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Martin Luther: A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation DVD

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Release Date : Jul 16, 2010
Run Time : 57 Minutes
Producer : Ambassador Films
Languages : English
Fishflix Stock No : LM3313002
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When Martin Luther’s bold protest was nailed to the doors of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, he little realized the storm that would break as a consequence. The event shook the medieval church to its foundations and changed the religious and political world forever.


In Luther’s time the Church held sway. Luther’s actions, however, or rather his reaction to a monk called Tetzel, the seller of papal indulgences, was to wrest power from the church and light a beacon which would illuminate all of Europe, and then the world!


This documentary, Martin Luther, filmed on location in Germany, takes you to the key places in Luther’s life. To Eisleben, his birthplace; to Erfurt where he studied at the university and where he served in the monastery; to Wörms, scene of the famous Diet; to Wartburg Castle, where he was held prisoner; and to Wittenberg the setting for most of his life’s work. In Wittenberg, you will see the famous doors where his 95 theses were nailed, the church where he preached, the university where he taught, and the building where he lived.

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When Martin Luther’s bold protest was nailed to the doors of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, he little realized the storm that would break as a consequence. The event shook the medieval church to its foundations and changed the religious and political world forever.


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  2. Martin Luther: A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation DVD
    terrific Review by Ken

    This video is a very good short history of the life of Reformer Martin Luther and his search for relief from the sense of unworthiness in the sight of God and his discovery of the true meaning of living by faith. (Posted on 9/7/16)

  3. Martin Luther: A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation DVD
    Excellent History Review Review by Rachel

    Martin Luther, A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation DVD

    This film gives the history of Martin Luther, how he transformed society and how he lived, protected by God. Great movie. I give these away every chance that I get. (Posted on 12/2/13)

  4. Martin Luther: A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation DVD
    Very Good Review by Fredoesfly

    Martin Luther, A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation -DVD

    I truly enjoyed this well documented production.. [it] says a lot about our current established "churches" and the disgraces they are bringing out for the public to see. Thank God for the Reformation. (Posted on 6/9/12)

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