The Best Selling Author of the 16th Century, German Priest Martin Luther Informing the Public of Inconsistencies Between Christianity and the Bible, Northern vs Southern German Religious Belief, the German Financial District, German Employees Unable to be Kept Away From Sunlight for More Than 4 Hours, and the World’s Oldest Globe

The best selling author of the 16th century was Martin Luther, who translated The Bible from Greek to German. Luther's translation informed the common people that The Bible does not mention indulgences, purgatory, or the pope. This fanned the flames of reform and enraged the Catholic Church. Northern Germany is primarily Protestant whilst southern Germany is primarily Catholic. Frankfurt, Germany is the home of the European Central Bank, and is often referred to by locals as "Bankfurt" as it is ...

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