Martin Luther


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  • Martin Luther a German Monk, losing faith in the church
  • luther starts influencing and changing there minds about the Catholic faith
  • I am a scholar and a monk and i love god, but I don't know about how the church is run. I am confused about this, i will pray for guidance
  • 1505
  • Luther stats whats wrong with the church and how it is corrupt in the 95 theses. Luther nails the 95 theses on the castle church in Wittenberg, Germany. this drastically changed peoples views on the church.
  • I am disgusted at how indulgences are being sold for such a petty thing as money, and how the pope has political and religious power. AHH
  • 95 thesis
  • 1517
  • Luther tells people hats wrong with the church, and wants people to rebel with him.
  • We need to do something or else things will stay like this forever. Fight with me and together we can put a end to this madness.
  • 1518
  • The pope leo X excommunicated Luther for his crimes against Roman Catholic Church.
  • I Pope Leo the tenth here by excommunicate, you Martin Luther from the Roman Catholic Church
  • Once Luther had been excommunicated he was in prisoned by Frederick the Wise of Saxony at Wartburg castle, where he started to re-write the new testament in his vernacular language, german.
  • Hmmm, not many christians have access to the bible. I'm going to re-write it but in german because a majority of christians are german
  • Luther rebels against the pope so much that he declares him the ANTI-CHRIST!! Pope leo has had enough and declares Luther a out law and a hertic.
  • You are nothing!! You are all that is evil!! You are the ANTI-CHRIST
  • How dare you. I declare Martin Luther a outlaw and a hertic
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