The most important consequence of the printing press is spreading information that will cause conflict out throughout Europe. I’ll use document two to show the spread of the printing press, and document three to show how the printing press started a small conflict with information that could start a big disagreement, and lastly document four which shows more of the conflict of document three between Martin Luther and The Pope of The Roman Catholic Church.
The spread of the printing is shown in document two. In Fourteen Seventy One, the printing started from small German states, and few Papal states. In just about twenty nine years the printing in Europe rapidly increased through the central of the small German states and the Papal states also it spreads to the Netherland and over to England. With the spread of printing information will be easily be spread throughout the world. To which the printing spread to the Renaissance culture the tools for sharpening their wits against the clergy -- not to undermine faith, but restore its ancient apostolic purity.
With the spread of printing being so massive anything was about possible. A man named Martin Luther wrote the ninety five Theses about the issues of indulgences to the Church for official pardons. On October 31, 1527 he left the Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. With the printing press, the 95 Theses were known throughout Germany in a fortnight and throughout Europe in a month. Luther’s beliefs were based on the concept that Christianity is marrow a phenomenon of the inner or spiritual world of people, and has nothing to do with the outer or physical world, therefore making temporal...