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In Martin Luther’s passage “Against the Sale of Indulgences”, he talks about the workings of priests, bishops, and the Pope. Luther speaks very highly about their authority in this passage, saying that through Jesus Christ, they serve the church in different ways. Priests do not have as much power as the Bishop and Pope, and the Bishop does not have as much power as the Pope. Although a Pope has this power, he is still required the same duties as a bishop or priest in the city which he resides. “The pope does well when he grants remission to souls [in purgatory], not
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