How did Martin Luther change the Renaissance?


How did Martin Luther change the Renaissance?

The Renaissance:

Martin Luther was one of the most important figures during the Renaissance in Europe. He was a German priest, theologian and teacher who challenged the authority of the Catholic Church.

Answer and Explanation:

Martin Luther started the Protestant Reformation. This period in history overlapped with the Renaissance. During the Protestant Reformation, millions...

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