Martin Luther

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The Reformation in Europe, which occurred in the 16th century, may better be dubbed the Lutheran Reformation! On July 17th 1505, a young student knocked at the door of the Augustinian monastery at Erfurt and asked to be admitted as a novice. Such commitment to monastic life occurred countless times in those days and was thus neither spectacular nor unusual. This particular case was noteworthy, for the student was Martin Luther. This single man stirred the desires that voiced the opinions of many individuals in many different social classes. He stated the facts and the some of the wicked took the truth to be hard. The struggle for power between the state and the church was an ongoing battle since the rise of Christianity. Luther’s logic was that if everything depended upon God, then nothing is left over for man! Authority and power were important to the clergy and Luther pointed out that holding Authority means holding responsibility. The break began over a very practical matter, Indulgences! Luther protested against the practice because in his eyes indulgences were both deceptive and pernicious. Who had the authority?Is it being exercised righteously? On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther took a bold stand when he nailed his Ninety-five Theses on the door of the Castle Church. He organized the facts and it was distasteful for many who were in authority over the church. A quote given by a very famous yet despised man Adolph Hitler states “My mind is made up, don’t confuse me with the facts”. Many times the facts bring up feelings and guilt that have been successfully rationalized and squandered away. Martin Lutherfirst found the facts, this he did by years of thought, study and prayer. Secondly he filtered the facts, he weighted them out by comparing them to biblical doctrine and I believe he also paid attention to one of the greatest teachings shared by Jesus. “”Ye shall know them by their fruits… A good tree cannot bring forth-evil …