Martin Luther's Influence On The Roman Church

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The impact Martin Luther had on the Roman Church still exists today. This man had a huge influence not only on those in Germany, but those everywhere around the world. Luther challenged the authority of the Pope. He preached that salvation is a free gift from the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ given to a truly repentant sinner. Martin Luther said that the Roman’s had drawn three walls around themselves in order to avoid being reformed by anyone. The first wall of the "Romanists" that Luther disapproved of was the division of the spiritual and temporal state. He criticized this because he said that there was no difference among the states beyond that of office. The second wall states that the neither the pope nor the church are the main
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