Reformation and Counter-Reformation:

The long sixteenth-century

The Reformation:
A movement of Western European Christianity that aimed at reforming doctrine and church practice in the wake of corruption and profound social change.

Antecedents

Bretheren of the Common Life:

Thomas A Kempis (1380?-1471):

Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466/69-1536)

The Protestant Reformation

John Calvin (1509-1564)

John Calvin
John Calvin

Counter Reformation


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