065: Luther

What was the Protestant Reformation all about? The 2003 film, ‘Luther’ takes a really awesome look at the life and controversies surrounding the person of Martin Luther. What was it that prompted Luther to nail his 95 Theses and spark such a movement? What were some of the principles laying at the heart of this reformation? And more.
We’re no church historians by trade, but we enjoyed the movie and getting to talk about it as two average Christians who are thankful for the Protestant Reformation.

Unfortunately, I can find no place online where you can stream the movie at this time. You can purchase the DVD of the film from Amazon however, and if you have Prime you’ll get to see it in two days.

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