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Martin Luther vs. Karlstadt and Muntzer
After the Diet of Worms, Luther had to find a place where he would be out of harms way. A Prince close to Luther took him away to Wartburg. He was safe physically, but not emotionally; for while there, he could not defend his ideas and it hurt and angered Luther more than a dagger ever could.
While Luther was away, Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt (famous for changes in the church) and Thomas Muntzer took it upon themselves to be the new leaders of the reformation.
Karlstadt was a lot like Luther; he shared some of the same ideas, and was also a professor at Whittenburg. Muntzer learned a…
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