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Underground Protestantism in Sixteenth Century Spain PDF

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Författare: Frances Luttikhuizen.
The arrival, reception, and suppression of Protestant thought in sixteenth century Spain

Protestantism originated from work of several theologians starting in the 12th century, although there could have been earlier cases of which there is no surviving evidence. Any prominent dissent was subject to persecution by the Roman Catholic Church, and thus attempts to change anything in the Catholic Church were kept isolated or effectively eradicated up to the 16th century. Those early reformers influenced German monk Martin Luther, who spread the Protestant Reformation. Originally, Luther intended to reform the Roman Catholic Church rather than break it up.

After excommunicating Luther, the Pope condemned the Reformation and its followers. 1525 swept through Bavaria, Thuringia and Swabia. The Great Awakenings were periods of rapid and dramatic religious revival in American religious history, from the 1730s to the mid-19th century. In result, a multitude of diverse Protestant denominations emerged. In the 21st century, Protestantism continues to divide, while simultaneously expanding on a worldwide scale largely due to rising Evangelical Protestant and Pentecostal movements. Approximate spread of Protestantism after the Reformation, and following the Counter-Reformation.

Approximate spread of Protestantism at the Reformation’s peak. Countries by percentage of Protestants in 1545. Countries by percentage of Protestants in 1710. Countries by percentage of Protestants in 1938.

Countries by percentage of Protestants in 2010. Protestants generally trace to the 16th century their separation from the Catholic Church. The Radical Reformation, had no state sponsorship. Execution of Jan Hus at the Council of Constance in 1415.