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The Reformers argued that grace, faith, and Christ are both necessary and sufficient.
The formal cause of the Reformation was the question of authority.
It is often said that the Protestant Reformation had both a formal cause and a material cause.
The material cause of the Reformation (i.e., the particulars of the dispute) was over what became the doctrine of justification by grace alone, through faith alone in Christ alone.
The most commonly accepted view holds that Baptist tradition is traced back to the English Separatist movement of the early 17th century.
The English Separatists were a group of individuals who were unsatisfied with the changes made during the English Reformation, which was part of the larger Reformation movement sweeping the Continent, and hence they separated from the Church of England.
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"It's an example of a larger dissonance between Calvinist theology and Calvinist practice,"Olson said.
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All this to say that Baptists come in many different shapes and sizes, but nominally they are all unified on the doctrine of adult believer baptism. There are some Baptist groups that claim the Baptist tradition can be traced in an unbroken line back to New Testament times, somewhat akin to the Roman Catholic tradition of papal succession.
Others claim that, while there was not an unbroken chain of Baptist churches going all the way back to New Testament times, there was a continuity of Baptist forms of faith going all the way back to the earliest beginnings of the church.
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