Protestantism reformation remains one of the historical events in the Christianity. It was a Christian reform movement that started in Europe beginning with Martin Luther’s ninety five Theses though there had been other predecessors who didn’t make a huge impact like Luther. Although the movement later ended, many of the denominations that arose still exist today.
There are many reasons why the movement recorded relative success in countries like Germany, Scandinavia and Switzerland but most important is the fact that there had been no other daring movement that questioned the church like the Reformation movement. The movement also appealed to all classes who had felt tired of corruption in the Roman Catholic Church like sale of indulgencies.
Through domestication of reformation, there was widespread adoption of reformation ideals which led to dismantling of ancestry religious institutions and rise of new social order. To end Protestantism, the Roman Catholic Church responded by establishment of tribunals of in inquisition. However, protestant movement spread rapidly throughout Europe as people were yearning for change.