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Title: Luther V.S. Henry Viii

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Subject: History
Author: Richard F
Date: October 18, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 2 / 345
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The main ideas of the 95 Thesis are: that anyone could be a priest, to take away 5 of the sacraments, the idea of con-substantiation, salvation through faith alone, that priests could marry, simony, clerical ignorance and immorality, pluralism, and most importantly practice of the sale of indulgences...

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Originally Martin Luther wanted reform not a schism. He continued to spread his ideas and eventually Lutheranism was born. Henry VIII was the creator of the Anglican Church of England for personal purposes. The religion he created was identical to Catholicism except that there was no pope. Henry VIII also did not intend on schism just as Luther did, King Henry did not mind being Catholic...

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