Martin Luther The Movie

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After watching the movie, on Martin Luther, I found the movie to be portrayed somewhat truthfully. The movie was just being long enough to portray the story that is exactly therefore I feel that only unfinished but full of gaps. The story forces on the main details in that order of the really viewers to gather a better understanding of Martin Luther. Luther's mission was clear, but his purpose is to be boiled down that only a few of his famous theses that are actually voiced in the movie. Martin Luther stated and promised himself that if he were to get struck by lightning and live, he would devote himself to God. Luther also translated the Bible into German to gain more awareness about church with that said he created the 95 Theses among all …show more content…
Once the Pope received a copy of Luther’s 95 Theses, he was bitter and upset that a monk would question the Roman Catholic Church’s morals and beliefs. As a result of Luther’s Theses, he allowed the Augustinian order to deal with the situation. Luther was invited to the order’s next meeting, which occurred in April of 1518. Here Luther feared for his life as he knew he brought about new idealisms about Reformation. As Luther stuck by his beliefs, he found that many of his fellow friars agreed with him, giving him more hope about his work and teachings. Whereas in the movie, Luther remained in hiding for approximately one year where he began translating the bible into German. You see Luther in a cabin like home away from civilization, writing the “newly” translated Bible. He believed that most people thought that he just disappeared, where no one knew where he was or if he was even alive. After seeing the movie Luther, I believed that the teacher Serina had me watch this film because it was a fairly accurate compared to Martin Luther’s biography. Luther had a close encounter with being struck by lightning, when he posted his 95 Theses on the Church doors. When he translated the Bible into German, he admitted to writing his books on the Reformation. Lastly, when Luther went into hiding as a result of the Edict of Worms, but then was given permission by the Emperor to read the concision of the

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