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The Reformation

This took place in sixteenth and seventeenth century Europe and was in response to religious leaders who felt the dominant Christian religion was weak and too forgiving of sinners.

Catholicism

This was the dominant Christian religion in Europe prior to the changes.

Lutheranism

This religion was established by German scholar and leader.

Calvinism

A French cleric established this religion which was one of the most dogmatic of the movements and believed in the doctrines of predestination and election.

Pietism

The goal of this religion was to live separately from non-believers and enjoy the communion of God.

Methodism

John Wesley was one of the religious leaders who established this religion.

The Quaker Movement

The people involved in this believed in the presence of God and the Holy Spirit to the point that they depended on His personal guidance over the lessons of the Bible.

The Baptist Sects

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