The Hunters in the Snow belongs to a series named Return of the Hunters, painted by Pieter Bruegel. It became increasingly popular in Northern Europe to paint things an individual would see around them, not just scenes from the Bible.
Hans Holbein's version of the popular Noli me Tangere was a common depiction of Christ among Protestants. It depicted Jesus as a man, rather than as a divine being, something typical in many Catholic works.
The Vulgate was the primary Bible used within the Catholic Church. As it was being translated from Greek, Turkish, or Arabic, the Latin copies often had impactful errors throughout.
The Lutheran Bible was the first version of the text to be printed in German en masse. This allowed for the common people to obtain the Bible, and they were no longer dependent on the Catholic Church for their connection to God.