What is the main goal of the reformation?

The main goal of the reformation was the abolition of indulgence. Martin Luther and much of German society were outraged by the prevalence of corruption in the Catholic Church. One of such forms was the buying up of indulgences – absolution for money, so that after death the soul of the sinner would not go to hell.

The poor sections of the Prussian population and some of the clergy were against such innovations. That is why Martin Luther began his public speeches against the Papacy.

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