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HISTORY of Christian Theology

TIMELINE of Christian Theology

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A.D. 1215

Magna Carta

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A.D. 1217

Fifth Crusade

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c. A.D. 1225-1274

Thomas Aquinas

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A.D. 1228

Sixth Crusade

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(A.D. 1229)

Council of Toulouse

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c. A.D. 1230–1303

Boniface VIII

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A.D. 1232

Medieval Inquisition

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A.D. 1240

Kievan Rus End

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A.D. 1241

Gunpowder Introduced to Europe

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A.D. 1248

Seventh Crusade

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A.D. 1256

Thomas Aquinas begins teaching

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A.D. 1258

Mongols Conquer Middle East

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c. A.D. 1260-1327

Meister Eckhart

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c. A.D. 1260

Mongolian Empire Fragments

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c. A.D. 1264–1314

Clement V

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A.D. 1265-1321

Dante Alighieri

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c. A.D. 1266–1308

Duns Scotus

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A.D. 1270

Eighth Crusade

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A.D. 1271

Yuan Empire (China)

A.D. 1271 Kublai Khan, grandson of Genghis Kahn, formally establishes the Yuan dynasty and empire in China. Please share if you found this post informative.

A.D. 1271

Ninth Crusade

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A.D. 1272–1274

Second Council of Lyons

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c. A.D. 1275–1342

Marsilius of Padua

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c. A.D. 1287–1347

William of Ockham

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A.D. 1296–1359

Gregory Palamas

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A.D. 1299

Ottoman Empire

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14th CENTURY

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A.D. 1302

Bull Unam Sanctam

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A.D. 20 Jul 1304–19 Jul 1374

Francesco Petrarca

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A.D. 1309–1377

Avignon Papacy

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A.D. 1309

Babylonian Captivity II

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A.D. 1310–1370

Urban V

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A.D. 1318

Council of Olmutz

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A.D. 1330/31–Dec 1384

John Wycliffe

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A.D. 1335

Council of Salamanca

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A.D. 1337

Hundred Years’ War

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A.D. 1341–1504

Isabella

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c. A.D. 1342–1400

Gregory Chaucer

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A.D. 1347

Black Plague

A.D. 1347 The Black Plague(A.D. 1347) The Black Plague reaches Europe from the Silk Road killing anywhere from 30% to 60% of Europe’s population over the course of 5 years, a... more reaches Europe from the Silk Road(c. 130 B.C.) The Silk Road is established as the Han Dynasty in China as they extend their overland trade routes further west and connect directly to... more killing anywhere from 30% to 60% of Europe’s population over the course of 5 years, and outbreaks would periodically recur over the next 400 years. Please share if you found this post informative.

c. A.D. 1350

European Renaissance

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A.D. 1364–c. 1430

Christine de Pisan

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A.D. 1368

Ming Empire

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A.D. 1369–6 July 1415

John Huss

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A.D. 1378–1417

Great Schism

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c. 1,392 B.C.

Middle Assyrian Empire

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15th CENTURY

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A.D. 1409

Council of Pisa

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A.D. 1414–1418

Council of Constance ends the Great Schism

A.D. 1414–1418 The Council of Constance(A.D. 1414 – 1418) This council was held between 1414 and 1418 that finally ended the Great Schism. The council deposed two of the three popes and a... more ends the Great Schismrefers to the period between A.D. 1378 and 1417 when multiple individuals claimed to be the rightful pope, which ended with the Council of Constance. of rival popes by appointing a new popeThe Roman Catholic bishop of Rome who is regarded as the successor of the chief apostle, Peter, and as the Vicar of Christ is the holder of the Aposto... more, condemns…

A.D. 1415–1471

Sir Thomas Malary

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c. A.D. 1422–1491

William Caxton

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A.D. 1 Jan 1431–8 Aug 1503

Alexander VI

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A.D. 1437

Council of Basle

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A.D 1438–1445

Council of Ferrara-Florence

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A.D. 1439

Gutenberg Printing Press

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A.D. 1439

Council of Florence defines sacraments

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A.D. 1452–1498

Girolamo Savonarola

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A.D. 1453

Turks invade Constantinople

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A.D. 1453

Eastern Roman Empire Ends

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A.D. 1455

Printing Press

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A.D. 1462

Russia Emerges

A.D. 1462 Ivan III (also known as Ivan the Great) assumes power in Moscow. During his approximately 40 year rule, he dramatically expanded the territory subject to his rule, uniting the Rus lands, defeating the Golden Horde thereby ending their dominance over the Rus, and laying the foundation of the Russian state. Please share if you found this post informative.

A.D. 1463–1494

Giovannie Pico

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A.D. 1463–1525

Frederick the Wise

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A.D. 1465–1519

Tetzel

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A.D. 28 Dec 1466–12 Jul 1536

Desiderius Erasmus

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A.D. 1468–1549

Paul III

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A.D. 1469–1534

Cardinal Cajetan

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A.D. 1469–1492

Medici

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A.D. 1473–1543

Copernicus

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A.D. 1475–1521

Leo X

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A.D. 1478–1534

Clement VII

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A.D. 1478

Pazzi Conspiracy

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A.D. 1478

Spanish Inquisition

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A.D. 1483–1546

Martin Luther

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A.D. 1484–1531

Ulrich Zwingli

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A.D. 1485–1536

Catherine of Aragon

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A.D. 1485–1547

Hernan Cortes

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A.D. 1486–1543

Johann Maier von Eck

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A.D. 1486–1541

Andreas Karlstadt

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A.D. 1489–1556

Cranmer

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c. A.D. 1490–1529

Karl von Miltitz

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A.D. 1490–1545

Albert of Brandenburn

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A.D. 26 Jun 1491–28 Jan 1547

Henry VIII

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A.D. 1492

Christopher Columbus

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A.D. 1496–1561

Menno Simons

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A.D. 1496–1560

King Gustavus Vasa

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A.D. 1497–1560

Philipp Melanchthon

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A.D. 1497

Vasco da Gama

A.D. 1497 Vasco da Gama(A.D. 1497) Vasco da Gama begins his maritime voyage from Portugal to reach India and open up a direct trade route from Portugal and India begins his maritime voyage from Portugal to reach India and open up a direct trade route from Portugal and India. Please share if you found this post informative.

A.D. 1497

Oratory of Divine Love is founded in Genoa

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A.D. 1498–1552

Andreas Osiander

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c. A.D. 1499–1542

Sebastian Franck

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A.D. 1500–1558

Charles V

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c. A.D. 1500–1536

Jakob Hutter

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16th CENTURY

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c. A.D. 1501–1536

Anne Boleyn

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A.D. 16th–18th centuries

Wars of Religion

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16th century

Reformation

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A.D. 1502

Luther Bachelor’s degree

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A.D. 1503

Erasmus Christian Soldier

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A.D. 1503–1513

Julius II “the Terrifying”

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January 1505

Luther Master’s degree

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July 1505

Luther becomes a monk

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A.D. 1506

Indulgences

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A.D. 1507–1582

Duke of Alva

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A.D. 1507

Luther becomes a priest

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A.D. 1508

Michelangelo

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A.D. 1508

Luther visits Rome

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A.D. 1509–1564

John Calvin

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A.D. 1508

Luther a professor

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c. A.D. 1511–1553

Michael Servetus

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A.D. 1511

Luther moves to Wittenberg

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A.D. 1513–24 Nov 1572

John Knox

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A.D. 1513–1589

Michael Baius

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A.D. 1513

Peasant Revolt

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A.D. 1513–1521

Reign of Pope Leo X

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A.D. 1514

Luther becomes town preacher

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A.D. 1515–1582

Teresa of Avila

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A.D. 1516

Erasmus New Testament

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A.D. 1516–1558

Mary Tudor

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A.D. 1517

Protestant Reformation

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October 31, 1517

Luther posts his 95 Theses

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A.D. 1517

Ottoman Caliphate

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A.D. 1518

Luther and Cajetan

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A.D. 1518

Diet of Augsburg

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June-July 1519

Luther debates Eck

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A.D. 1519

Magellan

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A.D. 1519

Charles V becomes Emperor

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January 1519

Zwingli begins Preaching

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A.D. 1520

Luther breaks with Rome

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A.D. 1520

Luther’s major Treatises

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A.D. 1520

Luther’s writings condemned

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A.D. 1520

Babylonian Captivity III

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A.D. 1521

Luther excommunicated

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A.D. 1521

Henry VIII Defender of the Faith

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A.D. 1521

Zwickau prophets

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A.D. 1521

Diet of Worms

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A.D. 1522

Antwerp Monastery

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A.D. 1522

Luther returns from hiding

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A.D. 1522

Reformed Theology

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A.D. 1522–1523

Reign of Pope Hadrian VI

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A.D. 1522

Luther’s German New Testament

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A.D. 1523

Lutheran Martyrs

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A.D. 1523–1534

Reign of Pope Clement VII

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A.D. 1523

Diocese of Meaux

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A.D. 1523

Zurich accepts Reformed Theology

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A.D. 1524

Swiss Religious Conflict

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A.D. 1524

Erasmus Freedom of the Will

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A.D. 1524

German Pamphlets

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A.D. 1524–1525

Great Peasant War in Germany

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A.D. 1525

Luther marries

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A.D. 1525

Luther’s Bondage of the Will

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A.D. 1525

First Adult Baptism

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