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John Wycliffe

1320 - 1384

Medieval and Western Philosopher
A beginner in the Protestant Revolution
Created own Bible "Wycliffe's Bible"

John Huss

1369 - 1415

Executed in 1415
Renaissance and western philosopher
heresy against the doctrines of the catholic church
considered to be the first church reformer


1400 - 1434

christian movement following the teachings of czech reformer John Huss
Hussite Wars: 1420 - 1434


1483 - 1546

Creator of the 95 Thesis
Professor of Theology
Led Protestant Revolution
German who believed in Christianity Freedom

English Reformation

1500 - 1533

Church of England broke away from the authority of the pope and the roman catholic church
Events: The act of annantes (1532) The act of appeals (1533)

Act of Supremacy


Act of Parliament of England (Angelican Church)
Led by King Henry VIII
Declaring he was the only head on Earth of the Church of England
Beginning of English Reformation


1550 - 1700

Followers of the man John Wycliffe
Believed in Western Christianity and religious criticism while trying to reform Western Christianity

Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre


Targeted group of assassinations also a wave of Roman Catholic mob violence directed at the Huguenots during the French Wars of Religion