Martin Luther tacks his 95 theses on the wall of his monastery, challenging the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church on the nature of penance, the authority of the Pope, and the usefulness of indulgences. His initiatives spark a theological debate, resulting in the birth of the Lutheran, Reformed, Anabaptist and other Protestant traditions within Christianity. He insists that Jews convert to Christianity, invoking anti-Semitism.
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