Martin Luther's Changes To The Catholic Church

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Running head: GKE 1 TASK 2 GKE 1 TASK 2 Western Governors University Martin Luther During the time of Martin Luther the Catholic Church was teaching that one’s sins could be forgiven and punishment from God avoided by purchasing forgiveness. Two of his most significant social accomplishments were the challenging of the Catholic doctrine of that time and the translation of the New Testament into German and incorporating his own doctrine. Martin Luther brought changes to the Catholic Religion. Martin Luther noticed that the members of the Catholic Church were taking advantage of under privileged practicing Catholic’s by telling them that their sins would be forgiven if they were to contribute monetary means to the church. Martin Luther…show more content…
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