What was luther’s consequence for attacking the fundamental truths of the church?


The new religion, even containing points that favored the nobiliarchic power, was also responsible for inciting a series of popular revolts against the established order. During this period, several lands were invaded and churches were sacked by the Germans. Condemning the insurgent movements, Luther supported the seigniorial forces that repressed the movement.

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Because Luther went against the church's selling of indulgences and other "abusive practices", he was excommunicated from the Roman Catholic Church. Since he had different ideas about the church, this punishment did not affect him.

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