What are the main results of the reformation in Europe?

The reformation in Europe took place from 1517 to 1648, as is commonly believed. This was the process of separating national churches from the influence of the Pope and his governors, as well as the struggle of the new economic order – capitalism against traditional feudalism. The results of this struggle can be considered the formation of many national currents of Christianity, the secularization of knowledge and education, the raising of national consciousness among many peoples of Europe, as well as the transition from feudalism to capitalism and the strengthening of the influence of the Northern European countries on politics in the region.

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