Cirice Ednīwung

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Sēo Cirice Ednīwung wæs ednīwung-styrenes in westernum Europiscum Cristendōme sēo begann in geornoste in 1517. Ūt þære Ednīwunge cwōm þā Oncweðendan Cirican.

Sēo Ednīwung wæs ǣrste angann þe man mōt ednīwan þā Westerne Cirice. Manig westerne Cristnas wæron heortsarig be mislāre and dȳsignessum in þære Rēmisan Cirican, to bysene hiere lāre and dǣdum þe munucas mōt sellan forgiefnes for synnum for seolfre oððe þe prēosthād sealde man, and swylce fylignessa wæron þon eall þurh þā endebyrdnes, of prēostas oð þæm Pāpan.

Martin Luther wæs sē ǣrsta þisre styrenesse ac næs sē ǣrsta ednīwend. His gāstlican foregengan wæron menn swa swa Iohannes Wycliffe on Englum and Jan Hus on Bæmum, þā hæfdon gesōhton to ednīwenne þā Cirican in gelicum wīse.

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Man hycgþ þe sēo Ednīwungyld begann geornoste in 1517 mid Martin Lutheres Fīf and Nigontig Theses[1], þā þe on 13 Winterfylleþ 1517 næglede he hie to þære ciricedura in in Wittenberge, Yppe Seaxland. Ēac onþrȳnede he þone writ in þrim Germaniscum burgum.[2]

Þās Theses wæron spell for cneatunge þā fordēmedon þā Cirican and þone Pāpan. Hie wiþsættedon sēo fylignes þe prēostas and munucas becēapen Godes forgiefnes for synnum for seolfe and þære Cirican lāre on missenlicum þingum.

Ōþer ednīwendas, tō bysene Ulrich Zwingli, eftsōn folgedon. Lēafan and fylignessa þā Oncweðenda ednīwendas wiðcostodon þā Rēmisce Cirice for manigum þing, and on þissum þingum wæron ēstfulnes to Marie, bedrædenne to and ēstfulnes to hālgum, fīf crafode gerynena, sēo lār þe prēostas and munucas sculon heoldan hagosteald, and þæs Pāpan crafing of onsting.


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  1. Simon, Edith (1966). Great Ages of Man: The Reformation. Time-Life Books, pp. 120-121. ISBN 0662278208. 
  2. Pagden, Anthony (2008). Worlds at War. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-923743.