Chapter 1:
Major Civilizations
Chapter 2:
14th - 16th Century
Chapter 3:
Humanities
Chapter 4:
Reformation
Chapter 5:
Age of Discovery
Chapter 6:
Great Power System
Chapter 7:
Scientific Revolution
Chapter 8:
Enlightenment
Chapter 9:
Democratic Revolution
Chapter 10:
Industrial Revolution
Chapter 11:
Modern Ideologies
Chapter 12:
Age of Imperialism

Reformation

  • Avignon Papacy

  • John Wyclif and the Vulgate Bible

  • Papal Criticism before Luther

  • Martin Luther and Lutheranism

  • Peace of Augsburg

  • English Reformation and Anglicanism

  • Other Reform Movements

    • Quakers

    • Anabaptists

    • Mennonites

    • Methodists

    • Baptists

    • Swendenborgians

    • Mormons

    • Amish

    • Shakers

    • Presbyterianism

  • Catholic Reform Movements

    • Council of Trent

    • Jesuits

    • Franciscans

  • French Wars of Religion

  • Inquisition

  • Non-Christian Religious Traditions

    • Buddhism

    • Hinduism

    • Islam

    • Judaism

    • Shintoism

    • Confusionism





In "Treasures from the London Library: Visual Propaganda During the Reformation," Dunia Garcia-Ontiveros explains that this is "an illustration of the "˜Calvinist wolves of discord' dressed in monks' habits and devouring a sheep labelled "˜concordia'. The sheep represents the Concordia Wittenbergensis, a failed attempt at bringing Lutherans and Zwinglians together in 1536. The caption below the illustration reads: Matth. 7.: Beware the false prophets coming in sheepskins to you, but inside they are rapacious wolves etc." The illustration originally appeared in Zacharias "˜Rivander' Bachmann's Lupus excoriatus in 1591.