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Plague and the Protestant Reformation H213 notes, 13 October 2011 Overview Martin Luther, brief biography and how plague impacted his life story Brief summary of Luther's theology and his views of a Christian's responsibilities during plagues (letter of 1527) Thomas Platter's life story: how plague impacted his life. Platter was an influential printer who converted to Protestantism Overview features of Protestant theology o general differences with the Catholic Church and Catholic Christians o how the theological principles related to choices about plague controls Luther: biographical overview Protestant: a monk who in 1517 broke away from the Church in Rome; led an increasingly large group of followers to protest many Catholic Church practices as inconsistent with his view of an original version of Christianity o Luther created a new Christian theology -- “Justification by Faith Alone” at the core o Reformation unleashed violent religious wars religion for the sake of
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course HIST-H 213 taught by Professor Charmichael during the Fall '11 term at Indiana.

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