>Going to church like a good Catholic like any other day
>Finally get there
It was common practice in Early Modern Germany to use the church door as a public bulletin board. Really, Luther didn't really do anything out of the ordinary here, expect of course start the Continental Protestant Reformation.
Question why I'm a heretic and then convert to Orthodoxy.
Get the Inquisition to Burn the Heresiarch Luther,for condemning hundrends of Souls to Hell!
Pic related: He was wrong. He was so so wrong.
Kill them all, Johnny. Kill them all.
He had to drive the people away from the Church so he wouldn't just become a Catholic with no followers.
Luther is characterized by his flip flopping.
You can see it in his position on the Jews which went from being more lenient than contemporary Catholics to being near genocidal after a few years.
He also advocated the free interpretation of the Bible then got pissed off at other sects under other reformers started interpreting things differently than he did.
I guess never thinking that anyone would disagree with him was the defining feature of his character.
He thought the Jews would convert if he was kind, never even considering that the Jews liked being Jewish; he thought the Catholic Church would just agree with him and change its ways, and he thought that every other reformer would interpret the bible as he did.
Wonder where I took a wrong turn, because this certainly isn't the cave where the heresy happens.