1. Martin Luther switched from Latin to German in his writing to appeal to a broader audience.
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16. Martin Luther transformed A solus ortus cardine to "" and Veni Creator Spiritus to "" ("Come, Holy Spirit, Lord God").
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33. Martin Luther spent the rest of his career in this position at the University of Wittenberg.
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36. Martin Luther sought assurances about life and was drawn to theology and philosophy, expressing particular interest in Aristotle, William of Ockham, and Gabriel Biel.
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40. Martin Luther came to reject several teachings and practices of the Roman Catholic Church.
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