Anglicanism, Worms, Germany, Baptists, Church of England, Fundamentalist Christianity, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Evangelicalism, Wittenberg, Sola fide, Christian Church, The Salvation Army, Waldensians, Nonconformism, Lutheranism.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 273. Chapters: Anglicanism, Worms, Germany, Baptists, Church of England, Fundamentalist Christianity, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Evangelicalism, Wittenberg, Sola fide, Christian Church, The Salvation Army, Waldensians, Nonconformism, Lutheranism, Church of the Nazarene, Orange Order, History of Protestantism, Dutch Revolt, English Reformation, Christian primitivism, Vestments controversy, Protestantism and Islam, Muggletonianism, United Church of Christ in the Philippines, Mainline Protestant, Scottish Reformation, Theology of Huldrych Zwingli, Evangelical Christian Church in Canada, Evangelical Catholic, Marian exiles, Liturgical Movement, The Twelfth, Priesthood of all believers, International Church of the Foursquare Gospel, Ordination of women in Protestant churches, Free Christian, Eliza Armstrong case, Protestant views on Mary, Five solas, Apostolic Catholic Church, Apprentice Boys of Derry, Church covenant, General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, Institutes of the Christian Religion, Long Island Council of Churches, Laudianism, Reformation in Italy, Sectarianism in Glasgow, Theology of the Cross, Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches, Clarity of scripture, Open communion, Protestant work ethic, Unitarian Christian Association, King's Family of Churches, Royal Black Institution, Hope UK, Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Ecumenical Miracle Rosary, Scottish Reformation Parliament, Radical Pietism, Independent Orange Order, Anglo-Turkish piracy, Schmalkalden, Siege of Sancerre, Evangelical Presbyterian Church, Ghana, Schwenkfelder Church, Free Church Federation, Eleventh night, Maiden City Festival, United Andean Indian Mission, Generation of Youth for Christ, List of Protestant missionary societies, R. Tudur Jones, Taborite, Battle of Orthez 1569, Hussite Bible, Marprelate Controversy, David Bebbington, Sola gratia, Martin Marprelate, Walk to Emmaus, Behmenism, Neo-charismatic churches, Bereans, Soli Deo gloria, Philadelphians, Second Reformation, List of the largest Protestant churches, Paraphrases of Erasmus, Protestant Union, Helvetic Confessions, Antoine Marcourt, Chung Chi College, Renewal, The Meeting House, New Brunswick Theological Seminary, Service of worship, Beerwolf, Gallic Confession, Bala-Bangor Theological Seminary, American Rescue Workers, Dissenter, Community Church movement, Ecclesia semper reformanda est, United Christian Church, National Evangelical Church of Beirut, Peace of Saint-Germain-en-Laye, Solus Christus, Reformed Orthodox, Swedish Free Church Council, Aramean Free Church, Assyrian Evangelical Church, Anointing with oil, Utraquism, International Council of Community Churches, Christoph Schappeler, Order of Watchers, Reformed Catholics, Protestantism in Bhutan, Memorialism, Gypsy Evangelical Movement, Ordinance, Protestant Truth Society, Saints in Protestantism, Occasional hearing. Excerpt: Lutheranism is a major branch of Western Christianity that identifies with the theology of Martin Luther, a German reformer. Luther's efforts to reform the theology and practice of the church launched the Protestant Reformation. Beginning with the 95 Theses, Luther's writings disseminated internationally, spreading the ideas of the Reformation beyond the ability of governmental and churchly authorities to control it. The name "Lutheran" originated as a derogatory term used against Luther by Johann Eck during the Leipzig Debate in July 1519. Eck and other Roman Catholic...