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      <h1>Martin Luther</h1>
      <h2>A tribute to a man who lead the Protestant Reformation.<h2>
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 <article id="Birth to the Protestent Reformation">
 <h2>Here is what lead to the Protestent Reformation:</h2>
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 <li><list> - Marting Luther was born in Germany, on November 10, 1483, to the proud parents of Hans and Margarette Luther.</li>
 <li><list> - July 1505 brought about a life changing experience for Luther, creating a new path away from becoming a lawyer, to becoming a monk.</li>
<li><list> - A life-threating storm would change Martin Luther's life as he knew it. It was during this terrible storm, Luther feared his life and he cried out to St. Anne, the patron saint of miners, "Save me, St. Anne, and I'll become a monk!"</li>
<li><list> - it was then the storm ened and Luther's life was saved.</li>
 <li><list> - Driven by both, fear of hell and the wrath of God, Luther sought life in a monasary to help him find salvation.</li>
<li><list> - Things did not go as Luther had planned, and the religious enlightenment he so desperatly sought, was not immidiately found.</li>
<li><list> - It was at a Catholic church confrence in Rome, Luther, age 27, was asked to be a delegate.</li>
<li><list> - Luther left even more confused and discouraged at the corrupt and immoral action per the Catholic priest.</li>
<li><list> - In attempt to supress his spiritual turmoil, Luther enrolled in the University of Wittenberg.</li>
<li><list> - At the University he earned a doctorate of theology; begining his career as a professor at the very college he earned his degree.</li>
<li><list> - 1513 was the year of spiritual awakening Luther had been longing for.</li>
<li><list> - While studying scripture and preparing class leactures, Luther happened upon the first line of Psalm 22.</li>
<li><list> - Through Psalm 22, Luther discovered the similarities of Christ crying out for mercy on the cross, and Luther's struggles with faith, God, and religion.</li>
<li><list> - "They just will live by faith" Paul's Epistle to the Romans caught Luther's extended attention.</li>
<li><list> - During the time Luther spent focusing on Paul's Epistle to the Romans, a spiritual awakening came over him.</li>
<li><list> - Luther discovered, it wasn'tfear of God or being enslaved by religious doings that lead to spiritual awakening.</li>
<li><list> - Rather, Luther discovered faith alone would bring salvation.</li>
<li><list> - A major change came fo the discovery of true spiritual salvation, setting forth the Protesent Reformation.</li>
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     <p><em>"Martin Luther's persistence to find spiritual salvation changed Christianity as we know it. Without his Protesent Reformation, our worlds could look very different."</em></p>
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          <section>When you have time, be sure to read more about Martin Luther at <a href="" id="tribute-link" target="_blank">Wikipedia entry</a>


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