Posted by ELINA on Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 6:53pm.
Yes, definitely for Martin Luther and try the following:
Savonarola was not a leader in the Protestant Reformation.
Check this site about Erasmus.
Hus and Luther were Reformation leaders.
What about this one?
Andreas von Carlstadt, later a Radical Reformer
Wolfgang Fabricius Capito
r these it
I only recognize a few of those names. If your book lists them, then those are right.
At any rate, I doubt if they're considered major leaders for middle school students.
My book says Martin Luther and Erasmus.
Right. What about John Calvin and John Knox?
So is it John Calvin, John knox, Martin Luther and Erasmus. Are those the only ones
Is there anyone else listed in your book?
I dont think it was pope leo, thats all I hve, it is right
so is this right ms sue, cause this is all I got please add to it if u can
That looks good -- but are you sure your book doesn't mention Calvin and Knox?
Pope Leo was Catholic -- so he was definitely not part of the Protestant Reformation.
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