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The Protestant clergy at the Martin Church in Churchill from the Reformation to the present

Martinskirche-Chur

Since the year 1537 was the Protestant clergy expressly granted the right, the supervision of their preachers to lead themselves, eliminate unsuitable candidates and personalities, who came from out of town, to undergo an examination. The certificate, in principle, the Reformed doctrine recognized, has received a copy remained.



Count Palatine Philipp Ludwig of Neuburg, his son and the Jesuits

Wolfgang-von-Neuburg

An image from the age of the Counter-Reformation…



History of the Royal Domgymnasium of Magdeburg

Domgymnasium

When the Reformation was its triumph over Germany, They also held in Magdeburg catchment. Having been 1521 the Augustinian monk and since Melchior Miritz 1522 the Franciscan friar John Fritz and Hans Halberstadt from provost distributed of the Augustinian monastery in sermons inveighed against Eberhard Wiedensee popish abuses had, turned 1524 the council of the city with the entire citizenry of the new doctrine, turned evangelical preacher in the city churches, and founded an evangelical Roman city school, very soon the outstanding principals high to a flower[...]



The evangelical preacher in Ilfeld

Why was announced relatively late in the Ilfeld doctrine of Luther, This was yet in many places in the environment long done. In Appenrode 1525, 1529 Petersdorf and Steigertal, 1523 Urbach? Abbot Bernard II. of Mitzefal was a zealous supporter of the Pope, of high repute and relatives in the courts. The Count of Hohenstein had 1525 Peasants' War in bad experiences and put the blame for the revolt of the Reformation. Without support from the count, it was difficult, to preach the new doctrine. Er  [...]



Reformation History

Urkundenbuch Reformation history of the Duchy of Prussia, Band 1-3