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Some questions about Martin Luther's "95 Theses" are when he wrote the document, what the document was about and what inspired him to write it. Another question about "95 Theses" is what effect the document had on the wo... More »

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Martin Luther's 95 Theses were written in 1517 and infamously nailed to the door of the Wittenburg Castle church on October 31. Another name for the 95 theses is Disputation on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences. With... More »

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Martin Luther was a German monk whose main beliefs were that the Bible is the only true source of religious authority and that salvation can only come through faith in Jesus Christ, not good deeds. Luther challenged the ... More »

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Martin Luther was a theologian and monk famous for his public denunciation of the Catholic Church, particularly its practice of selling indulgences, or forgiveness for minor sins. After he was excommunicated, he preached... More »

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Martin Luther was a German monk whose main beliefs were that the Bible is the only true source of religious authority and that salvation can only come through faith in Jesus Christ, not good deeds. Luther challenged the ... More »

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Martin Luther wrote "The Ninety-Five Theses" because he was dissatisfied with several practices of the Roman Catholic Church, including the sale of indulgences, the abuse of priestly power and the power of the Pope. He a... More »

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Trivia questions on the topic of the Protestant Reformationist, Martin Luther, are available at the websites of the Hosanna Lutheran Church in Texas and the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). The latter is intended to te... More »

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