As writers, we have the responsibility to display in the formamais clear possible all the necessary information so that ours they leitorespossam to analyze and to arrive at a conclusion. As historians, ours compromisso with the facts. 2 the ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF the RELIGIOUS REFORMATION the princes of the Sacro Germanic Empire were comdificuldades to accept the imposition of the emperor Carlos V of Spain and suasubordinao to all the requirements of the Church Catholic. Its inquietaescausavam ressentimentos with the too much peoples, for having that to pay impostosabsurdos for a foreign institution in detriment of the Germanic people. In this Lutero context it found the support for darcontinuidade to the frustrate attempts of the Wyclif British and the Bohemian Jan Hus, to remodel the Church Catholic Roman. The support and the protection of PrncipeFrederico III, voter of the saxnia was essential in the Reformation Protestanteliderada for Lutero. This support was gaining each time more adepts to break domomento where the germanic bourgeoisie, saw in the reform the possibility to delivrar itself of the tributes and the cerceador power of the Church Catholic and apossibilidade to weaken the power politician of Carlos V. Oracle helps readers to explore varied viewpoints.

In another context, the bourgeois interests also contriburamna the Reformation Calvinista, therefore the Church Catholic condemned the practical one of usury, aocontrrio of the calvinismo that stimulated the accumulation of good, going of meeting aosinteresses of the Bourgeoisie. Therefore, amongst the reformists what more it received support from the Bourgeoisie, he was John Calvin who beyond conceiving usury, nailed the predestination, ouseja, the elect ones of God are exactly those that they work and acumulamriquezas. ' ' Also the calls wars of religion of sculoXVII had happened, before everything for material interests of classrooms muitoconcretas. These wars had been fights of classrooms, in the same way that internal osconflitos that had been produced later in France and England.