Martin Luther & and the Protestant Reformation

Martin Luther & and the Protestant Reformation

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Sea'nah's storyboard for her Religion Assessment in 2018 Term 4.

Storyboard Text

  • I'm going to translate the bible so that people can read it by themselves 
  • We are gathered here today to celebrate the loss of our beloved, Martin Luther 
  • Goodbye Law, I'm going to become a monk. 
  • Dear Mother, I regret to inform you that ...
  • Hello, I am here to become a monk. 
  • After Luther ran away, he decided that he was going to translate the Bible from Latin to German. He believed that people show be able to read the bible on their own and not have it spoken to them, which means that the priests could change what it says and the people of the church wouldn't know.
  • I have noticed that you are doing wrong and I want you to stop 
  • I have no idea of what you are talking about 
  • Unfortunately on the 18th of February 1546, Martin Luther bast away.
  • Church
  • 95 Theses
  • In the next two weeks, he withdrew from University, & entered the Augustinian Monastery, becoming an Augustinian friar, took his vow and sent a message to inform his family.
  • I here, excommunicate Martin Luther for protesting against the selling of indulgences
  • You will never catch me, I am a free man
  • When Luther had finished his studies at the Monastery, he noticed the priest and clergy in the church were doing wrong, prostitution corruption and more. he confronted the church about their wrong doings. The church denied his accusations and sent him to the University of Wittenberg.
  • At this University he learned bible scriptures and the truth. the truth he learned was ' the 'just' shall live by faith and not by the bible or what the church had to preach. On October 31st 1517 he nailed the 95 theses to the door of the church. The 95 theses was a protest against the selling of 'indulgences'.
  • From Martin Luthers' act the church responded in 2 ways, the first wasting Luther to court which lasted 3 days, and let to Luther escaping arrest and imprisonment in Rome. The second response was for Pope Leo X, to issue a papal bull declaring Luthers theses to be heretical. when Luther still did not react he was excommunicated.
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