The political thought of the Western religious reform movementAuthor(s):
Dr. Zeyad Jihad HamadAbstract:
Our research, entitled "The Political Thought of the Western Religious Reform Movement," deals with the issue of religious reform that took place in the sixteenth century, which coincided with the beginnings of the European Renaissance, and its most prominent leader is the reformer and theologian "Martin Luther," who declared disobedience to Rome and accused the Pope and the clergy of deviating from Anglican principles. The supreme ideal of the Christian religion. He also accused them of exploiting the Christian faith for opportunistic personal purposes, and called for simplifying the Christian faith and making the issue of salvation a personal matter between the servant and his Creator. He also rejected the intervention of the Pope in this relationship, as well as called for the neglect of medieval manifestations and rituals that were hanging over European societies.Pages: 51-58 | Views: 256 | Downloads: 109Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Zeyad Jihad Hamad. The political thought of the Western religious reform movement. Int J Multidiscip Trends 2022;4(1):51-58.