The Transformation of Europe
During modern time, a German monk took a challenge on the Catholic Church in Rome to get Martin Luther to sale it. Martin Luther wasn’t a belief of signing people to heaven. He believed that no human being had the power to do such things. The German Monks believed in the indulgences, a note that makes encouragement to the people to slow their behaviors while bring lots of money into their church just to help keep the church in shape or remodel. Luther didn’t nail his work to the church door in Wittenberg after he accepted the challenge.
Luther ended up expelled from the church but he stilled remained his self as a Christian. Luther held enormous religious and political implications but wasn’t able to hold on to it for long because of the protest against the established order. The Protestants unsettling effects were only one of the several powerful movements that transformed European society during the early modern era. By that time the Monarchs took advantage of religious quarrels to control their societies. They accomplish by settling their states with enormous power of controlling their states and made the Europeans town allot wealthier and stronger. And the people of Western Europe spoke different languages and wore different customs, the roman church taught them the culture of how they heritage works. So much more or needless to say the Western Europe had the most impact do to all the religious and culture changes that was cause by the European.