Commentary on the Reasons of German Religious Reform
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From the 15th to the 16th centuries, Germany's economic achievements sprang up in Europe, while the political contrast between the Holy Roman Empire and the European countries was of great concern. With the decline of imperial power, the status of the Holy See began to shake. The Hussian movement touched the authority of the church and made preparations for religious reform. In the handicraft city guilds, the emergence of industrial systems and capitalism opened the way for religious reform. Coupled with the series of humanistic pushes, the final sale of redemption bills directly triggered religious reforms.
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