Task 2 Lee Ann Jones GKE2 October 2013 Course Mentors: Mike Dungar, Charity Carney, Sharla Chittick, Rob Whiting “A” Martin Luther, monk of Witternberg, is known for challenging the Catholic Churches Seven Sacraments in his works written in 1517 called The Ninety-five Theses and later, in 1522 when Martin Luther translated The Bible into the German language. Luther’s writing and translation of the bible would lead to significant social and religious changes that would later lead to the Protestant Revolution. The revolution quickly traveled through Germany, France, and the Netherlands. In America, it was Martin Luther works that founded that belief that all have a right to religious freedom (Lion Television, 2002). Through Luther’s writings, he challenged the readers to doubt
Realizing the mistake in which they had made, the cardinals met in Anagni. At this meeting they declared Urban VI’s election as irregular and called for his resignation. After his refusal, the cardinals elected Frenchman Robert of Geneva pope. He took on the name Clement VII and moved the papacy back to Avignon. Clement VII and Urban VI both excommunicated each other from the church giving rise to The Great
He was the creator of the 95 Theses in 1517. Martin Luther allegedly posted his 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, on October 31, 1517. His goal was to stir debate among theologians primarily around the issue of indulgences-payments to the Roman Catholic Church in return for official pardons for one’s sins and grants of salvation in the afterlife. Because of the printing press, the 95 Theses were known throughout Germany in a fortnight and throughout Europe in a month. (Document D).
At the start of king Charles reign things were already looking odd for him because the things he chose to do where completely against parliaments plans. Parliament had to know what the king was doing before he did it but because he never told them what was happening. Parliament and Charles friendship was crumbling gradually. In 1625 Charles married Henrietta Maria, the fifteen year old daughter of Henri IV of France who was a catholic she had her own chapel and priest. Puritans and protestants started to put up posters against the church and the king in 1637 archbishop laud put the people making the posters in trial and those found guilty were severely punished .
Lincoln’s suspension of Habeas Corpus In 1861 of April, Abraham Lincoln suspended the Habeas Corpus. “Habeas Corpus is a writ requiring a person under arrest to be brought before a judge or into court.”(Webster's dictionary) What he had done was very Unconstitutional, unlawful, and caused many people to dislike him. Lincoln arrested those from the south, and made it where they didn’t have to go in front of court or a judge. The judge had ordered Lincoln to bring the people in front of him, but Lincoln and the military refused, and kept doing what they were doing. Should a president be able to do whatever they want?
Therefore, it is based on people’s opinions as to whether or not Martin Luther was revolutionary. Martin Luther began studying at the University of Erfurt in 1501 in which, to his fathers advise he was to study Law. Along with a main subject, students had to also study the 7 Liberal Arts. Luther was now not only gaining a knowledge of the Law and Human Rights he was also studying Grammar which built his knowledge of the proper manner of speaking and writing, along with Rhetoric which teaches on how to give good speeches.Luther also went on to study Theology. This was Luther gaining his base and confidence to go on through life.
Martin Luther’s 95 Theses are hard to comprehend without first understanding who he was as a person. On November 10, 1483, Luther was born to parents Hans and Margarethe Luther in Eisleben, Germany. Luther attended school in Mansfield, Germany where he focused on rhetoric, grammar, and logic. Once Luther turned seventeen, he enrolled at the University of Erfurt, one of the best colleges in Germany. In 1505, at his father’s urging, Luther entered law school.
Finally after one learns about Luther’s life and culture, he can then begin to see the effect Luther’s life had on the culture of his day that have remained strong unto the present. To understand Luther and the impact of his life, one has to understand how Luther was nurtured. On November 10, 1483, Luther was born to parents Hans and Margarethe Luther in Eisleben, Germany. Luther attended school in Mansfield where he learned rhetoric, grammar, and logic. Once Luther turned seventeen, he became enrolled at the University of Erfurt.
Within a year, Hitler began to break this agreement and attack the Catholic Church. Schools were to remove Christian symbols such as the cross from classrooms (possibly to prevent constant reminders of the faith) - later schools were taken
There was an immediate call for a new crusade. However, surprisingly enough, there was not an overwhelming response. Eugenius first appealed to the young King Louis of France. In December of that same year he addressed a papal bull to the king, proclaiming a new crusade: ...We therefore beseech, admonish and command all of you, and we enjoin it for the remission of sins, that those who are on God's side - especially the more powerful and noble men - that they gird themselves manfully and attack the pagan multitudes.. liberate the Eastern church, and strive to wrest many thousands of our captive brethren from their hands... (Brundage, 1962,