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In the XVIth century the need to reform the Roman Church was widespread throughout Europe. Men called « Reformers » proposed various models, but all agreed on a number of theological principles defined by Luther.


The different trends of the Reformation in Europe
 The different trends of the Reformation in Europe
The Calvinist Reformation
 The Calvinist Reformation
Martin Luther et la Réforme luthérienne
 Martin Luther et la Réforme luthérienne
Jean Calvin (1509-1564)
 Jean Calvin (1509-1564)
The radical Reformation
 The radical Reformation
The Anglican Reformation
 The Anglican Reformation
The Catholic Reformation or Counter-Reformation
 The Catholic Reformation or Counter-Reformation
Several types of Reformation
 Several types of Reformation
XVIth century translations of the Bible into Latin and French
 XVIth century translations of the Bible into Latin and French
The Protestant education in the XVIth century
 The Protestant education in the XVIth century
 
 
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