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Martin Luther, the Reformation and Differences Between the Catholic and Lutheran Faiths

Summary: Martin Luther and his objections to the Catholic faith that led to the Reformation. Also, differences between the Lutheran and Catholic faiths and the teaching of Luther.
Martin Luther belonged to the "Monks de Augustinian", a preaching order. They didn't celebrate the mass, but they celebrated sermons of their own, they wanted people to learn and find answers of their doubts in Faith. "The Pastoral Advising", was for Martin Luther a main task. During the time of the "indulgences" in 1516, many parishioners arrived to other churches to sell their sins and to be free of them. Martin Luther was not in agreement with this therefore he had to look for arguments of weight and value to criticize and to explain the people that this was incorrect that the sins could not be sold. He called this document "95 Theses" and it was written in German and Latin. Using the impression of the press, the 95 theses were disclosed by Germany in only 2 weeks. With this proceeding of...

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