Which statement best compares the ideas of Martin Luther to the ideas of the Catholic Church in the 1500s? Luther taught that salvation came from faith alone, while the Church taught that both faith and good works could bring about salvation. Luther taught that priests and popes were closer to God, while the Church taught that all Christians were equal in God’s view. Luther believed the Bible should remain in Latin, while the Church believed the Bible should be translated into different languages. Luther believed people should pay for their sins to be forgiven, while the Church believed people should not pay for forgiveness.