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Ch 17: The Reformation Period

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It's easy to review the Reformation period and prepare for an upcoming exam with help from our informative chapter. The video lessons and quizzes that make up this comprehensive study guide are a quick and easy way to get ready for test day.

The Reformation Period - Chapter Summary

Our instructors present topics related to the Reformation period in these interesting lessons. Among other topics, this chapter covers the history and timeline of the English Reformation and how the Protestant Reformation spread across Europe. Once you complete these lessons, you should be able to:

  • Discuss the Catholic and Huguenot conflicts in the French wars of religion
  • Explain how the Council of Trent helped the Catholic Church survive the Reformation
  • Outline how religious beliefs changed for both the reformers and the Catholic Church during the Reformation

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