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What was the significance of Luther’s translation of the Bible into German? A. Only the very educated people could read the Bible. B. Ordinary people could read the Bible, and no longer had to rely on the Church to interpret it for them. C. Only the priests would be able to read and interpret the Bible and they could charge money for those services. D. Scholars became more interested in studying the Bible.

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    B

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