• The Reformation
  • History

  • Pre-Reformation movements

Hussites ·· Lollards ·· Waldensians

  • Reformation era movements

Anabaptism*··* Anglicanism*··* Calvinism*··* Counter-Reformation*··* Lutheranism*··* Polish Brethren*··* Zwinglianism

  • Post-Reformation movements

Baptists·· Congregationalists*··* Pietism*··* Puritanism*··* Methodism*··* Universalism*··* Mennonites*··* Amish*··* Free Presbyterianism

Pentecostalism*··* Revivalism*··* Evangelicalism*··* House Church Movement

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A Baptist is a Christian who subscribes to a theology and may belong to a church that, among other things, is committed to believer’s baptism (as opposed to infant baptism) and, with respect to church polity, favors the congregational model. The term Baptist can also describe a church, denomination, or other group of individuals made up of individual Baptists.

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