Catholicism and Protestantism
Henry, Martin (2005) Catholicism and Protestantism. Irish Theological Quarterly, 70 (3). p. 262.
At its inception in the early sixteenth century, Protestantism saw itself as a purified, âreformedâ expression of the Christian faith. In the eyes of the Protestant Reformers, Christianity had become corrupt in the hands of the Catholic Church and needed to be restored to the alleged purity of its pristine beginnings.
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