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He founded no denomination, he didn't have followers, he didn't really start anything or believe in anything all that much — but he had a great, and poisonous, influence on Western thought, and he can be considered an intellectual father of the Protestant Revolt. What was his name? Well ... we don't know — but he called himself Desiderius Erasmus. Join Charles Hornbacher (real name, no gimmicks) as he explains everything!