how did the Protestant Reformation contribute to religious toleration?
The Protestant Reformation is a movement in 16th century that changed the course of European and world history in different ways. This movement led to the eventual influence and demise of the previously powerful Catholic Church. People now could be able to worship God as they believed and they stopped rely on the Catholic Church for guidance with religious matters. And which is the most important people began to leave the religious strife that was in the Europe and they headed west to America to worship God as they pleased.