Lead: In 1648, an exhausted Europe clawed its way out of thirty years of religious warfare with the Treaty of Westphalia.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content: Just over a century had passed since Martin Luther had provoked the debates that led to the formation of the Protestant churches of northern Europe. The religious unity of western Europe was shattered. This furthered undermined what little political unity remained.

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