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The separation of Catholic and Protestant churches in the 16th century

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What is the general survey of Reformation era approaches to Scripture that dismissed troublesome passages?

In an article entitled, Bottoms Up! The meaning of “use a little wine…” (1 Tim 5:23) at the Orthodox Christian Theology website, the following comment is made: John Calvin, though not taking this ...
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Is ”sola scriptura” the first appeal of "Ecclesia Reformata, Semper Reformanda?"

"Sola scriptura" & "Ecclesia Reformata, Semper Reformanda" (a church reformed and always to be reformed according to the Word of God) are the "two mottos" among others, from the early church and ...
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Was there ever an Anabaptist movement in the Eastern Orthodox Church?

Since the original Great Schism, the Orthodox church has seemed pretty unified (at least compared to the Catholic Church). During the radical reformation, Anabaptists were persecuted throughout ...
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Who influenced anabaptist teachings the most and where did anabaptist teachings come from?

I know that Switzerland and southern Germany was the birthplace of anabaptism, did it come from Ulrich Zwingli? Or was there another more influential person out of the reformation that encouraged ...
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