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The Wesleyan Movement
A discussion of the Wesleyan Movement and the Protestant Reformation in England.
# 125350 | 2,000 words | 48 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (British) , History (European) , History (Religion) , Religion and Theology (Christianity)

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This paper answers a series of questions on the Wesleyan Movement, including why the Protestant Reformation came to be in both Europe and England, influences that molded John Wesley into a spiritual leader, terms such as "justification by faith," and the Methodist conception of perfection as evidenced in the questions asked of candidates for ordination.

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"The Protestant Reformation in England developed separately and differently from the Reformation that arose in Europe. One reason for this difference was geographical. England was separated from Europe by the English Channel. More significant, though, was the fact that England's developing national identity centered in large part in their monarchy that would eventually develop a religious establishment that was unabashedly nationalistic, legally centered in the monarchy and strongly anti-papal. (Heitzenrater) The Catholic Church had become corrupt, charging people to marry, to be baptized or..."

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