Martin Luther’s account of his break with the church changed because he objected to the greed of the church and the idea of indulgences.
In 1517, a document was penned by Martin Luther where he attacked the corrupt practices of the Catholic Church. An example of this was the selling of indulgences to absolve sin.
Self-indulgence was a form of pardon for sins. In this case, the Catholic Church granted partial or full remission of the punishment of sin. This was done in form of payment to the church
Martin Luther didn’t support this as he believed that it was greedy. This eventually led to the division of the Catholic Church and Protestantism emerged.
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