Martin Luther

Saint or Sinner?

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Bravery

This image is of Martin Luther posting his 95 thesis to the church doors. Martin Luther is considered a saint because he had the bravery to post his 95 thesis on the church for them to see.
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Courage

This is a picture of a page with latin handwriting. Martin Luther wrote all his 95 thesis in Latin, the language of the highly educated, like the people of the church
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Power

This is an Image of stained glass that represents Martin Luther's Power. He got his power from the printing press and he was able to spread his new ideas all throughout to the public without permission from the church.
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Boldness

This Image is of a large latin book. This is significant because Luther wrote a very large quantity of thesis about the church. This shows boldness because he really showed the church about many of their problems in need of reforming.
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Fearlessness

This is an image of a novel written about Martin Luther. This novel shows the Fearlessness that Luther displays throughout his life and how he was brave enough to stand up against the church
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Conflict

This image shows all different types of people arguing different opinions. Martin Luther's acts may have been brave but he caused so much conflict in his area that they may have not have been worth it.
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dispute

This is a picture of people arguing. This represents the disputes that Martin Luther caused. With all the arguing that came with it it raises the question if his reformation ideas were even worth the dispute.
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Bad religious beliefs

This image is of a 'no sign' over a cross. This represents a corrupted religion because Lutheranism is all about only being saved by faith and grace and this could be bad news for some people.
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Anger

This image is of anger. This represents the outrage that the church displayed when Luther stated that they had no spiritual power.
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Frustrated churches

This image displays anger and frustration in the churches. When Martin Luther shared his ideas on the printing press the church got very frustrated and was forced to create new laws that forbid books and other things that didn't support the church.