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    <h1 id ="title"> Martin Luther </h1><hr>
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         Martin Luther.
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      <p> <strong>November 10, 1483</strong><br> <li>Martin Luther is born in Eisleben, Saxony (now in Germany)</li>.</p>
        <li>Luther receives a liberal arts degree and then a master’s degree. He begins law school.</li></p>
      <p><strong>July 17, 1505</strong><br>
<li>Luther abruptly abandons the study of law and enters a monastery after a violent thunderstorm frightens him so badly that he vows to become a monk if he survives. </p>
<li>Luther receives his doctorate and becomes a professor of biblical studies. He begins to publish his writings on religion.</p>
<li>Luther finds out that another religious leader has supposedly told followers that buying an indulgence (in other words, making a payment to the church) causes God to forgive a person’s sins. Luther writes the Ninety-five Theses, a document that explains why indulgences are wrong. Luther posts the Ninety-five Theses on the door of the Schlosskirche (Castle Church), Wittenberg, on October 31. This event will come to be considered the beginning of the Protestant Reformation—the split of Western Christianity between Roman Catholics and Protestants.</p>
<li>Luther becomes convinced that salvation, or reconciliation with God, is entirely a work of divine grace—even though traditional church teachings hold that salvation is achieved through God and through the good works that people do. On November 9 the pope issues a document about indulgences, but Luther says the pope is not the only person who can explain what the Bible says. </p>
      <p><strong>1521</strong><br><li>Luther appears at an official meeting called the Diet of Worms in Germany</p>
      <p> <strong>1546</strong><br><li>Luther dies after a long journey to Eisleben, the town where he was born.</p>

    <footer> For more information on Martin Luther view<a href ="" target = "_blank" id="tribute-link"> Britannica</a>


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