• anonymous
1. What can you say that morally evaluates the conflicts between Catholics and Protestants? 2. What was justified, what was not? 3. Is fighting over religions beliefs/principles ever justified? 4. Over moral principles? 5. Explain your positions and argue for them persuasively.
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  • anonymous
This is for my history in which I'm learning 14-16th centuries.
  • KenLJW
I think it's a mistake to make this division with all denominations. The only real protest was between king Henry III and the Pope. The result was the creation of the Anglican/Episcopal church which was identical except that pope of the Anglican church, arch bishop of Canterbury, was appointed by the king instead of elected like in the Roman Catholic. As for other denominations they denied the RCC pope's authority and placed within themselves other authorities such as founders or pastors/ministers. Which to me is just changing hierarchy, If one is to be different, the set up must be the individual with own interpretations and understandings serving their Lords.

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