The Role Of Christianity In Martin Luther's Position

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Martin Luther affected his society by putting Christianity in a good position. He also translated the bible from Latin to German. Let people believe that there are only two sacraments. He put Christianity in a good position by presenting Christianity in a very swell way which may people want to know more about that religion. The good thing about translating the bible was because people more people can read it and learn from it. The two sacraments that he let people believe that the only two sacraments are baptism and marriage. Many people look up to Martin Luther because of how he devoted his life to his work and into doing good for the people. Martin Luther was an incredible monk. He always was very in depth with his prayers and his religion. He almost died in the blistering cold and without sleep for his faith in Christianity. He stated “ If anyone could have earned heaven by the life of a monk, it was I.” Martin Luther always believed he was doing the most for himself and his Christianity but he always felt that what he did was not ever enough to please God. Luther could not …show more content…
Martin Luther affected his society by putting Christianity in a good position. He also translated the bible from Latin to German. Let people believe that there are only two sacraments. He put Christianity in a good position by presenting Christianity in a very swell way which may people want to know more about that religion. The good thing about translating the bible was because people more people can read it and learn from it. The two sacraments that he let people believe that the only two sacraments are baptism and marriage. Many people look up to Martin Luther because of how he devoted his life to his work and into doing good for the people. People believed that Martin Luther was the best thing to happen to a Christian life but other people disagree very much on that

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