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explain the political and social results of the reformation?

is this right? The protestants and the Catholics started to begin a war with eachother.?


please help this does not look right

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    The states fought wars over differences of opinion and people commited horrible atrocities in the name of god.

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    I'm not so sure if this is right Elina

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    It's only a part of a good answer.

    Check in your book for more information about government and how the Reformation changed people's lives.

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    this is what it says : the reformation in england was a squabble over politicla power as mucha s struggle about religion and corruption in the church. during the 15th century england faced alot of civil wars, called wars of roses which caused great hardship and suffering.




    please help

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    That's fine for England. What does your book say about the changes in Europe?

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    it does not say anything about europe

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    help pleeeeaaaaassssssee:-(

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    I don't get it, I,ve already read thorugh my book 2wice and yet can not find a single thing.

    plese help

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    If that's all you could find, then maybe that's all the information you need.

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    thanks.
    but, i think this is right in europe didb't the smaller stated then get swallowed up by the larger ones?

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    Does your book say that was a result of the Reformation?

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    is this right?
    The states fought wars over differences of opinion and people commited horrible atrocities in the name of god. the reformation in england was a squabble over politicla power as mucha s struggle about religion and corruption in the church. during the 15th century england faced alot of civil wars, called wars of roses which caused great hardship and suffering.

    is that all I need

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    no I checked on this site, causes of the reformation. all the other words were hard for me to understand.

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    in my book it says that in the 15th century many french businesses became clavinists, even though France was officially Catholic and Protestinism was against the law. The calvivist were hard working and made the French economy strong.



    is this right?

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    But you're not looking for the causes of the Reformation. You're looking for results of the Reformation.

    Here are the results of the Reformation. I'm sure you can understand enough to get the general idea.

    http://thirdmill.org/newfiles/jac_arnold/CH.Arnold.RMT.2.html


    THE RESULTS OF THE REFORMATION



    It is impossible to understand modern history apart from the Reformation. We cannot understand the history of Europe, England or America without studying the Reformation. For example, in America there would never have been Pilgrim Fathers if there had not first been a Protestant Reformation.


    The Reformation has profoundly affected the modern view of politics and law. Prior to the Reformation the Church governed politics; she controlled emperors and kings and governed the law of lands.


    The meaning of much western literature is really quite meaningless apart from an understanding of the Reformation. Moreover, for all practical purposes Martin Luther stabilized the German language.


    In the realm of science, it is generally granted by modern historians that there never would have been modern science were it not for the Reformation. All scientific investigation and endeavor prior to that had been controlled by the church. Only through sheer ignorance of history do many modern scientists believe that Protestantism, the true evangelical faith, opposes true science.


    The Reformation laid down once and for all the right and obligation of the individual conscience, and the right to follow the dictates of that individual conscience. Many men who talk lightly and glibly about “liberty” neither know nor realize that they owe their liberty to this event.

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    So all together its like this:

    The states fought wars over differences of opinion and people commited horrible atrocities in the name of god. The reformation in England was a squabble over political power as much as struggle about religion and corruption in the church. during the 15th century England faced alot of civil wars, called wars of roses which caused great hardship and suffering.in the 15th century many french businesses became calvinists, even though France was officially Catholic and Protestinism was against the law. The calvinists were hard working and made the French economy strong.

    is this gud?

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    Yes. That's good. :-)

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    The reformation affected the modern view of politics and law. Martin Luther stabilized the German language.

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    well then what I just posted at 7:32 isn't right, is it not part of the answer?

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