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  1. 18 de mar. de 2024 · Andreas Karlstadt (born c. 1480, Karlstadt, bishopric of Würzburg [Germany]—died December 24, 1541, Basel, Switzerland) was a German theologian and early supporter of Martin Luther who later dissented from Lutheran views by pressing for more extensive reforms in theology and church life.

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  2. 4 de abr. de 2024 · 37. Andreas Karlstadt (1486-1541) Reformador nacido en Karlstadt y muerto en Basilea por causa de la peste. Estudió en Erfurt, Colonia y Wittenberg.

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  3. Hace 1 día · He also wrote against German academic Andreas Karlstadt, who taught that the Lord’s Supper was a memorial, placing the emphasis on our remembrance of the Supper and not the actual reception of our Lord’s true Body and Blood for the forgiveness of sins.

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    Hace 1 día · Andreas Karlstadt accelerated the implementation of Reformation in Wittenberg. On Christmas Day 1521, he administered the Eucharist in common garment; the next day he announced his engagement to a fifteen-year-old noble girl Anna von Mochau.

  5. Hace 6 días · Por dos periodos estuvo en Wittenberg, primero en 1517-1518, y después en 1519 asistió a cursos impartidos por Lutero, Felipe Melanchthon, Juan Agricola y Andreas Karlstadt sobre hermenéutica ...

  6. Hace 3 días · Caroline period (1625–1649) 1649–1688. 1700–1950. v. t. e. The English Reformation took place in 16th-century England when the Church of England was forced by its monarchs and elites to break away from the authority of the pope and the Catholic Church.

  7. Hace 2 días · Andreas Karlstadt, supported by the ex-Augustinian Gabriel Zwilling, embarked on a radical programme of reform there in June 1521, exceeding anything envisaged by Luther. The reforms provoked disturbances, including a revolt by the Augustinian friars against their prior, the smashing of statues and images in churches, and denunciations of the magistracy.