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reformation

A legal action to correct an instrument to comply with the intentions of the parties. If the grantor in a deed will not agree to sign a corrective deed, it may be necessary for the buyer or a subsequent owner to file a reformation action.

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4) On the other hand, throughout this period, the Church did sanction punishment of popular heresies, and, in reaction to the Protestant Reformation, became much more intolerant, using the Inquisition and other means to inhibit dissent.
Philpot, however, argues that the development of nation-state sovereignty had as much to do with the Protestant Reformation as the Peace of Westphalia but concedes that the two events worked to the mutual advantage of each other.
2002) explored the economics of the Protestant Reformation.
Proudly noting that he has been involved in what he called the "New Right" since "the days of Jerry Falwell," Foster asserted that all the "great blessings of Western Civilization came from the Protestant Reformation.
It is a real eye-opener for anyone who thinks that the Protestant Reformation in England was just a quarrel Henry VIII had with the Pope about his marriage to Anne Boleyn.
What Sussman has undertaken in this book is nothing less than a reevaluation of how art and literature were configured at the end of the 18th century, specifically in the wake of the Protestant Reformation and its relation to the Renaissance.
BJORNSSON'S newest historical novel, Byltingarborn (Children of the Revolution), is a rather specialized account of the leaders of the Protestant Reformation (or Revolution) in Iceland: Odd Gottskalksson, the translator of the New Testament into the vernacular Icelandic; and Bjornsson's protagonist, Gizur Einarsson, the Reformation Bishop of the Holy See at Skalholt.
It was the Englishman Wycliffe who, more than a century before the German Martin Luther, began churning out a series of polemical treatises raising the theological issues that would eventually coalesce into the Protestant Reformation.
The Abbey was destroyed during the Protestant Reformation in 1566, and only a small chapel remains.
Its very title, Heirs of the Reformation, stresses the Adventist adherence to the principles of the Protestant Reformation, including justification by faith alone.
The Spanish Inquisition and expulsion of Jews and Muslims from Spain in the 1490s increased speculation about these themes and disseminated them throughout western Europe, a process that soon converged with the Protestant Reformation (16th Century C.
But when the Protestant Reformation and the rapid spread of printing opened the Bible to everyone, there was a rash of extreme end-time movements.
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