The Reformation

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  1. Kayla

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    Right now we are studing the Reformation. And my teacher put on the church that which churches were a product of the reformation, The following were listed: Lutherans, Minnonites, BAptists, and all of the above.
     
  2. pinoybaptist

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    Lutherans. Add also, Wesleyans, Church of England, Presbyterians, and most branches of Protestantism.

    Baptists, as a group, were never associated with the Roman Catholic church, and the Mennonites are a part of the Baptist order.

    Anyhow, that is my non-seminary take on what I have read, but, I'm sure there are others who will post who will probably correct me, and some who will say I am leading you astray. Oh, well... :rolleyes: [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  3. Dr. Bob

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    Most ifb'ers would NOT want "Baptist" to be place in the "Protestant" category.

    But almost all non-catholic groups DID come from
    splitting off from one of the three early major branches of the Reformation --
    Lutheran
    Presbyterian/Reformed
    Anglican
     

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