The Protestant Reformation... An Economic Event???
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May 2, 2015
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The spread of the Reformation itself was supported by the printers' guilds, who stood to profit from the production of publicity. However these motives could have easily been crushed and the Reformation would have lived on. Luther's complaints extended well beyond the issue of indulgences and the political motives that could encourage state participation were more convincing than the economic ones...
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Luther's complaints extended well beyond the issue of indulgences and the political motives that could encourage state participation were more convincing than the economic ones.
These political motives were much more important than the economic ones. It was the rejection of the authority of the Church that convinces many of the German states to join and it was Henry VIII's need for an heir that pushed him to cut ties with Catholicism...
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