The Reformation

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  • Help me St. Anne. I will become a monk!
  • I don't have enough money to buy an indulgence, i'm going to go straight to hell.
  • How dare they make us pay for gods forgiveness,its not fair!
  • Im going to put a stop to this, it's outrageous
  • This will show the church why they shouldn't do this
  • 95 THESES
  • Martin Luther was a educated scholar,born in, Eislben/ Saxony Germany, 1483. One night he was out walking and nearly got killed by a lighting strike, so he vowed to St. Anne that he would become a monk.
  • Yeah we shouldn't have to pay for gods forgiveness
  • Martin luther was so outradged that he decided to write 95 theses to the Wittenberg church about why the church is corrupt, why people shouldn't have to pay for Gods forgiveness and how it should be.
  • We have to help
  • Thats terrible
  • After Martin Luther finished writing all of the 95 theses about what he thought was right and his beliefs, he went to the church to nail them all onto the church door.
  • Finally the church has stopped selling indulgences. Now we don't have to worry
  • Martin Luther's disagreement then caught the peoples attention and they agreed with him, so they started a protest to hopefully change the churches rules and stop indulgences from being sold.
  • lets protest
  • lets make it right
  • I agree, lets do it
  • All of this started the reformation. The reformation began in 1527 and spread to multiple other different countries including Scandinavia and Scotland. All of these countries helped the protest and prove that the church was wrong and selling indulgences isn't right
  • This all helped make the church change the rules and remove the need to make people pay for indulgences, so they live a good after life in heaven.
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