Johann Tetzel

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Johann Tetzel was a Dominican priest who is perhaps best known for allegedly selling indulgences in the sixteenth century. It was his preaching of indulgences in 1516 that Martin Luther challenged in his 95 Theses at the outset of the Protestant Reformation.