Empires: Martin Luther

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Special Features

Closed Caption; Interview extras: Luther the Hero, Luther the Villain, Luther's World; Behind the scenes
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/8/2005
  • UPC: 841887050173
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  • Source: Pbs (Direct)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:50:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 48,265

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [2:07]
2. Luther's Last Journey [:00]
3. A Child of the Church [2:05]
4. To Home and School [2:37]
5. Plague and Crisis [4:11]
6. Life in the Monastery [5:18]
7. The Journey to Rome [8:50]
8. The Indulgence Crisis [16:54]
9. Introduction [11:10]
10. The Ire of Rome [1:28]
11. Raising the Stakes [6:28]
12. The Protestant Manifesto [1:48]
13. The Diet of Worms [8:45]
14. Confusion and Exile [9:06]
15. Reformation [8:36]
16. The Legacy [2:13]
17. Credits [11:04]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Martin Luther
   Scene Selection
      Part One: The Reluctant Revolutionary
      Part Two: Driven to Defiance
   Special Features
      Interview Extras
         Luther the Hero
         Luther the Villain
         Luther's World
      Behind the Scenes
      Subtitles On/Off
   PBS Online
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    So amazed

    I was really surprised about Martin Luther’s quest in finding his close relationship with God. What was so peculiar to me was that Martin Luther was determined to have a close relationship with God through individual salvation instead of redemption from the Catholic Church. Martin Luther to give his life to Jesus Christ becoming a monk. He did not felt Jesus Christ’s spiritual connection. Martin Luther went through extreme sacrifices like Jesus Christ did. He had a revelation from God and that was to reform the Catholic Church or to start a new church under his leadership. He was very disgusted with the Catholic Church so he decided to write ninety-five points about his disagreement with the Catholic Church. Martin Luther was disappointment at the Catholic Church because the church believes in selling redemption through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice. Martin Luther decided to go to Rome and speak to the Pope about his disagreements with the Catholic Church. Martin Luther believed in having a new church under Christianity faith and he created his ideas in practice. Martin Luther is one of the greatest emancipators in Christianity history. I do recommend this DVD to theology and philosophy students.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Martin Luther DVD

    I was really amazed about Martin Luther’s quest in finding his close relationship with God. What was so peculiar to me was that Martin Luther was determined to have a close relationship with God through individual salvation instead of redemption from the Catholic Church. Martin Luther to give his life to Jesus Christ becoming a monk. He did not felt Jesus Christ’s spiritual connection. Martin Luther went through extreme sacrifices like Jesus Christ did. He had a revelation from God and that was to reform the Catholic Church or to start a new church under his leadership. He was very disgusted with the Catholic Church so he decided to write ninety-five points about the disagreement with the Catholic Church. Martin Luther was disappointment at the Catholic Church because it believes in selling redemption through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice. Martin Luther decided to go to Rome and speak to the Pope about his disagreements with the Catholic Church. Martin Luther believed in having a new church under Christianity faith and he created his ideas in practice. Martin Luther is one of the greatest emancipators in Christianity history. I recommend the Martin Luther’s DVD to theology and philosophy students.

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    Posted January 24, 2010

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