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1507
1510
1520
MARTIN LUTHER:
The Exiled Monk

His Religious Experience
Teaching and Theology
Sent to Rome
In 1510, Martin Luther was sent to Rome for a mission. He was given this mission by the Augustinian Order. He traveled to Rome by foot. Luther expected Rome to be holy. However, to Martin Luther's surprise, Pope Leo X, a member of the Medici family, lacked justice and saintliness of the priesthood (7).
In Roman Catholism, it was believed that the amount of time in Purgatory would depend on how much you contribute to charity and good works. A good work would be to donate money to the church. On October 31st, 1517, Luther wrote a letter to Albert of Mainz, a bishop, in which he protested against the sale of indulgences. Martin nailed "The Ninety-Five Theses", which used to be titled "Dispution of Martin Luther on the Power and Efficacy of Indulgences", to the church door in Wittenberg. Martin Luther did not intend to face the church (4)(3).
Banned
On June 15th, 1520, Pope Leo X issued an ultimatum. He had threatened Martin Luther with excommincation (2). With this official order, Martin Luthers works were banned. However, Martin Luther had burned Pope Leo X's letter in public (3).
1521
Martin Luther was excommunicated by Pope Leo X from the Roman Catholic Church in January 3 1521 (5).
BY CHARLAYNE, TESSA, AND ROSINA
1521
Martin Luther was summoned to the Imperial Diet in the city of Worms. At this assembly, Martin Luther was told to give up his statements. As a reply, Martin Luther refused to do so (2)(3).
1483
BIRTH:
WHO IS MARTIN LUTHER?
1505
In March 6, 1522 , Luther secretly returned to Wittenburg, while the Peasant's war was happening. He wrote to his elector that he was under Satan's sheephold and that he had commited tons of ravages that cannot be repaired from writing, but only in person. For 8 days during Lent, he preached about 8 times about Christian core values. People were really inspired from his sermons, but despite his success, some preachers still abet crime during the Peasant's War--when most barbarity was commited in Luther's name. Luther wrote an opposition while most rebels put down their hands. (4)(7)
Marriage- Reformation
There were nuns who escaped and Luther attempted to find spouses for them. At last, one and only lady was left, 26 year-old Katharina von Bora, the little girl of a poor aristocrat. When they married, Katharina was 26 and Luther was 41-42. Their marriage turned out to be a happy one.(7)
He composed numerous books on Protestant philosophy, Christian intruction book and psalms to be sang during services. Protestantism spread quickly over northern Germany and Switzerland. When Luther passed, it was settled, for the most part in the system Martin Luther made.
Luther had been sick now and again for the majority of his life and his wellbeing had been breaking down as he aged. He died on a visit to Eisleben, his birth town, in 1546 at 62 years old.
He was buried in Castle Church in Wittenberg before the podium where he conveyed most of his sermons. The grave is still there.
BIBLIOGRAPHY:
HOW DID MARTIN LUTHER'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS AFFECT THE WORLDVIEW DURING THE RENAISSANCE PERIOD?
(1)
(1997-2016).
Martin Luther
http://www.greatsite.com/timeline-english-bible-history/martin-luther.html

ACCESSED ON: March 22nd, 2016

(2)
(2016).
Martin Luther Biography
http://www.biography.com/people/martin-luther-9389283

ACCESSED ON: March 22nd, 2016

(3) Fitton A. , Goodman M. D. , O'Connor E
. (2007).
Worldviews- Contact and Change.
Pearson Education Canada.
Don Mills, ONT.

ACCESSED ON: March 22nd, 2016

(4)
(n.d.)
Martin Luther https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Luther

ACCESSED ON: March 22nd, 2016

(5)
(n.d.)
Martin Luther
http://www.medieval-life-and-times.info/medieval-religion/martin-luther.htm

ACCESSED ON: March 22nd, 2016

(6) (2002) Martin Luther
http://martinluther.ccws.org/journey/index.html

ACCESSED ON: March 22nd, 2016

(7) (2007-2016) A Martin Luther Biography
http://www.uncommon-travel-germany.com/martin-luther-biography.html

ACCESSED ON: March 22nd, 2016

Artisitic representation of Martin Luther, credits to http://www.biography.com/people/martin-luther-9389283
Map of Germany; Eisleben- where he was born- symbolized with a red figure; credits to dokuwiki.noctrl.edu for the pic.
Turning Moment- When he decided to become a monk
This is a picture of a monastery in Germany built at the time. This is most likely what the monastery that Luther lived at looked like- though it is not for certain. Credits to monkeysandmountains.com for taking the pic.
Artistic Respresentation of Jesus Christ. Credits to huffingtonpost.com
This timeline is based on
important events that
occured during his
lifetime.

1517
1521
95 Theses
http://reasonabletheology.org/95-theses/
http://hostelblog.hostelrocket.com/things-to-do-in-rome/
The Edict of Worms was released by the council on May 8th, 1521. Martin Luther's writings were banned and he was declared as a "convicted heretic". Because of this Edict, Martin Luther condemned and became a wanted man(2).
May 8th, 1521.
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/martin-luther-excommunicated
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/martin-luther-excommunicated
Luther is excomissioned
https://patriciahysell.wordpress.com/2014/05/16/05-16/25-edict-of-worms/

Return to Wittennburg
1522
http://epicworldhistory.blogspot.ca/2012/05/peasants-war.html
1507-1509
In 1507, he was appointed to the priesthood, and in 1508, von Staupitz, first dignitary of the recently established University of Wittenberg, sent for Luther, to educate theology. He got a four year certification in Biblical studies on 9 March 1508, and another bachelor's degree in the Sentences by Peter Lombard in 1509.
(4)
http://protestantism.co.uk/reformers
(7)
http://www.missionariesbiography.com/January/29katharina.html
(7)
Theses
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