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Reformation_note_part_one - Luther & Gutenberg Without the...

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Without the invention of the printing press it is unlikely Luther” ideas would have had such a big impact.
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Luther the Law Student Luther had a life changing event while studying law. law school was very different from today
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Luther’s Guilt Luther attempted many type of penance but was unable to relieve his tremendous sense of guilt.
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Luther Disillusioned in Rome Luther went to Rome in an attempt to relieve his great sense of guilt but nothing he could do would give him relief from his guilt. He saw the veneration of relics in Rome as being a mechanical faith.
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Luther is Encouraged to Study As Luther becomes more disillusioned with the church he is urged to study the Bible and Theology.
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Luther Interprets the Bible Luther wondered how Christ who was without sin could feel forsaken by God. Luther concluded that by taking on man’s sin, Christ identified with sinful man with such solidarity that he felt man’s estrangement from God, and cried out “my God, my God why hast Thou forsaken me.”
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2011 for the course HIST 058 taught by Professor Babice during the Fall '10 term at Everglades.

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