Martin Luther and the Reformation of the Catholic Church

When the Ancient Roman Empire fell around 500 A.D., it created a power vacuum in Europe which left Europe in relative poverty and stagnation for 10 centuries, a time now referred to as the “Middle Ages”. During this time the Roman Catholic Church held Europe together providing stability and uniting a fractured continent, offering continuity and comfort during a troubled period. Echoes of Ancient Rome however echoed within the Catholic Church despite the fall of the empire. Roman senators became ...

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