Europe after the Reformation

The religious heterogeneity that Europe confronted after the Reformation (and the fracturing of Western Christianity) posed serious political, religious, and cultural dilemmas for Europeans.

1. What were these dilemmas of religious difference, and what were their outcomes and results?
2. How did the French, Dutch and Germans reslove (or attempt to resolve) these problems?
3. What impact did conflict over religious difference have on the historical development of Europe?

Solution Summary

By responding to the three questions, this solution addresses aspects of the religious heterogeneity that Europe confronted after the Reformation (and the fracturing of Western Christianity) posed serious political, religious, and cultural dilemmas for Europeans.