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Was there ever a "Martin Luther" or a reformation in the Eastern Orthodox Church?

I don’t know if the Council of Chalcedon (AD 451) is relevant, but it’s worth mentioning that the at this meeting, equal honour was assigned to the Church of Constantinople and the Church of Rome. The ...
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Did anyone who was a part of the Counter reformation consider Luther to be the Antichrist?

There was no significant attempt to portray Luther as the Antichrist. For most of the Counter-Reformation, he was dead, and other Protestant leaders were appearing all over Europe, often disagreeing ...
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What effect did the Reformation have inside the Catholic Church?

What effect did the Reformation have inside the Catholic Church? The Protestant Reformation got on it way when Martin Luther posted his Ninety-five Theses (Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of ...
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How successful has the Secretariat of State been in dealing with the Reformation?

How successful has the Secretariat of State been in dealing with the Reformation? This is a non-question as the Secretariat of State for the Vatican was established for the purpose or working in an ...
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Was there ever a "Martin Luther" or a reformation in the Eastern Orthodox Church?

There is the iconoclast controversy which did not really take root as a durable movement within Eastern Orthodoxy. See: Byzantine Iconoclasm (Wikipedia).
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