lithurgic language, were approved by the pope as early as in the 9th century. The German Prince Philip of Hesse saw potential in creating an alliance between Zwingli and Luther, seeing strength in a united Protestant front. Pettegree, Andrew; Hall, Matthew (December 2004). page needed Pettegree Reformation World. . After the Reformation the tax was collected, but given to the bishop. De Boer, Wietse (2009). British Dictionary definitions for reformation reformation noun the act or an instance of reforming or the state of being reformed. Nunziata, Luca; Rocco, Lorenzo. "The Literature of the Italian Reformation".
Examples from the Web for reformation. Back then, Slovakia used to be a part of the Kingdom of Hungary. In the early 17th century internal theological conflict within the Calvinist church between two tendencies of Calvinism, the Gomarists and the liberal Arminians (or Remonstrants resulted in Gomarist Calvinism becoming the de facto state religion. 29 Regions that were poor but had great economic potential and bad political institutions were more likely to adopt Protestantism. The Reformation the Counter-Reformationboth at their endand superimposed on modern European borders Conclusion and legacy edit End of the Reformation edit There is no universal agreement on the exact or approximate date the Reformation ended. The Kingdom of Navarre, although by the time of the Protestant Reformation a minor principality territorially restricted to southern France, had French Huguenot monarchs, including Henry IV of France and his mother, Jeanne III of Navarre, a devout Calvinist. Upon the arrival of the Protestant Reformation, Calvinism reached some Basques through the translation of the Bible into the Basque language by Joanes Leizarraga. "The Reformation between Deconstruction and Reconstruction: Reflections on Recent Writings on the German Reformation". For other uses, see, reformation (disambiguation). Southern Europe remained Catholic.