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Protestant Reforms: An Overview By Marilynn Hughes
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PROTESTANT REFORMS: Understanding the major Protestant Reforms can require a lot of study. And even so, it’s hard to really get to the heart of the matter in finding out what are the creeds and... More > confessions, why was there schism, by whom, in what year, what sacraments do they perform and what practices differ from other denominations. ‘Protestant Reforms’ sets out to make this study simple and easy to understand. Each denomination is listed with basic facts about what they believe and how they came to be. In the back of the book are included all the differing creeds and confessions of the original Catholic Church and the Denominations which sprung from it making for easy comparison and study.< Less
Catholic Conciliarism and the Protestant Reformation By Timothy G. Enloe
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Thanks to a mixed heritage, the catholic Christian tradition has always been pluriform in its notions of authority. During the Western Schism of 1378-1418, conflict between two types of authority,... More > papalist and conciliarist, reached a fever pitch. The battle between these views consumed the 15th century and provided ecclesiological preparation for the Protestant reformation in the 16th. Throughout the Reformation and into the 17th century Protestants invoked conciliarist principles against the papacy’s absolute monarchy. Standing on catholic conciliarism, the Reformers worked for lawful, biblical reform of the Church. Considering this essential backdrop leads us to better appreciate our heritage as Protestants.< Less
Catholic Conciliarism and the Protestant Reformation By Timothy G. Enloe
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Thanks to a mixed heritage, the catholic Christian tradition has always been pluriform in its notions of authority. During the Western Schism of 1378-1418, conflict between two types of authority,... More > papalist and conciliarist, reached a fever pitch. The battle between these views consumed the 15th century and provided ecclesiological preparation for the Protestant reformation in the 16th. Throughout the Reformation and into the 17th century Protestants invoked conciliarist principles against the papacy’s absolute monarchy. Standing on catholic conciliarism, the Reformers worked for lawful, biblical reform of the Church. Considering this essential backdrop leads us to better appreciate our heritage as Protestants.< Less
A History of the Protestant Reformation in England & Ireland By William Cobbett
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A facsimile reprint of William Cobbett's A HISTORY OF THE PROTESTANT REFORMATION IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND as revised by Francis Aidan Gasquet. The digital file for this volume may have printer's marks,... More > copy marks, library marks, and/or readers' marks in the text.< Less
Martin Luther : The Church Protester and Reformer. By E. Hubbert et al.
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"The difference between heresy and treason, at one time, was very slight. One was disloyalty to the Church, the other disloyalty to the State." (Hubbard E.)
The Protestant Reformation and The Book of Common Prayer: A Liturgical Study By David Fuller
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A liturgical study of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer and its creation and amendments during the Protestant Reformation
Always Being Reformed: A Celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation By Josh Anderson et al.
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This book is the fruit of a series of messages presented at the 2017 Peterborough Reformation Conference—an event which celebrated the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. The... More > conference saw three Peterborough Ontario congregations (Braidwood Bible Chapel, Westmount Bible Chapel, and The Gathering) come together and, together, be reminded of the central tenets and history of the movement as it recovered the heart of the Bible’s teaching for the church.< Less
Unashamedly Protestant By Peter Simpson
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In this book Pastor Peter Simpson surveys key factors in the English Reformation, and looks into why it was so necessary. He then analyses graciously the errors in the current teachings of the Roman... More > Catholic Church.< Less
Beyond Today: After 500 Years, Is the Protestant Reformation Being Undone? By United Church of God
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Beyond Today Magazine -- September/October 2017 -- October 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of a major turning point in world history—the beginning of the Protestant Reformation when the German... More > priest/professor Martin Luther challenged several Catholic teachings and practices. He set in motion a chain of events that reshaped Europe and broke the Roman church’s monopoly on power and religious belief. But the reform movement he started went nowhere near enough—he could’ve done much more to bring religion back in line with the teaching and practices of Jesus Christ, the apostles and the early Church. And an active movement is underway to reunite Catholics and Protestants, undoing 500 years of separation. Is this foretold in Bible prophecy?< Less
The Reformed Pastor By Richard Baxter
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Richard Baxter (12 November 1615 – 8 December 1691) was an English Puritan church leader, poet, hymn-writer, theologian, and controversialist. Richard Baxter held to a form of Amyraldism, a... More > moderated form of Calvinism which rejected the idea of a limited atonement in favor of a universal atonement similar to that of Hugo Grotius. He devised an eclectic middle route between doctrines of grace, namely the Bezan Reformed, Grotius's Arminian, John Cameron's Amyraldism, and Augustine's Roman traditions. Interpreting the kingdom of God in terms of Christ as Christus Victor and Rector of all men, Baxter explained Christ's death as an act of universal redemption, penal and vicarious, though substitutionary in explication, in virtue of which God has made a "new law" offering pardon and amnesty to the penitent.< Less

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