Jordan G. 1st

What was the change?

A movement for ending the establishment of the reformed and protestant churches.They became known as non-catholic churches. Also nobles supported Luther and his ideas because they thought his ideas would weaken the emperor's power over them. Many tried to stop the change of protestant faiths in Europe. The pope did everything in his power to try to make people remain under his rule.

Who were the people associated with the change?

How did the change impact society at the time?

There many different ideas that led to all of these different opinions. Some people remained loyal to the pope and some believed Luther's ideas would lead to changes in the society. At that time many people wanted s change in the church, and Luther gave them a reason to believe something else was right. This led to the founding of new christian churches.

How is that change evidence in todays modern society?

It was a movement that help the religious aspect of the world grow, and helped people be able to make their own decision when it comes to there religion. Luther posted 95 theses on the door on a castle church it was a protest that everyone could see right when they walked in