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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(A.D. 1490–1545) Albert of Brandenburn, the Archbishop of Mainz, was a central figure in the reformation. He abused the sale of indulgences to fund his own debts, which in turn caused Martin Luther, a friar in Albert’s diocese, to object and ultimately caused the Reformation.

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