Protestant Reformers

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Fourteenth-century English preacher who made the first English translation of the Bible, followers were called Lollards
John Wycliffe
Bohemian priest who was influenced by above, burned at the stake at the Council of Constance
Jan Hus
German monk and author of the 95 Theses
Martin Luther
Collaborator with above who helped formulate doctrine of the new church, especially on matters of gospel and law
Philipp Melanchthon
French-Swiss theologian who wrote Institutes of the Christian Religion, doctrine can be summerized in the acronym TULIP
John Calvin
Theologian who established a Scottish church based on teachings of above
John Knox
Swiss theologian who asserted communion and baptism were mere symbols, killed in a Swiss civil war
Ulrich Zwingli
English monarch whose desire for a divorce precipitated the English Reformation
Henry VIII
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Archbishop of Canterbury who was fundamental in establishing the Church of England, wrote the Book of Common Prayer, burned at the stake by Queen Mary I
Thomas Cranmer
Dutch Anabaptist who argued for unconditional pacifism
Menno Simmons
Puritan leader who established the Massachusetts Bay colony in 1630
John Winthrop
Seventeenth-century minister who established the first American Baptist congregation in Rhode Island
Roger Williams
Seventeenth-century English tinker, Baptist lay preacher, and author of The Pilgrim's Progress
John Bunyan
Eighteenth-century pair of brothers responsible for Methodism
John and Charles Wesley
Nineteenth-century American preacher who frequently predicted precise dates for the end of the world, followers include the Seventh-Day Adventists
William Miller
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