Diet of Worms


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Diet of Worms

1521 A Holy Roman Empire assembly attended by Luther under safe-conduct from Charles V. Its edict subsequently outlawed Luther.
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was the Diet of Worms, at which Martin Luther was asked to recant?
Much within this framework will be well known to readers, with the Diet of Worms, Peasants' War, Marburg Colloquy, and Diet of Augsburg all serving as familiar touchstones and inflection points along Luther's trajectory as a public figure and leader of religious reform.
That would have made it easier to remember the date of the French Revolution and the reason why Martin Luther was upset by the Diet of Worms in 1521.
In addition to the first scene, the exhibition shows Luther studying as a monk in a monastery, the posting of his theses in Wittenberg, him at the Diet of Worms, Luther as a Bible translator at the Wartburg in ThE-ringen, and Luther as a family man.
In the months before Luther's appearance at the Diet of Worms in 1521, many at the Elector's court feared that this portrait of heroic resolution might strike the wrong note.
As a social experiment, Foster and other writers are experimenting with transspeciesism and living surviving in a hole In the ground to existing on a diet of worms.
The Walshes was a three-part series written by Fr Ted co-creator Graham Linehan featuring the comedy group Diet of Worms promised much but fell flat.
Badgers do kill the odd hedgehog and compete with them for their staple diet of worms.
In 1521, Martin Luther went before the Diet of Worms to face charges stemming from his religious writings.
THE WALSHES (10pm BBC Four) COMEDY troupe Diet Of Worms - with some help from Graham Linehan - has got a little hit on its hands so although this is the final episode in its short try-out season, expect to see it back.
COMEDY troupe Diet Of Worms - with some help from Graham Linehan - have got a little hit on their hands, so, although this is the final episode in their short try-out season, expect to see them back.
The title of the book, derived from Luther's famous remarks at the Diet of Worms ("my conscience is captive to the Word of God"), aptly captures V.