Martin Luther's time

  • Nov 10, 1483

    Birth

    Birth
    Martin Luther was born in Eisleben Germany on November 10th 1483. He was born and raised to a religious family that consist of one other sibling and two parents. His parents did not have quality jobs that gave them a lot of money but they gave him a good education.
    (Martin luther 1)
  • Sep 22, 1499

    Teen years

    Teen years
    In his teen years he moved from school to school. He finally stayed a couple years at Eisenach. He got help from a wealthy merchants family named Schaibe. Martin was fed if he helped out with his kid.
    (Here i stand 12)
  • Aug 14, 1501

    Studies

    Studies
    In 1501 he started studying Latin, Logic, and philosophy. He later switched his studies into music and geometry. He studies these topics at the university of Erfurt.
    (Here i stand 22)
  • Oct 23, 1505

    friar

    friar
    Martin wanted to switch and become a member of a religious order called a friar. He didn't want to become a lawyer anymore and marry a wealthy woman. So he focused on his goal and later became a friar of the Augustinian at Erfurt.
    (Martin Luther 26)
  • Jul 8, 1509

    monastery

    monastery
    During 1509 he moved monasterys. He moved to a place called Wittenburg. Because of his well studies he earned a doctorate and became a professor.
    (Here i stand 28)
  • Sep 27, 1509

    (history event)king

    (history event)king
    In 1509 a eighteen year old boy came to the throne of England. His name was Henry VIII. Some of his problems led to the English Reformation.
    (Reformation 4)
  • Jun 18, 1519

    (2 History event) Roman emperor

    (2 History event) Roman emperor
    IN 1519 Charles V started his reign as the Holy Roman emperor. Charles hit some rough spots against the protestant reformation in Germany. Charles ended his reign as holy Roman emperor in 1566.
    (Reformation 8)
  • Sep 20, 1519

    Martin's movements

    Martin's movements
    The next few years Martin brought forward the idea that the pope should not interpret scriptures. The pope did not like this at all. So, he suspended Luther in the religious community.
    (Martin Luther 32)
  • Jul 7, 1520

    Martin's beliefs

    Martin's beliefs
    During the early 1520's Luther didn't back down and believed the interpretation of scriptures.The council banished Martin's writings and made him a wanted man. So his friends hid him so he would not get in trouble from his banishment.
    (Here i stand 44)
  • Sep 17, 1522

    Lutheran

    Lutheran
    In the early 1520's he returned to Eisenach and made a new church, Lutheranism. Along the way people started following Martin's work and ways. During this time Luther still wrote but he made enemies along the way including popes.
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  • Sep 21, 1525

    (3 history event) Capuchin

    (3 history event) Capuchin
    A Capuchin is a member of an independent order of a friar. Capuchin's order came to be in 1525. Friars wanted more of a strict religious life in their own organization. Today 104 countries are part of Capuchin's order.
    (Reformation 10)
  • Dec 16, 1525

    (4 history event) movement

    (4 history event) movement
    In 1525 protestants and catholics didn't want Anabaptists movement to happen. Anabaptists believed in many different things. This movement came out of the peasants revolt the same year. Anabaptists beliefs were not right in the eyes of others religion.
    (Reformation 18)
  • Feb 14, 1526

    (5 history event) Lutheran princes

    (5 history event) Lutheran princes
    In 1526 Lutheran princes mount first high level protest. When they protested they helped society and gave religious guide way for generations yet to come. They helped in a religious way but also in a political way too. Today there are over 100 million protestants in the US.
    (Reformation 23)
  • Apr 5, 1541

    (6 history event) Catholics and protestants

    (6 history event) Catholics and protestants
    During the 1540s Catholics and Protestants attempt to reconcile at Ratisboh. Charles V and others conference to unify Europe.The catholics and the protestants considered each others side and finally reconciled.
    (Reformation 33)
  • May 23, 1543

    Theology

    Theology
    In 1543 Martin was teaching theology at the university of Wittenberg. This was not the best time for Martin because he was admitted to arthritis, heart issues, and digestive problems. Luther took his pain out in his writings. One book is "The book of Genesis"
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  • Feb 18, 1546

    Death

    Death
    In 1546 Martin visited Eisleben. There he died on February 18. He lived until he was 62 and led his life as a religious leader.
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