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individuals existed during renaissance period. Luther himself was tempted to
unite with Erasmus because Erasmus was a great Renaissance scholar who studied
the classics and the Greek New Testament. Examining the Roman Catholic Church,
Erasmus was infuriated with the abuses in the Roman Catholic Church, especially
those of the clergy. These abuses are vividly described in the satire of his
book, the praise of Holly. The main thing which differentiated the two men was
that Martin Luther was bound by the Word of God. He had a lot of beliefs. The
more Luther learned about Erasmus, the less he wanted anything to do with him;
this is something which many people believe made the man to succeed in his
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