2. He believed that only faith could redeem a person and that no rituals would save a person if they did not believe. He even writes the 95 theses were he writes what he believes about the church sh. One example of his belief of the church was, “People could not ‘buy off’ their sins, only …show more content…
He being a very crude man shows that he can be very agitated and easily made angry. His first statement shows that he had no trouble going against the people who opposed his view points or interpretations. His second statement means that the world is letting go of him. “I am fed up with the world, and it with me,” shows that Luther has done his part of helping the world and the earth has done its part helping Luther.
4. An Indulgence would reduce the amount of time in the Purgatory, but it did not bring the forgiveness of sins. They were so popular because people wanted to be in heaven faster so the church was able to get money to pay for the church’s increasing expanses.
5. His theses stating that “Priests are not divine beings,” was most influenced by the Renaissance idea of humanism. Humanism is the thought of attaching importance to humans rather than divine or supernatural matters. Priests are viewed as high beings that can communicate with god and can give out god’s blessings. This theses basically shows the basis of humanism in its context and humanistic beliefs.
6. He posted on his disagreements on the church door in Wittenburg. He just wanted the church to clean up his acts. The church laughed and was angry at him. Luther was forced to give up his view points but he didn’t. He was forced to go hiding in a castle of Frederick of