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  • advocated reform through education. John Calvin founded Calvinism in Geneva, Switzerland; Calvinism later spread to Germany. Calvin was the leading reformer
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  • in order to unite against their common Protestant threat, particularly Calvinism, which was considered more of a threat than Lutheranism. In France, religious
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  • Lutheranism and Catholicism Elizabeth and "Bloody" Mary Tudor Decline of Italy Calvinism, Zwingli Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648 English Civil War, 1642-1649 Age
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  • Church The Catholic Mass and its Scriptural Origins Spiritual Exercises Prayer in the Ignatian Understanding Arminianism Calvinism Theosis Universalism
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  • to encourage the people to revolt against Spain, William converted to Calvinism, as the Calvinists wanted above all other religions, to revolt. The rebellion
    16 KB (2,688 words) - 02:25, 26 January 2013
  • influencing attitudes even of non-religious people: take the example of Calvinism here in the Netherlands. All in all, when depression is the subject, do
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  • French States-General, since 1484, listing complaints with the state. Calvinism - Protestant religion founded by John Calvin, centered upon "the sovereignty
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  • point of view of the theses and founding Calvinism, a religious tradition within the Protestant Church. Calvinism helped form the roots of Scottish Presbyterianism
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  • churches, Lutheranism and some strands of Anglicanism and in constast to Calvinism and the remaining strands of Anglicanism, Catholics consider the bread
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  • a "free thinker". He did not wish to have any relations with the old Calvinism of Rhode Island and much of New England. Judge Cooper was a Presbyterian
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  • to encourage the people to revolt against Spain, William converted to Calvinism, as the Calvinists wanted above all other religions, to revolt. The rebellion
    3 KB (15,502 words) - 16:37, 8 February 2010
  • advocated reform through education. John Calvin founded Calvinism in Geneva, Switzerland; Calvinism later spread to Germany. Calvin was the leading reformer
    2 KB (58,393 words) - 17:21, 21 May 2015
  • by the new Spanish governor Alexander Farnese, and upset by aggressive Calvinism of the Northern States, some of the Southern States, the so-called Walloon
    17 KB (2,647 words) - 22:30, 28 April 2013
  • agnostic- someone who does not buy into any particular religious doctrine. Calvinism- A branch of Christian thought. It's main idea is that mankind is entirely
    55 KB (7,748 words) - 20:19, 23 July 2016
  • sin. His magnum opus, Of Freedom of Will (1754), attempted to reconcile Calvinism with the Enlightenment. The Great Awakening gave rise to evangelical denominations
    31 KB (4,985 words) - 11:41, 20 December 2012
  • influencing attitudes even of non-religious people: take the example of Calvinism here in the Netherlands. All in all, when depression is the subject, do
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  • understand this to mean those that Jesus died for who chose to follow Him. Calvinism would state that the elect are those who God died for, but they were chosen
    46 KB (8,028 words) - 19:18, 3 August 2015
  • in the theology of John Calvin, who died in 1564. His creed, known as Calvinism, emphasized the importance of the individual, of life's continuous moral
    94 KB (15,865 words) - 05:15, 30 June 2016