Commemorating the Quincentenary of the Reformation

  title={Commemorating the Quincentenary of the Reformation},
  author={Emidio Campi},
  journal={Journal of the Council for Research on Religion},
  • E. Campi
  • Published 28 August 2020
  • History
  • Journal of the Council for Research on Religion
To commemorate the 500th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation this article will offer a brief historical overview of the key figures and events which demonstrate that the Reformation was not born out of a single moment, but is a movement that developed prior to Martin Luther’s Nintey-Five Theses in protest of the Roman Catholic Church. A movement which grew out of the early Church and Middles Ages and continued to impact the history of Christianity well into the twentieth… 



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