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    disagreements between people, especially when it came to religion. These disagreements can lead to a wide variety of things, whether it be war, compromise, or just flat out tension. In one of the bigger disputes of religion in European history, Martin Luther and John Calvin vs. the Catholic Church, there was no clear winner or loser towards the beginning, once the two men proposed their ideas of why the Catholic Church wasn’t to be followed blindly. Their unique ideas opened the eyes of the…

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    Martin Luther is a person commonly known for being the key component of the Reformation. His Ninety-Five Theses Concerning Indulgences, which he posted on the door of a church in Wittenberg, Germany in 1517, grabbed many people’s attention for listing the issues of the corrupt clergy and is commonly known for marking the start the Reformation. However, according to the Sixteenth Century Dutch scholar Erasmus, “The egg was laid. Luther had but to incubate and hatch it.” There was an abundance of…

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    Gloria Fiero presents Martin Luther as the voice of the religious reform movement against the abuses of the Church of Rome. Martin Luther's revolt against the church was an attempt to put an end to “the misery and wretchedness of Christendom” (Friero, Pg. 475). Hence he insisted that the way to find peace with God was through having heartful faith in God. Thus this idea contradicted some of the corrupt behaviors that the church was practicing such as indulgences. Consequently, Martin Luther’s…

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    Martin Luther and Ferdinand Magellan are both easily two of the most well known and influential men in history. Yet, both men inspired the world in very different ways. Martin Luther, a devoted German monk, and Ferdinand Magellan, a courageous Portuguese explorer, made changes to the pre-modern world that still make a mark today. Ferdinand Magellan, always remembered as an adventurous navigator, was the first European to cross the Pacific Ocean, circumnavigate the globe, and discover new sea…

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    Martin Luther was born on November 10, 1483, Eisleben, Germany.Sadly he later then died in February 18, 1546, Eisleben, Germany. Martin was a German professor of theology, composer,priest,monk,and a seminal figure in the Protestant Reformation. Luther came to reject several teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. Luther's ideas spread quickly priests who approved of Luther's ideas preached his message in their churches.Churchgoers turn talked about the new ideas at home. Also…

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    just given a special gift from God. Martin Luther King Jr. had many of these gifts. Some of his gifts were being able to trust God and being a very persuasive speaker. Martin Luther King is always a name you associate with segregation, equal rights, or the civil rights movement. He is also sometimes referred to as the starter of the civil rights movement. A quote that relates to his life from himself is, “The time is always right to do what is right”(Martin Luther King Quotes). Another quote…

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    Martin luther was born on the 10 November 1483 in Eisleben, Germany and died on the 18 February 1546 in Eisleben, Germany. During this time he became a controversial figure to the public and members catholic church. He was a German monk who began the Protestant Reformation in the 16th century. At the age of 14 he was moved to a latin school to learn latin. Then he moved back to Eisleben to study grammar, rhetoric and logic. His father Hans wanted martin to become a lawyer. In 1501 martin…

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    and psychology. Each of these revolutions has shaped the world and played a part in my own reform. The Religious Revolution started with Martin Luther and the 95 Theses. In the 95 Theses, Martin Luther addressed the wrong doings of the Catholic Church. Although Martin Luther was correct, the members of the Church were appalled. Not only did Martin Luther openly reject several of the church’s teachings, but he nailed his opinion to the doors of the Church for everyone to see. The Religious…

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    enthusiasm. When one thinks of the word leader, some implications they might think of are, pride, empowerment, maturity and hope. The film, The Best Man incorporates a character who is great example of a leader. Someone who embodied a leader was Martin Luther…

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    Martin Luther Martin Luther was a man that has changed many lives in his time made many people’s lives less stressful by writing 95 theses. Martin Luther was the one that changed the ways of the Catholic Church back in the Middle Ages, which is around the 1500’s. Martin Luther was born into a copper mining family in 1483 in Saxony, Germany. Growing up people knew him as a bright child. In 1505 he received a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Erfurt. However, his father wanted him to…

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