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Martin Luther and his Thesis

Summary: Discusses Martin Luther and the protestant Reformation. Describes Luther's Ninety-five thesis, challenging certain practices of faith. Examines Luther's effect on world religion.
The Renaissance was a time of change in the viewpoints and attitudes of many people; it was a revolution in thought; new ideas and theories sprung up putting a different focus on things. Man became the center of the world, art elevated to a science, and there was a growing sense of inquiry and exploration. A figure best demonstrating one of these changes was Martin Luther also known as the "conservative revolutionary." Exploring new religious ideas and further inquiring the traditional religious views Martin Luther certainly represents the aspect of inquiry and exploration well. Martin Luther not only studied the religious ways of the past with a new mind, but also wrote the "Ninety-Five Theses" challenging certain practices of faith, and started up the protestant revolution, in his opinion restoring the true faith.

Martin Luther looked at the practices of the Catholic Church and saw...

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