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=== Magisterijska reformacija ===
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Paralelno s događajima u Njemačkoj, pokret reformacije započinje i u Švicarskoj pod vodstvom [[Ulrich Zwingli|Ulricha Zwinglija]]. Ova dva pokreta su se brzo složila oko većine pitanja, ali su među njima ostale neke neriješene razlike. Neki sljedbenici Zwinglija su smatrali da je reformacija bila suviše konzervativna, pa su se okrenuli još radikalnijim pozicijama, koje danas preživljavaju još samo kod suvremenih [[anabaptist]]a. Drugi su se protestantski pokreti razvijali u liniji misticizma i [[humanizam|humanizma]], ponekad se čak podjednako udaljili od Rima i od drugih protestanata i formirali vlastite neformalne zajednice.
Parallel to events in Germany, a movement began in [[History of Switzerland|Switzerland]] under the leadership of [[Ulrich Zwingli]]. These two movements quickly agreed on most issues, but some unresolved differences kept them separate. Some followers of Zwingli believed that the Reformation was too conservative, and moved independently toward more radical positions, some of which survive among modern day [[Anabaptist]]s. Other Protestant movements grew up along lines of mysticism or [[humanism]], sometimes breaking from Rome or from the Protestants, or forming outside of the churches.
 
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Nakon prve faze reformacije i Luterove osude i [[ekskomunikacija|ekskomunikacije]] od strane pape, postaju sve više značanja pisana djela [[Jean Calvin|Jeana Calvina]] u formiranju labavog konsenzusa među različitim protestantskim skupinama u Švicarskoj, Škotskoj, Mađarskoj, Njemačkoj i drugdje.
After this first stage of the Reformation, following the [[excommunication]] of Luther and condemnation of the Reformation by the Pope, the work and writings of [[John Calvin]] were influential in establishing a loose consensus among various groups in Switzerland, [[History of Scotland|Scotland]], Hungary, Germany and elsewhere.
 
The Reformation foundations engaged with [[Augustinians|Augustinianism]]; both Luther and Calvin thought along lines linked with the theological teachings of [[Augustine of Hippo]].{{citation_needed|date=February 2016}} The Augustinianism of the reformers struggled against [[Pelagianism]], a heresy that they perceived in the Roman Catholic Church. In the course of this religious upheaval, the [[German Peasants' War]] of 1524–1525 swept through the Bavarian, [[Thuringia]]n and [[Swabia]]n principalities, including the [[Black Company]] of [[Florian Geier]], a knight from [[Giebelstadt]] who joined the peasants in the general outrage against the Roman Catholic hierarchy. Zwinglian and Lutheran ideas had influence with preachers within the regions that the Peasants' War occurred and upon works such as the [[Twelve Articles]].<ref>Whaley, pp.&nbsp;222–23, 226</ref> Luther, however, condemned the revolt in writings such as ''[[Against the Murderous, Thieving Hordes of Peasants]]''; Zwingli and Luther's ally [[Philipp Melanchthon]] also did not condone the uprising.<ref>Whaley, pp.&nbsp;222–23</ref><ref>Yarnell III, pp.&nbsp;95–6</ref> SomeDo 100,000 peasants were killedkraja byrata thepoginulo endje ofoko the100000 warseljaka.<ref>Whaley, pstr.&nbsp;220</ref>
 
=== Radikalna reformacija ===