Erasmus, Luther, Zwingli, Carlstadt, Bucer, Oecolampad, Hubmaier, and Franck (180-196).