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The Protestant Reformation

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German inventor of movable type, who printed a Bible around 1455
Johann Gutenberg
Swiss Reformation leader
Ulrich Zwingli
French Protestants of the 16th and 17th centuries
Huguenots
A religious sect that rejected the practice of infant baptism, limiting church membership to adults baptized after a confession of faith
Anabaptists
English king, 1509-1547, who asserted royal supremacy over the Catholic Church in England
Henry
Scottish Reformation leader
John Knox
City in Germany where the Protestant Reformation originated
Wittenburg
Pardons from the Church for certain sins in exchange for money
Indulgences
Dutch priest who criticized the Church for emphasizing pomp and ritual rather than the teachings of Jesus
Erasmus
German Reformation leader
Martin Luther
French Reformation leader
John Calvin
A former nun who became the wife of Martin Luther in 1525
Katharina Von Bora
Name given to the followers of John Knox in Scotland
Presbyterians
One who holds beliefs or opinions contrary to the established doctrines of his religion
Heretic
A list of books the Roman Catholic Church condemned as dangerous to faith and morals and forbade its members to read
Index
Famous book by Erasmus, in which he poked fun at greedy merchants, quarrelsome scholars and pompous priests
In Praise of Folly
Pope who excommunicated Martin Luther in 1520
Leo
English Protestants of the 16th and 17th centuries, who advocated simpler forms of creed and ritual in the Church of England
Puritans
To be cut off by ecclesiastical authority from sharing in the sacraments, worship, privileges, or fellowship of a church
Excommunication
English queen, 1558-1603, who returned her kingdom to Protestantism
Elizabeth
Calvin's doctrine that the salvation or damnation of men had been determined by God since the beginning of time
Predestination
Another name for the Church of England
Anglican
English humanist, author of Utopia,, who was ordered beheaded by King Henry VIII
Thomas More
Reformation leader who translated the New Testament into German
Martin Luther