Discover and Destroy Limiting Beliefs: Martin Luther Triggers the Reformation, Forever Altering the Course of History and the Power of Leaders Around the World
Martin Luther changed the course of human history in 1517 when he nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the All Saints’ Church. But Luther’s bold move and revolutionary stand was not without grave risks, including the distinct possibility of being burned alive. But what enabled such a humble, scholarly, and deeply religious Augustinian monk and theology professor to take such a bold, irrevocable stand against the mighty Roman Catholic Church? Listen in and learn what gave Luther the power to change the world.
Episode Overview: Challenging the authority and railing against the corruption of the Church, all while undermining important sources of Church revenue, Martin Luther’s Ninety-Five Theses put him on a collision course with the mighty Roman Catholic Church. In this episode of Classic Influence, we travel back to early 16th century Europe to uncover the heart of Luther’s bold stand against the corruption of the Church and the great hierarchy of privilege and theocratic tyranny built up by the Middle Ages.