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Some results of the Protestant Reformation include, the development of national churches, the development of the Catholic Counter-Reformation and the division of the single Western religion into two separate religions. T... More »

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A major result of the Reformation was the creation of the Protestant movement. Protestants were Christians who disagreed with Roman Catholic doctrines and split off to form different churches, according to the History Ch... More »

www.reference.com History Modern History Renaissance & Reformation

The Protestant Reformation dates to Martin Luther's publication of his "95 Theses" in 1517. Luther, an Augustinian monk, continued publishing tracts and pamphlets calling for a purification of the Catholic Church and Chr... More »

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The primary difference between the Reformation and the Renaissance was that the Reformation focused on a religious revolution, while the Renaissance focused on an intellectual revolution. The Reformation came about in or... More »

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The Reformation began in Germany in 1517 because an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther, who lived in Germany, wrote "95 Theses" protesting the Pope's selling indulgences. He was only initially trying to bring about cha... More »

www.reference.com History Modern History Renaissance & Reformation

A major result of the Reformation was the creation of the Protestant movement. Protestants were Christians who disagreed with Roman Catholic doctrines and split off to form different churches, according to the History Ch... More »

www.reference.com History Modern History Renaissance & Reformation

The Protestant Reformation dates to Martin Luther's publication of his "95 Theses" in 1517. Luther, an Augustinian monk, continued publishing tracts and pamphlets calling for a purification of the Catholic Church and Chr... More »

www.reference.com World View Religion Christianity