Martin Luther was a Christian philosopher who was born in November 10, 1483 and died on February 18, 1546. He was also an Augustinian monk who taught people and inspired the Protestant Reformation and strongly persuaded the rules and laws of Protestant and additional Christian elements that have been passed down from generation to generation. Martin Lutherís parents were Hans and Margaretha Luder. He was born in Eisleben, Germany and was baptized the day after on the banquet of St. Martin of Tours. This is who he was named after. When Luther was chosen to return to the Church to teach about the Bible, the outcome was the development of new elements that were passed down in Christianity and the Counter-Reformation in the Roman Catholic Church, ending at the Council of Trent.
His explanation of the Bible assisted to the development of a classic description of the German language and combined many rules and laws to the craft of explanation. Lutherís songs of praise lit the evolution of a congregation singing in Christianity. He married Katharina von Bora, who was once a nun, on June 13, 1525. This began the elements passed down of accounting alliance in many Christian elements passed down.