Q&A on Reformation (with emojis😃!)

I learned some history about the Protestant Reformation and how hard it was for the reformers and the followers and will just give some basic information in the form of a Q&A and emoji talk.

Q. Why was the Protestant Reformation started? 
A. Because people, like Martin Luther, thought that the Catholic church needed reforming. ⛪️ 👴🏽
Q. How was the Protestant Reformation started? 
A. It was started by Martin Luther nailing his 95 theses to the church door in Wittenberg in 1517.🔨🔨
Q. What were some other reformers that helped shape protestantism? 
A. Reformers like William Tyndale and John Calvin were very influential to the Reformation. 🙏🏽 🎅🏼👨🏽
Q. Who were the French Huguenots? 
A. A group of French (obviously:) protestants who believed that the Catholic church in France needed reforming so they converted to protestantism and were persecuted horribly.  ⚔ 🇫🇷
Q. What did the Catholic church⛪️ think of this Reformation? 🤔
A. The Catholic Church created The Council of Trent to deal with the Protestants, but they wouldn’t make any comprises with them.  The Catholic church did some really mortifying things💀 that I really don’t care to mention.
Q. When and How did the Reformation end? 
A. I think eventually the Catholic church stopped bothering the Protestants and moved on but before it was made illegal to practice Protestantism in France.
🙏🏽⛪️ =🚫 in 🇫🇷
The Protestant religion did not have an easy time trying to fit in, but two religions both got some reforming and I think both benefited in the end!
Quinn Palmer
RPC Student
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Author: quinndippery

I love history but didn't really care about it until I started the RonPaul curriculum! I am taking a History course in this program right now. My posts are about the Middle ages dating back to the Fall of the Western Roman Empire to the American Revolution! Come take a look at my site and I'll just come and visit yours!

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