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Protestantism and Martin Luther: The need for unification in a divided Church

Protestantism and Martin Luther: Martin Luther preaches in Wartburg. By Hugo Vogel.

  Hanne Nabintu Herland sees ‘destructive side effect’ of 16th century Reformation: The early division between Catholics and Protestants began in 1517, when Martin Luther (1483-1546) started a popular uprising, delivering the 95 theses in Wittenberg, Germany. Protestantism and Martin Luther: He criticized the Catholic clergy for placing a monetary price on forgiveness and the path to heaven. Luther’s point was …

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Post Martin Luther: The Church is focusing on ending the divisions

Post Martin Luther: The Church is focusing on ending the divisions, Herland Report Getty

  Five hundred years ago, a previously unknown German monk, Martin Luther, posted a set of statements on the door of a church in Wittenburg, writes The Trumpet. “Historians still debate whether this actually happened, but it is a potent symbol of the start of the Protestant Reformation, which split the Catholic Church and led to numerous, vicious wars. Luther’s …

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