Track how the attitude of M. Luther to the non-native movement changed during the Peasant War? How do you explain this change?
Martin Luther believed that power, by its divine nature, is undeniable and absolutely legitimate. He could not justify the lawlessness and tyranny that the rebels committed. Luther, referring to the Bible, blamed the peasants who dared to defend themselves with their own strength. He argued that the peasant was forced to live and suffer on the land. That is, he is obliged to carry his cross and not resist evil. This change was caused by the outrage of the peasants, who outraged their enemy.
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