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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Charles V imposes the oppressive Augsburg Interim (A.D. 1548) on the subjugated Lutheran principalities in Germany and restores the Roman Catholic Church as the only official religion, however he allows married clergy and some Protestant practices to continue until the Council of Trent resolves these matters. This triggers a split between Philippist and “Genuine” Lutherans. Temporary religious settlement imposed on the Lutheran princes in Germany, who were defeated by Emperor Charles V in 1548; the Catholic church was restored, but Protestant practices, such as married clergy, were to be tolerated for the time being until the Council of Trent decided disputed issues.

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