Radical Reformation

*Protestant Reformation

  • The Reformation
  • History and origins
  • History of Protestantism
  • The 95 Theses
  • Peasants’ War
  • Schmalkaldic League
  • Magisterial Reformation
  • Radical Reformation
  • Movements
  • Protestantism
  • French Reformation
  • Huguenots
  • German Reformation
  • Lutheranism
  • Moravian Church
  • Swiss Reformation
  • Reformed Churches
  • Calvinism
  • Anabaptist
  • Reformation in the Netherlands
  • Mennonite
  • Counter-Reformation
  • English Reformation
  • Church of England
  • Anglicanism
  • Puritans
  • Scottish Reformation
  • Presbyterianism
  • Reformation in Italy
  • Waldensians
  • Protestant Reformers
  • Menno Simons (N, 1496–1561)
  • Philipp Melanchthon (G 1497-1560)
  • Thomas Müntzer (G, 1489–1525)
  • Martin Bucer (G, 1491–1551)
  • Jan Łaski (P, 1499-1560)
  • Heinrich Bullinger (S, 1504–1575)
  • John Knox (Sc, 1514?–1572)

  • Precursors
  • Avignon Papacy (1309 to 1377)
  • John Wycliffe (E, 1320–1384)
  • Western Schism (1378–1417)
  • Jan Hus (B, ~1369–1415)
  • Hussite Wars (1420 to ~1434)
  • Northern Renaissance
  • German mysticism


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The Radical Reformation was a 16th century response to what was believed to be both the corruption in the Roman Catholic Church and the expanding Magisterial Protestant movement led by Martin Luther and many others. Beginning in Switzerland, the Radical Reformation birthed many Anabaptist groups throughout Europe.

From: Wikipedia



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