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anonymous

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During the late 15th and early 16th centuries, the biggest conflict was not military but religious. Many Church leaders paid more attention to political power and getting rich than to spiritual pursuits. Many ordinary people grew disgusted at this corruption of Church leaders. One critic, who was also a monk, teacher and biblical scholar, publically criticized the sale of indulgences. What were indulgences and who was the critic? How did he make his criticism public? What do we call the religious movement to reform the Church? Include a description of indulgences and the person famous for crit

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    Bro just do your homework

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    Thanks for the help! Can you help with some more? XP @Sqvishy

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