Nothing like the scholarly articles of James Swan, . . . but . . .
A Montage of scenes from the 2003 Movie, Luther, starring Joseph Fiennes as Martin Luther. The Montage begins with the 95 theses in 1517, and goes to the famous speech at the trial of the Diet of Worms in 1521, and ends with text about Luther’s life after the Augsburg Confession of 1530.
“Luther’s Reformation Breakthrough” – lecture by Dr. Ryan Reeves of Gordon-Conwell Seminary.
Professor Reeves calls it a “compression of years” as Luther looks back to recall and recounts the process of working through the “pinching”, struggle/anxiety/depression/fear/anger/guilt in his soul (The “Anfechtungen”) , to the “tower experience” and prayerful study of the books of Romans and Galatians.
The Importance of the Reformation:
Analysis of the 95 theses. It was very interesting to me that he had already written earlier (just one month earlier in Sept. of 1517) another document of 97 theses on theological issues (“The Disputation Against Scholasticism”). I didn’t know that before.