Of post-reformation expositors down to the present century scarcely two agree in their interpretations.
The hideous monstrosities of post-reformation times did not then disfigure our churches.
He was the link that united English pre-Reformation and post-reformation music.
Nearly all are post-reformation—a fact which speaks for itself.
This library at present contains several hundred volumes of ancient (patristic, scholastic, and post-reformation) divinity.
The subject naturally divides itself into two parts—(a) The pre-reformation period, (b) The post-reformation period.
But in post-reformation times one stood on a raised platform at the west end of the church.
In post-reformation times he continued his career without losing his rank or status, his dignity or usefulness.
Some of these post-reformation vessels are extremely interesting.
Discussion of post-reformation fasting, however, or fasting in general, forms no part of our present undertaking.
"improvement, alteration for the better," late 14c., "restoration;" mid-15c., "improvement," from Old French reformacion and directly from Latin reformationem (nominative reformatio), noun of action from past participle stem of reformare (see reform (v.)). In reference to the European religious movement, it is attested by 1540s, borrowed from Luther. The movement began as a bid to reform doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome.
A religious movement in the sixteenth century that began as an attempted reform of the Roman Catholic Church but resulted in the founding of Protestant churches separate from it. Some of the leaders of the Reformation were Martin Luther, John Calvin, and John Knox. The Reformation was established in England after King Henry VIII declared himself head of the Christian Church in that country.