Protestant Reformation

This map shows the split of the Church in Europe.
Lutheran corresponds to Martin Luther.
Calvinist corresponds to John Calvin.
Both men were iconic figures of the Protestant Reformation.
The Protestant Reformation was a 16th-century
religious movement  that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church but instead led to the creation of Protestant churches.

~G. Belpat

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1 comment
  1. nsaudi said:

    You are correct, ma’am! I chose this image because it showed the effects of the Reformation. The Church, Luther, Calvin, these are terms directly related to the revolution. The map shows how different Churches were formed all over Europe, and it was mostly split between North and South.
    -Nour Saudi

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