Within this image Martin Luther is nailing his 95 theses to the door of a church.
Some may consider Martin Luther as a saint for nailing the 95 theses to the door, as he is trying to benefit the people. He is also doing this while changing the ways of the church. This action of nailing the theses to the door began the reformation, which benefited many people as a whole.
Within this image Martin Luther is nailing his 95 theses to the door of a church. Some recognize him as a sinner for doing this because he is altering the ways of the church. Many believe that the ways of religion should not be altered as they have always been the way they are. Therefore there are two different perspectives on his action of nailing the 95 theses to the door.
In this image Martin Luther is playing and listening to music with important people in his life.
This image of Martin Luther with his family portrays him as a saint. Martin Luther is enjoying time spent with the people in his life that matter the most, opposed to hurting others or partaking in dangerous endeavors. In this image Martin Luther can be considered a saint as he is spending quality time with loved ones.
This image is of the Lutheran Church.
Some may consider Martin Luther as a sinner for creating Lutheranism along with the Lutheran Church. This is because it is going against traditional customs of religion and the ways of the past. To many change is not good and especially within religion, as it is such a big part of many peoples daily lives.
Although some may see Martin Luther as a sinner for the creation of the Lutheran Church, many see it from another perspective. Martin Luther is also highly looked upon as a saint for his actions of creating the Lutheran Church. The ways of the church have been the same forever, and with Martin Luther putting his voice out there it made people happy. This altercation within the ways of the church and religion benefited many people, who believed the church was acting in a corrupt manor.
Within this image Martin Luther is spending time with his family.
In this picture of Martin Luther, he is considered a saint as he is spending quality time with loved ones. Martin Luther is keeping traditional values within his family while enjoying one and others company.
In this image Martin Luther is preaching his views and ideas on religion.
Some may view this action of Martin Luther preaching his beliefs and values, as a characterization of a saint. This is because he is able to be saving people from living in ways of the past, and bringing a new era to religion. Not only did Martin Luther speak his voice, but he spoke on behalf of those who were for a new view on religion. Because Martin Luther is trying to change the ways of the corrupt Church, it is benefitting many as a result.
Although many people view Martin Luther's actions of speaking his opinion as an characterization of a saint, many view this as an act of a sinner. This is because the church and its ways have been established forever, so what is the need to change? People view his actions as a sin because he is trying to change religion that does not need any altercations. Also some believe that his actions of speaking his opinion could hurt a mass amount of people as a whole.
This is an image of Martin Luther's statue.
This statue of Martin Luther can be viewed as a representation of his actions and decisions, that have caused him to become remembered as a sinner. Having a statue of oneself can portray narcissistic characteristics. Also some may say that the only memorable things about Martin Luther were how he hurt others in attempt to change religion. Therefore having a statue of Martin Luther can portray his many attributes of a sinner.
This image is showing a dispute between Martin Luther and John Calvin.
Martin Luther is viewed as a sinner because of his demanding and forceful ways of having his thoughts be heard. Martin Luther is disputing with John Calvin as he is speaking his beliefs and values. Martin can be viewed as one who tells others that they are wrong so that his opinions will over power theirs. This image is symbolic of Martin Luther's sinner type characteristics as he is forcing his thoughts onto John Calvin.