A-Z: General definitions: Reformed


1. Improved in character or condition. 2. When use of religious belief or practice, suggests the removal of perceived errors or abuses. 3. (With capital) used of Christians whose faith and practice stems from the Reformation movement in the sixteenth century which resulted in new churches being created as an alternative to the Roman Catholic Church. Its main protagonist was the teacher John Calvin. See Calvinism; Presbyterian.

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