Tetzel found but few sufficiently enlightened to resist him, and he obtained great sums from the credulous people.
The students at Wittenberg retaliated by burning Tetzel's theses.
Even in the Vedic age—in the very dawn of religious history—Tetzel appears with his indulgences and Luther confronts him.
Tiem, the papal pedler, like Tetzel a century later, caused trouble.
Tetzel had half a dozen Secretaries in purple robes, who made out receipts.
The indulgence of the "Inquisitor" Tetzel had proved its power, and rescued her from the fire.
After which, short turns first to the left and then to the right bring us into Tetzel Gasse.
He had foreseen nothing of the kind, when first he rose up against Tetzel.
Dispute between Luther and Tetzel respecting the sale of indulgences, which is the immediate cause of the Reformation.
In the public square or marketplace a stage would be erected, and from this pulpit Tetzel would preach.