(1519-1556): Holy Roman Emperor and also known as Charles I of Spain. (Gonzalez 109)
(1467-1519) Desiderius Erasmus's teacher. He used historical-grammatical interpretation and was dean of the Cathedral in London
(1465-1536) Known as the "Prince of Humanists" (Gonzalez 15)
(14th Century) Remission of part or all of the temporal and especially purgatorial punishment that according to RCC is due for sins whose eternal punishment has been remitted and whose guilt has been pardoned; What Luther wrote his 95 theses against and posted against the doors of Wittenburg Church on Oct. 31, 1517.
Pople who wrote the Papal Bull, Exurge Domine, in 1520 and excommunicated Luther.
Professor at University of Ingolstadt, who was incensed by Luther's teachings; challenged Karlstadt at Leipzig; which was known as the Leipzig Debate (1519)