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Church Reformation in the 16th and 17th century
Religion and Theology
Pages 8 (2008 words)
CHURCH REFORMATION IN THE 16TH AND 17TH CENTURY Name: Tutor: Course: Institution: Date: Church Reformation in the 16th and 17th century The 16th and 17th century is the period when church reformation for catholic and Protestants churches took place. It is a period for the catholic and protestant reformation, which was a powerful influence of western Christians.
This group rejected to live the previous ways; thus believed that the Judgment Day was near. They formed new societies and much confusion in the social order. The reformation contributed to issues such as the dead of the blacks, western rupture and eroding faith of people in the catholic churches. The fall of the Roman Emperor contributed to the reformation and circulation of protestant churches. Under the Roman Emperor Christianity spread and many churches evolved. The Roman Catholic Church, which became one of the most prominent churches to the councils evolved. It organized in Trent, which is an education centre for church teachings especially in the tradition and scripture issues. Council of the Trent is a convention of cathedral councils or theological professionals whose purpose is to resolve church policy matters or practices. The councils provide teaching programs for the community priests in order to augment pastoral care. This was initiated by the Roman Catholic Church under Pope Paul 1112 (Becchio and Johannes 98). The council of the Tent provided teachings, reasserted traditional practices and articulated dogmatic of the Catholic Church doctrines. ...
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