About The Reformation
The Reformation is one of the most profound processes of change in Europe of the sixteen century. Intense criticism of the church of Rome, the formation of several protestant church reformations.
How did it begin?
The Reformation processes the change in Europe of the sixteen century. Religious, political, Intellectual and cultural uphave the Splintered Catholic Europe, Setting the place of structures and beliefs that would define the continent in the modern era. John Calvin had a great influence in German lands, wanting to place much more authority with clergy to the church.
Who started it?
Martin Luther was expressing doubts over the legitimacy of indulgences which was in the year 1517-1521. The protest against corruption emanation from Rome begin in Germany.
Martin Luther, John Calvin, Henry VII challenge the papal authority and question the catholic church the ability to define christian practice. They argued for religious and political redistribution of power into the hands of the bible. John Calvin was at least in a pair of Martin Luther as the creator of reformation .
The effects Reformation had on Europe
The Protestant reformation divided Western Christianity and reshaped political and religious values in all of Europe. At first it changed, how people viewed faith. Challenging the authority of the popes over regional rulers and brought into question spiritual authority and a place of society.
Martin Luther posted the theses on the door of the Castle Church of the Roman by kicking of the Protestant Reformation, so that everyone would be able to see his inducements.