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  1. Dec 2, 2009 · Universal History Archive/Getty Images. The Protestant Reformation was the 16th-century religious, political, intellectual and cultural upheaval that splintered Catholic Europe, setting in...

  2. Nov 10, 2021 · The Protestant Reformation (1517-1648) refers to the widespread religious, cultural, and social upheaval of 16th-century Europe that broke the hold of the medieval Church, allowing for the development of personal interpretations of the Christian message and leading to the development of modern nation-states.

  3. An introduction to the Protestant Reformation. Google Classroom. Wittenberg, 1725, engraving, 18 x 15 cm ( State and University Library, Dresden) The Protestant Reformation. Today there are many types of Protestant Churches. For example, Baptist is currently the largest denomination in the United States but there are many dozens more.

  4. The Protestant Reformation. By Dr. Steven Zucker & Dr. Beth Harris. Wittenberg, 1725, engraving, 18 x 15 cm ( State and University Library, Dresden) A challenge to the Church in Rome. In art history, the 16th century sees the styles we call the High Renaissance followed by Mannerism, and—at the end of the century—the emergence of the Baroque style.

  5. Reformation | Timeline. List of some of the major causes and effects of the Reformation, the religious revolution that separated the Christians of western Europe into Protestants and Roman Catholics. So far-reaching were the results of this separation that the Reformation has been called a turning point in history.

  6. The Reformation was the religious revolution in the 16th century that resulted in the split of Western Christianity between Roman Catholics and Protestants. Before the Reformation, Christianity had split once before.

  7. May 24, 2022 · The Protestant Reformation (1517-1648) was one of the most significant cultural, political, and religious events in the history of Europe and helped shape the modern world. It was a complex event spanning over 100 years, which radically changed the way people understood themselves, religion, society, and ultimately how one defines truth.

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