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As youve all experienced the mysteries of the myths and legends lets now explore how the code of ethics has its fascinating history and diversitys We are going exploring through the aspects of religion in Germany We are all going to gain a better understanding of why in modern Germany there is a split in religion between Catholics and Protestants Im going to take you back to the fifteen hundreds where the Roman Catholic Church had great power over the peopleUnlike in present Germany the only resource to God in the fifteen hundreds was the Bible which was in Latin Therefore had to be interpreted by the priest of the Roman Catholic Church This is because of the literacy problem that occurred for those who could not afford an education in college The Roman Catholic Church held the highest of power in Germany therefore having a chain of command over all the people of Germany The mentalities of the people in the establishment of the church were hungry for money to build and expand their empire The church for a price gave out indulgences to their believers According to the author Bernard Lohse who wrote Martin Luther Life and Work implies indulgences are documents that can erase sins for anyone in your family dead or alive The only sacrifice to erase sin is money or so the Roman Catholic Church preached This type of theology was accepted and understood by all Catholics in GermanyAll expect one man A man who was a monk reverend and a professor whos name was Martin Luther Martin Luther disagreed with the false sense of security the church gave to the people of Germany Martin Luther was quoted saying the leaders of the church were concerned only with the position of the church as a power of this world Lohse 92 Martin Luther was teaching at Wittenberg College when he wrote a retraction
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