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    Desiderius ErasmusDutch philosopher and humanist
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    Henry VIII begins his plans to divorce Catherine by declaring that Henry and Catherine's marriage is invalid on the grounds that she had been married to Henry's brother, Arthur.
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    Desiderius Erasmus's greatest contribution to the Reformation was undoubtedly the publication of his Greek-Latin New Testament in 1516. The New Testament casted a new light on the the perception of religion. It allowed others to see the church for what it was and what needed to so desperately be fixed. Erasmus's New Testament was primarily used by Martin Luther in 1522 to translate the content from its original Latin form to the native language German for the first time. It was also used by William Tyndale in 1526 who translated the work into English. The spread of the content within the New Testament eventually led to the popularity of the Reformation.
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    Although Erasmus called for the reform of the Roman Catholic Church, he simply wanted moral reform. He did not want to leave the church and remained supportive of the Pope. Erasmus did not have a high view of Scripture. Erasmus was a Renaissance rationalist. He placed reason above Scripture, therefore the truth of Scripture was not that important to him.
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    Although Erasmus called for the reform of the Roman Catholic Church, he simply wanted moral reform. He did not want to leave the church and remained supportive of the Pope. Erasmus did not have a high view of Scripture. Erasmus was a Renaissance rationalist. He placed reason above Scripture, therefore the truth of Scripture was not that important to him.
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