Why Did Luther Wrote The Ninety-5 Thesis

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Throughout the reformation the most important person, who has his reasons for why he wrote the ninety-five theses and hoping that the theses posted on the door of the catholic church would later reveal the real way to get to heaven, is Martin Luther. In the first place, Luther wrote the ninety-five theses for many reasons. One reason that Luther wrote the ninety-five thesis is to show the people that the Pope planned everything for himself including the rebuilding of the Saint Peter Basilica. Which he sold the indulgences that probably only had a little amount of money go towards that instead of all that went to him. Showing who the Pope really was to the people, who was one big fraud. This finally brings me to the way that since the Pope was a fraud or a heretic this might have been bad since the people did not know the real way to get to heaven since the Pope would only be telling the people what he wanted them to hear.…show more content…
Which brought me to he posted the them to reveal, explain, and exploit. Martin Luther he wrote the ninety-five thesis as a way to reveal to the people that indulgences are not the way to get to heaven but that the real Bible that they could read was actually the real way to get to heaven. Which is explained from the quote, “When our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, said "Repent", He called for the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.” This next quote exploits the church by the way it really is a great fraud, “The Pope has neither the will nor the power to remit any penalties beyond those imposed either at his own discretion or by canon law.” This canon law is the closed law of the Lord or “The

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