'The Ninety-Five Theses' By Martin Luther

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The ninety-five Theses were written by Martin Luther. He didn’t like the way the church was. He thought that they were getting over on the people. For instance they had you pay for someone else’s sins. They would make you think that they were getting into Heaven, but in reality you were just making the church wealthier. The church also criticized the power of pope, indulgences, the church also believed in going to hell. One of his main concerns was indulgence. The church had people thinking that if you paid them money your sins would just magically wash away. They made it seem as if you could buy your way to God. The more you paid for your family member or friend the less time they had to sit in hell or the waiting room to go to Heaven to

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