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The Reformation gave rise to a new relationship with God. Now that they could read the Bible for themselves, the Protestants had direct access to God and no longer any need for the clergy.


A new relationship to God
 A new relationship to God
Reforms - theological debates
 Reforms - theological debates
Church organisation
 Church organisation
The reformed service of worship and the sacraments
 The reformed service of worship and the sacraments
On being a Protestant in XVIth century France
 On being a Protestant in XVIth century France
 
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