Reformation Storyboard

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  •  Stotterheim - July 2, 1505
  • Save me Saint Anne, and I will become a Monk!"
  • Wittenberg - 1517
  • What are these indulgences?
  • Thank the Lord.
  • Buy these indulgences and you will be forgiven into heaven!
  •  I have sinned.
  •  October 31, 1517 -  95 Theses
  • Get your indulgences!
  • 95 Theses 
  • Those indulgences are wrong! Lutheranism is right!
  •  Martin Luther was caught in a terrible lightning storm and begged to be saved and in return, he would become a monk. He felt that monastery would give him salvation, but did not find the enlightenment he was seeking.
  • Wittenberg - 1517
  • Unless I am convinced by scripture and not by Pope or Priest who keep contradicting themselves, my conscience is in the word of God.
  • Martin Luther was dissatisfied when he noticed immoral practices from the Church. Priests abused their authority by selling relics and indulgences. Selling these indulgences would fund the construction of St. Peter's  Cathedral.
  • Wittenberg - 1517
  • Wittenberg - 1517
  • The proper method of translating the Bible is to use God's words and not man's terminologies.
  • Wittenberg - 1517
  • During 1517, Martin Luther wrote a 95 Theses and nailed it to the Church door. He questioned the Catholic Church for its growing corruption. His powerful words changed the minds of many across Europe and began to spread heresey. This caused the spread of the religion, Lutheranism.
  • Wittenberg - 1517
  • Let us stop the corruption of the Church!
  • Welcome to Lutheranism!
  •  Martin Luther continued to emphasize the superiority of the Bible, rather than the immoral practices of the Church leaders as the ultimate religious authority. His acts soon lead him to be excommunicated by Pope Leo X, in 1521.
  • 95 Theses 
  • You must leave this Church immediately!
  •  Martin Luther traveled to Germany where he met the inventor of the printing press, Johannes Gutenberg. Luther's desire was for people to individually connect with God. This idea led Luther to translate the Bible into several different languages. This dramatically changed the relationship between the church and its followers.
  • Luther and his followers turned to the religion, Lutheranism. He taught his followers that buying indulgences would not help them get forgiven into heaven. Luther's religion taught that doing good deeds would not bring salvation. One must believe in God's existence and greatness in order to receive his grace. Lutheranism was a more democratic religion than Roman Catholicism.
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