How did the ninety five theses start the reformation?

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Martin posted a list of theses on which he disagreed with the Roman Catholic policy, and offered to debate any of them. He initially hoped to reform the church of Rome, but ended up starting a separate church.
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What were the Ninety-Five Theses?

Luther's ninety-five theses were created during the reformation of the Church in the late 1500s. He angrily prepared a list of 95 arguments against indulgences and sent them t

What are the ninety five theses?

Is widely regarded as the primary catalyst for the Protestant Reformation. The disputation protests against clerical abuses, especially the sale of indulgences.

What was the pope's response to ninety-five Theses?

The pope's responses to Martin Luther, and his ninety-five thesesis covered in The Cleaving of Christendom , by Warren H.Carroll starting on page 8, and running off and on th

What is the ninety five theses mainly about?

Martin Luther wrote the 95 theses as a protest against the selling of indulgences . Here raises 3 main issues: 1. The selling of indulgences to finance the building o

Where did the ninety-five theses begin?

Martin Luther (NOT King!) wrote his 95 theses against indulgences and other church abuses, and nailed them on the door of the Castle church in Wittenberg, Germany in 1517.
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What were the ninety five theses?

They were objections to the Catholic church's practice of sellingindulgences. They were written by a man named Martin Luther, and hewrote them in 1519 to question the Catholic
In Reformation History

What was the importance of ninety five theses?

The Ninety-five Theses, to anyone who knows anything at all about Catholic theology, are a perfect example of Martin Luther's ignorance of Catholic Theology and should be a st