The Ninety-Five Theses By Martin Luther

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The ninety-five theses was originally written in Latin by Martin Luther on the door of the Catholic Church in Wittenberg, Germany in 1517. It was about what Martin Luther felt was wrong with the Catholic Church. There were many things that he criticized about the Church such as the power of the pope, the wealth of the church, and the purgatory. The ninety-five theses was also written to tell people that he didn’t like the way the priests were doing and saying to tried to get money out of people for thing they didn’t do that involved the church. Luther also believed that humans could not reach salvation by their own acts, but that God could bestow it upon them by his divine grace.
The ninety-five theses were important because in the catholic
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