How does a universally available scripture change the way a person relates to their religion and their god?

After reading the selection from Diarmond MacCullough’s Christianity, please answer the following:How does a universally available scripture change the way a person relates to their religion and their god? Why might the Catholic Church have prevented such access?When responding to your classmates consider how this relates to the core issue of the Reformation; what is this core issue and why is it so?