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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A revolutionary religious movement during the 16th century Europe that initially sought to reform the Roman Catholic Church but led to the emergence of several groups breaking away for the Catholic church and establishing their own separate religions which came to be known under the broad label of “Protestants.” Most historians today utilize the plural term “Reformations” to indicate that the Roman Catholic Church also underwent a period of reforms.

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