Martin Luther was a christian.
His 95 thesis (problems with the church). And just so you know, the church door was like a bulletin, so he wasn't being disrespectful when he nailed it to the door.
Martin Luther believed salvation came through faith in the grace of God, not by works. He believed authority lies in the scriptures not in tradition or Popes, Bishops, Cardinals, Priests, and other church officers. Out of the Seven Roman Catholic sacraments he rejected all but two: Communion and Baptism.
Martin Luther stated that he did not believe the papacy part of the biblical church. Luther also believed that the right to interpret scripture was not the exclusive right of popes. Luther also asserted that Mass is not a sacrifice, but a gift, to be received with thanksgiving by the whole congregation. He encouraged private confession and absolution rather than confession being compulsory.
The primary difference between Luther's teachings and the Catholic Church is that the Catholic Church believes that revelation closed with the death of the Apostle John at the turn of the century and that the Church is only authorized to teach what has been revealed to her by Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ. Martin Luther, instead, believed that his interpretation of religion trumped everything: the Bible, the Apostles, the Pope, and the Bishops. He wrote volumes trying to justify himself, and he heavily edited the Bible in order to get it to agree with himself. Other protestant revolters objected to his throwing books out of the New Testament and putting words into St. Paul's mouth, but they left the Old Testament as Martin Luther had edited it.
He was a Baptist minister and a prominent leader in the American Civil Rights Movement.
Martin Luther was a Christian theologian as well as a Augustinian monk, his teachings inspired the 'Protestant Reformation'
He also translated the Bible to German while adding several principles to the art of translating the Bible to make the translations more exact.
He wrote 'hymms' that led to the development of congregational singing found in the church today.
Being a Monk, he married a former nun, Katharina Von Bora, which has led to the tradition, in several Christian religions, of pastor, minister marriage.
His in-depth study of the Scriptures led him to the understanding that the Church had lost sight of several 'central truths'. This study led him to the pinnacle of his belief's which on Halloween 1517 he nailed his findings, the '95 theses', to the door of the Wittenberg Church.
Some of these are; (in translated English)
"When our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, said "Repent", He called for the entire life of believers to be one of repentance."
"As long as hatred of self abides (i.e. true inward repentance) the penalty of sin abides, viz., until we enter the kingdom of heaven."
"The pope himself cannot remit guilt, but only declare and confirm that it has been remitted by God; or, at most, he can remit it in cases reserved to his discretion. Except for these cases, the guilt remains untouched."
"There seems to be the same difference between hell, purgatory, and heaven as between despair, uncertainty, and assurance."
"There is no divine authority for preaching that the soul flies out of the purgatory immediately the money clinks in the bottom of the chest."
"It is certainly possible that when the money clinks in the bottom of the chest avarice and greed increase; but when the church offers intercession, all depends in the will of God."
"All those who believe themselves certain of their own salvation by means of letters of indulgence, will be eternally damned, together with their teachers."
"Christians should be taught that one who gives to the poor, or lends to the needy, does a better action than if he purchases indulgences."
What is seen in the '95' is that the flesh is weak and that the church through mistranslating the Bible, had begun to put the Pope, Cardinal's and Priest's on a level with the Lord GOD.
They had begun to promise absolution to those that indulged in the wants or needs of these leaders with property, gold and other wealth.
He was not the only one through this now growing exacting translation of the Bible to know the true meaning of pillar's of righteousness written in the Bible, but he was the first to push this knowledge on the Church.Roman Catholic AnswerBecause some members of the Roman Church were foul and corrupt at the time. Thus, his protest of selling indulgences, and offices within the church was true and right even if he was very wrong in believing that Scripture is the only source of divine revelation.
The extractions from the 95 theses above prove the point that Martin Luther was objecting to his own understanding of one individual's preaching and NOT to the doctrine of the Catholic Church. His understanding of indulgences was so flawed as to be ridiculous if it hadn't put so many souls in eternal danger. As it was, his teachings were despicable especially as people to this day seem to think that he was objecting to real teachings of the Catholic Church. It was tragic then, and after four centuries the tragedy continues to deepen. Indulgences then, as now, have nothing whatsoever to do with forgiveness of sin.
Martin Luther was born in 1483 and he died in 1546. Luther was a German priest and he believed that salvation is not earned by good deeds but received only as a free gift of God's grace through faith in Jesus as redeemer from sin.
He worked as a minister.
He feared God. Therefore God rewarded him in becoming the leader of the Protestant Reformation which changed many corrupt church in the 16th centuries.
Martin Luther was stricken by kidney stone, pain in the heart and problem with his stomach. he died on February 18th 1546.
Well, let's give this a shot:
1. Martin Luther was a monk.
2. He was trained for the Roman Catholic priesthood.
3. He wrote the 95 Theses that galvanized the Reformation.
4. He was excommunicated from the Roman Catholic church.
5. He wrote a series of essays called "Table Talk"
6. He composed the words and music to "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God"
7. He argued for consubstantiation over Roman Catholic transubstantiation of the bread and wine in Mass.
8. He did not like having the Revelation in the Bible.
9. He married a woman whom he loved to the end of life.
10. He and John Calvin (Reformed branch of the Reformation) agreed on many theological points.
Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on Thursday 4 April 1968, in Memphis, Tennessee, on the balcony of the motel he was staying in, just before a meeting.
He belived that black people should be treated as equal to white people
he believed in stopping segregration
Martin Luther King believed that black people should have the same rights as white people. He believed in 'people'.
it criticized the selling of indulgence
Luther's views on Indulgences were debated at the Leipzig Disputation of 1519, by which time Luther was increasingly doubting the whole basis of papal authority. He proceeded to deny the infallibility of the Pope and of General Councils, for which the Pope excommunicated him in 1520.
Although not totally antagonistic to the veneration of saints, Martin Luther saw that the veneration of saints had turned into the worship of semi-divinities who were addressed exclusively for some need, with no reference to Christ. He also objected to the cult of relics to raise money. In Smalcald Articles (1538), he called the invoking of angels and saints, praying to them, keeping fasts and festivals for them, saying masses and offering sacrifices to them, and assigning to them special functions, "idolatory".
It could be said that Martin Luther gradually came into conflict with the Catholic Church because he sought to define standards on issues of faith and morals that were unacceptable to the Church leadership of his time.
I am totally sure it is GREEN because he liked it and he was a wonderful man and he is my DAD!
He had 2, one older sister and a younger brother
They were Willie Christine King,,,,,,and Alfred Daniel King
The man Founder of the leading Political Party OF Bahujan Samaj Party.
The bullet that killed him struck in the jaw, slashed through his jugular artery and spinal cord then proceeded to lodge into his shoulder. Blood gushed from a gaping wound in his face and neck. James Earl Ray killed king, the family decided NOT to press charges...but James died in jail.
Martin Luther was a German theologian and Augustinian monk whose teachings inspired the Reformation and deeply influenced the doctrines of the Protestant churches in general, and the Lutheran church in particular. Luther openly questioned the teachings of the Roman Catholic church, in particular, the nature of penance, the authority of the pope and the usefulness of indulgences. The Reformation of the church began on 31 October 1517, with Luther's act of posting his Ninety-Five Theses, more fully known as the "Disputation of Doctor Martin Luther on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences", on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. The document contained an attack on papal abuses and the sale of indulgences by church officials.
Controversy raged over the posting of the 95 Theses. Luther was excommunicated several years later from the Roman Catholic church for his attacks on the wealth and corruption of the papacy, and his belief that salvation would be granted on the basis of faith alone rather than by works. In 1521, the same year in which he was excommunicated, Luther was summoned before the Diet of Worms. The Diet was a general assembly of the estates of the Holy Roman Empire that occurred in Worms, Germany, from January to May in 1521. When an edict of the Diet called for Luther's seizure, his friends took him for safekeeping to Wartburg, the castle of Elector Frederick III of Saxony. Here, Luther continued to write his prolific theological works, which greatly influenced the direction of the Protestant Reformation movement.
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Coretta Scott King
Martin Luther is considered the founder or leader of the Protestant Reformation, which changed the religious and political map of Europe rather significantly. It began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic church and ended up establishing separate churches in conflict with the Catholics (and sometimes each other). Sometimes these churches were also in conflict with the state when the royalty was an adherent of a different faith.
Martin Luther king changed history on all for the African American's but for colored people meaning tanned people, Spanish, black, brown and any colored skin tone.It's not what Martin Luther King did for just African Americans but what he did for ALL Americans that is significant.
Fifty years ago, America was run mostly by white Protestant males and all others were to one degree or another less than fully enfranchised in many ways. We now have many examples of people from backgrounds of all races and religions and both sexes who have achieved the highest levels in our society and it is no longer a rarity, it is becoming the norm. This not only recognizes their as human beings guaranteed in American law but makes the fullest use of human capital, the most valuable commodity we have. For this reason, Martin Luther King is not just an African American hero but a national hero and fully deserves the national holiday of commemoration we devote to him. No other society can boast an individual who has had such a profound impact, not even India's Mahatma Ghandi when there are still 150 million untouchables in India three generations after his death. Nations with their own racial and ethnic problems which have not even recognized them let alone begun to solve them would do well to study his teachings and how those who used them in America successfully dealt with this difficult issue.
Yes. He has one granddaughter, daughter of his oldest son, Martin Luther III.
The joyous announcement of the birth was especially welcome after the King family lost Coretta Scott King, the widow of King, and their eldest child, Yolanda King, in the last few years.
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