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which of the following reformers believed that there should be no separation between politics and religion?
martin luther
john calvin
ulrich zwingli
john of leyden

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Martin Luther believed that there should be no separation between politics and religion
John Calvin believed that there should be no separation between politics and religion.

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John Calvin believed that politics and religion should not be separated. Whereas Martin Luther believed that politics and religion should be absolutely separate.
first one is either C or D and o nthe second one i think that when the reinasance times started, so c improve

John Calvin, is the right answer.

Explanation:

John Calvin was a theologian, reformer and priest in Geneva throughout the Protestant Reformation. Calvin was a leading personality in the expansion of the practice known as Calvinism, a Christian theology.  Calvin was an active polemic and explanatory author who caused much debate. He believed that there should be no separation between politics and religion.

John Calvin believed that there should be no separation between politics and religion. 


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