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who began the protestant reformation martin luther
the name given to the religious reform movement that divided the western church into catholic and protestant church the protestant reformation
taught that human beings can reason to improve themselves christian humanism
the goal of christian humanism reform catholic church
best known christian humanist erasmus
erasmus' view of religion "philosophy of christ"
what did erasmus want? reform, not seperate from the church
renaissance popes failed to... meet the spiritual need of their people
release from all or part of the punishment for sin indulgence
downplayed religious dogma and stressed the need to follow the teachings of Jesus modern devotion
both faith and good works to earn salvation catholic teaching
teaching of the protestant reformation justification by faith alone
luther sent the ninety-five thesis to church superiors october 31,1517
95 thesis attack on the sale of indulgences
edict of worms declared martin luther an outlaw, and burnt all his works
what did martin luther's religious movement become? a revolution
first protestant faith lutheranism
the peace of augsburg ended the religious warfare _germans could choose their religion
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