Martin Luther Essay | The 95 Theses

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The 95 Theses

Summary: This discusses why Luther should not have been excommunicaited.
When one such as Martin Luther tries to argue with the church, we all know he will not win yet the question is in what he is saying. Does he make the point with the 95 Theses? Well understanding the circumstance and authority of this position that he is in. I must conceive that the Church has no ground to excommunicate him.

With the manner in which he conveyed his views to others was in a well written way, he wrote it for the intellectuals and it was them who passed it on. In the 95 Theses Martin Luther writes many debate topics that are challenging the power and efficiency of indulgences. Indulgences had good intentions when they were first established, yet over the years and with the miss use, it became a way to pay for your sins not repent them. The fact is that it was one of...

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