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George asks…

can somebody tell me about the diet of worms?

weight loss cardiff answers:

Here is your historical answer:

1521, most famous of the imperial diets held at Worms, Germany. It was opened in Jan., 1521, by Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. After disposing of other business, notably the question of the Reichsregiment, the diet took up the question of the recalcitrant behavior of Martin Luther. Charles was induced to summon Luther, who arrived at Worms under a safe-conduct on Apr. 16. At the diet Luther was asked if he would retract his teachings condemned by the pope. After a day’s meditation he refused. For a week various theologians argued with him, but he would not retire from his ground. According to tradition Luther ended his defense on Apr. 18 with the words, “Here I stand. I cannot do otherwise. God help me. Amen.” Finally, on Apr. 26, the emperor, seeing that the dispute was fruitless, ordered Luther to leave the city. He was formally declared an outlaw in the Edict of Worms (May 25); the lines of the Reformation were thereby hardened.

Lizzie asks…

Did Martin Luther realy go on a diet of worms?

thats committment!

see Betty B on:

it’s pharkin hilarious!!

weight loss cardiff answers:

He went to the Diet of Worms.

A diet was a general assembly of former states of the Roman Empire. This “diet” is not a food discipline.

Carol asks…

what is Diet of Worms from the 1500’s?

weight loss cardiff answers:

Ap Euro huh? Fun… Well the diet of worms is after Martin Luther posts his 95 theses and is summoned to a debate with John Eck. Basically they refute each other’s ideas. Later he attends the edict of worms which is when they sentence him to banishment and they excomunicate him from the catholic church for contadicting the policies of the church. His ideas become very popular and he starts the lutheran church.

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