How The Protestant Reformation Affected Jews


In the early 16th century, life for the Jews remained unstable as they faced violence perpetrated by the Catholic church. After years of devotion, Martin Luther sparked one of the largest revolutions in the history of Christianity, when he criticized the Catholic church by publishing "The 95 Theses.” His proposed new movement, Protestantism, was aimed at returning Christians to their biblical roots. 

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