In 100 words: how did Luther’s stand at the Diet of Worms encourage political and social rebellion? Why did his individual struggle have such European wide ramifications?

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Part 1: in 100 words: why couldn’t Luther just go along with tradition and obey the church authority?

Part 2: in 100 words: how did Luther’s stand at the Diet of Worms encourage political and social rebellion? Why did his individual struggle have such European wide ramifications?

Part 3: in 100 words: why was Charles V’s control of such a large empire a mixed blessing?

Part 4: in a 100 words: how did the printing press and visual culture help spread Protestant ideas?

Part 5: reply to this discussion board in 50 words: “In Spain the king was Charles the 5th, he was chosen to be the king of the new world. Additionally Charles the 5th was also appointed as the emperor for the Holy Roman Empire. He ruled over such a large empire. He came from a family who was all very religious Christians and he knew that he wanted to continue that heritage.

Most of the lands he ruled over had many different issues that he had to deal with. The Romans became in danger when the Ottoman Empire took away Hungary because it was very close to their lands. Because he had so much power it was difficult for him to control all of it Charles the 5th left in the year 1529 and never came back.”