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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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Sproul, 41 maps, and topical articles are included in the Reformation Study Bible, plus many historic creeds, confessions, and catechisms of the Christian faith.
These events, which made Protestants anxious, were balanced by tercentenaries of the Reformation translations of the Bible into English and the building of a memorial to the Protestant martyrs of 1555-1556.
The Reformation was rediscovered as a singing movement and many congregations up and down the country played an active part.
The field of Reformation Studies has been greatly enriched over the past couple years by the efforts of some of its leading scholars to produce new works of synthetic interpretation, four of which are under review in this essay.
With the change of the North American-ased managing editors of the journal Archive for Reformation History (in German, Archiv fur Rejormationsgeschichte), the two outgoing editors and Heinz Schilling have produced a fitting publication as volume 100 in the journal's book publications.
There is a myth that unlike places such as Yorkshire, where the new Protestant faith provoked rebellions, the Welsh welcomed the Protestant Reformation without any fuss.
THE Royal Mail have been branded second class after getting the date for the Scottish Reformation wrong.
The study of the European Reformation has always been fragmented by confessional bias.
This reference for students in high school and up regards the Reformation Era as a basically religious movement with important political and social consequences, and makes the case for it as the beginning point for modern history.
Reformation history captures the origin and growth of the Protestant Church which today has over 500 million adherents.
Reenacting Martin Luther's famous call for reformation of Church corruption in 1517, Matthew Fox inspirationally defies the modern Roman-Catholic reign in A New Reformation as he diligently and knowledgeably reveals its institutional flaws and proposes a more productive and helpful reordering of the practices and policies of the dominant Christian churches.
The pastor has also created a Religious Right lobbying group, the Center for Moral Clarity (CMC), and late last year a group called Reformation Ohio with similar goals as Johnson's group, including the registering of 400,000 voters.