Henry the 8th changed and turned the Catholic Church to Protestant in order to divorce and remarry as he couldn't get a Papal dispensation.
Most of the country became Protestant, specifically members of the Church of England.
As a result of the Protestant Reformation, Protestant churches were formed.
Protestant churches were started...
The protestant reformation happened as a result of disagreement of various doctrines of the Catholic church. Martin Luther was instrumental in this reformation.
The Roman Catholic Church lost the most as a result of the Protestant Reformation. Do you know which one gained the most?
reformation is reformation and protestant is protestant.
the power of the catholic church was weakened
It decreased the power of the catholic church
The power of the Catholic Church in Europe was weakened.
It prompted reforms within the Catholic Church.
1)breaking of the religious unity in Europe
The Protestant Reformation came first and caused the Catholic Reformation.
The originator of the Protestant Reformation was Martin Luther.
the Protestant Reformation.
Martin Luther was the leader of the Protestant Reformation.
The Protestant Reformation began on October 31, 1517.
What happened in 1529 related to Protestant Reformation?
Martin Luther- protestant reformation leader
the motto of the Protestant reformation is ...... We as Christians are believers in ourselves and believers in God.
The Protestant Reformation.
· The printing press became the principle catalyst for the coming Protestant Reformation.
The movement is called Protestant Reformation or the Protestant Revolt.The Protestant Reformation
Movable-type Printing press for the Protestant Reformation
No, the Protestant Reformation is better titled the Protestant Revolt. The Catholic Reformation was just that, a reform of the abuses occurring at the time within the Church.
Many branches of Protestant religions came about as a result of the Reformation. The most significant of them all are Lutherans and Calvinists, but they also include lesser known Anabaptist, Moravian, and other pietistic movements.