Compare the teachings of Martin Luther and John Calvin.

Both those and others advocated the reorganization of the church. Luther wanted to abolish indulgences and believed that it was necessary to read the Word of God in German. Calvin was more radical. All decorations were removed from the church, freedom of speech was suppressed, bright clothes were prohibited, and the singing of psalms was encouraged. Calvinism became more widespread.

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