Martin Luther's Principle Of The Roman Catholic Church

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Martin Luther had many different beliefs than that of the Roman Catholic Church and the church did not, however, respond well to them. Luther first attacked the selling of indulgences because the put and unnecessary strain on the people not to mention he thought it to be a sin. The Roman Catholic Church did not favor this one because that is how the received most of their money for building things. He believed that you could go to heaven by faith alone. This, however, was not a principle of the Roman Catholic church believes once you are saved you go to heaven. Luther also disagreed with the fact the Roman catholic Church worship “ higher authority” instead of God. Two of his beliefs were sola Fide and Sola Scripture. These two beliefs stated

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