Browsing Lutherans

28 articles found

Headword Date Article Type
Luther's Ninety-five Theses 1517 T Note
Imperial Diet at Augsburg: Martin Luther presents his arguments against Catholicism 1518 - 1518 T Note
Pope Leo X excommunicates Martin Luther 1520 T Note
Edict of Worms 1521 T Note
Lutheranism is adopted by regional German rulers 1524 T Note
The Protestant Princes of Germany meet at Ulm 1524 T Note
French Lutherans are brought to trial and French Bible translation burnt 1525 T Note
Philip of Hesse plans alliance against League of Dessau 1525 T Note
League of Gotha created as an association of Protestant princes 1526 T Note
Gustavus Vasa implements a Swedish Reformation 1527 T Note
Defensive anti-Catholic alliance of Weimar formed 1528 T Note
Archduke Ferdinand refuses to make any concessions to the Lutherans 1529 T Note
A protest against the Diet's decisions creates the word 'Protestant' 1529 T Note
The Confession of Augsburg is signed by the Protestant princes 1530 T Note
Martin Luther advises the Protestant princes not to compromise 1530 T Note
Protestant princes ordered to conform by 15th April 1531 1530 T Note
The German Protestant princes deliberate at Schmalkalden 1530 T Note
League of Schmalkalden/ Schmalkaldic League 1531 - 1547 T Note
Lutheran deadline for conformity expires 1531 T Note
German Lutherans refuse the Pope's invitation to a general council 1537 T Note

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