Protestant Reformation Introduction

Protestant Reformation Introduction
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  • They argued that Bible- reading ministers and princes should be the leaders of the faithful.
  • The start of the Protestant Reformation to the 1517 issuing of Martin Luther’s “95 Theses.”
  • The theses were a protest against the pope’s sale of indulgences. These allowed the buyer to be cleared of guilt for his or her sins without having to go through the normal self-punishments.
  • Henry dissolved England’s Catholic religious orders and seized their wealth. He also worked to place the Bible in the hands of the people.
  •  The Reformation and Counter-Reformation did not only lead to religious changes. They also led to deep and lasting political shifts.
  • There were years of bloody wars between Catholics and Protestants. The Thirty Years’ War alone may have cost Germany 40 percent of its population.
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