The Catholic Church was highly corrupt prior to Martin Luther denouncing their activities. They would sell pardons for the dead in Heaven and gather up huge sums of money unethically.
He was a Catholic priest before he broke from the church.
Martin Luther was a Catholic priest before he became famous.
He went to school to be a lawyer, and, after a terrifying experience in a lightning storm, he became a Catholic friar.
Martin Luther, the one from the reformation, was not a slave. He was actually a monk before he was excommunicated from the church.
Martin Luther did not change the early Christian Church, he couldn't have, the Church was formed around 33 A.D. and was around for over fourteen (14) centuries before Martin Luther was ever born in 1483 A.D..
Martin Luther didn't determine people got to heaven, but the Catholic Church was the entity that determined who got into heaven. If they excommunicated a person that was taken away. People were in great fear of being excommunicated by the church.
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There were no protestants before that time in England. The only reason Henry VIII broke away from the church is so he could divorce Catharine of Aragon (divorce was not allowed in the Catholic Church) and marry Anne Boleyn. Actually, Martin Luther had already made his split from the Catholic Church before Henry had is 'little problem.' He defended the Church against Martin Luther's heresies and received the title of 'Defender of the Faith' from the pope.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was giving a speech at a church in Memphis, Tennesse.
Martin Luther did not "split" from the Catholic Church, he left the Catholic Church and started his own. That is technically known as apostasy and heresy. The Orthodox Churches split from the Catholic Church, Martin Luther apostatized from the Catholic Church - two completely different things.
In the fifteen centuries that Our Blessed Lord established His Church until Martin Luther came on the scene and decided to start his own, there have been many other heretics who have criticized the Church for one reason or another. Which is not really comprehensible as the Church is the Body of Christ, so in criticizing the Church, one is criticizing Christ. Anyway, check out the link below.
Martin Luther King, before becoming a inspirational figure, was a vicar for the Church, as his family were very religious... Hope that helpss...
Yes, a little bit before, Martin Luther had already started his.
Martin Luther did not break from the Roman Catholic Church. It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. . When Martin Luther left the Catholic Church he was the culmination of a long process that had been going on in Europe for around two centuries in which men had gradually lost the religious fervor which had guided their lives for centuries before that. In the process of losing that, and the general disdain for the Church which had become prevalent, Luther started a movement of people more interested in their own sins and their own pleasures so that started to form Churches after their own desires rather than what God wanted. This was the start of the protestant heresy which has continued unabated until the present day and resulted in nearly 40,000 different "denominations" all based on what different individuals think is right, rather than God.
He was the pastor of a Baptist church.
Luther was an academic, he studied theology, philosophy and law. When he was about 25 he became a priest.
Well....there was only one Church...the Catholic Church starting in AD33 after Pentecost....in 1054, the Great Schism between the Western and Eastern Church occurred...splitting Christianity into the Catholic Church (west) and the Orthodox Church (east). Then the protestant reformation started around 1517 or so....with Martin Luther as the catalyst. This further caused a split in the western church.
He was a Christian who separated from the Roman Catholic church before Martin Luther started the Protestant reformation. His followers were known as Lollards, and his movement became known as the Lollard movement.
AnswerNo. Martin Luther formed a breakaway Church in Germany, now the Lutheran Church, well before the Church of England came into being.
Most of Martin Luther's problems with the Catholic Church were personal. The Catholic Church, as the only authorized representative of Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, has always preached honesty, integrity, abstinence, sobriety, and personal responsibility before the Lord. Catholics believe that Martin Luther disagree with all of these things. They say that being unable to live up to them, he attacked the Church in other ways. He re-translated the Bible throwing out seven books from the Old Testament and putting in words in the New Testament to make a "Bible" that agreed with his personal philosophy. In attacking the Church, he started by posting 95 Theses, a copy of which is attached below.
Martin Luther is the person who led the protest against the Roman Catholic Church that resulted in the formation of the Protestant group.Catholic AnswerFirst off, it's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. Secondly, there have been innumerable people who have protested against the Catholic Church in the past two thousand years. During the protestant revolt, Luther, Zwingli, Calvin, and Henry VIII all protested as they started their own churches, but there were innumerable heretics before them, to get a reasonable answer, you will have to narrow your question down to a time period and a country.
Martin Luther was able to spread Protestant theology with the aid of the printing press. He published tracts into the German language, which before was only written in Latin. He also wrote his 95 thesis against the Catholic Church for the selling of indulgences.
Catholic AnswerRoman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the Catholic Church. .This is reality, the Catholic Church is the Mystical Body of Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit. This is God we are talking about here. Everything that exists, only exists because the Almighty keeps holding it in existence. God knew from before He created the world, that Martin Luther would be born because with God there is no time, He just exists; as a matter of fact, He IS existence, and nothing exists outside of God. This is reality, to speculate about another world, you would need to ask your question in the fiction section.
It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. . Christopher Columbus was born in Northern Italy several decades before Martin Luther was born, and well before he thought up his new religion of protestantism, so he was brought up like any good Italian Christian.
The Catholic (universal) Church was divided long before Luther into the Roman and Eastern Catholic Churches - a power struggle between Rome and the rest of the Catholic community was the original split. From Wikipedia on Matin Luther: 'Luther's theology challenged the authority of the papacy by holding that the Bible is the only infallible source of religious authority and that all baptized Christians under Jesus are a universal priesthood. According to Luther, salvation is a free gift of God, received only by true repentance and faith in Jesus as the Messiah, a faith given by God and unmediated by the church.' Luther was a Church reformer and is considered the father of protetantism, which relies on the Bible as the Christian Authority.