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    Luther and the Protestant Revolution documentary



    The documentary is available in English on Vimeo, you have to pay a couple of EUR/USD to watch it:

    https://vimeo.com/ondemand/luther

    Here the author, G. Braun, is talking about his documentary, with English subs, a video from 2017:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iI4hrVLX7Dg


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    More:

    https://vod.braunmovies.com/en/movie...revolution-en/

    https://luter.braunmovies.com/en/

    "Filmed in 9 countries (Austria, Czech Rep., Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Sweden, the UK), the film above all presents facts that were widely silenced and removed from history textbooks. Apart from the „talking heads” (historians, theologians, philosophers and journalists, distinguished experts in Luther’s biography and his epoch) the film presents a large number of historical sites relevant to the factography or symbolically linked to the topic – like Luther’s family house in Eisleben or Wartburg castle, the ruined Kirkstall Abbey in Yorkshire or Vigeland Park in Oslo. The visual layer of the film refers to iconography from the epoch – woodcut prints and painted portraits. An original music score was composed and a series of original cartoon-like animated scenes were produced for the purposes of the film, which cover some of the dramatic key moments."

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    Thank you for sharing Tomenable.

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    Protestant values fascinate me:


    My favorite definition of intelligence is: ability to set and accomplish goals. Judging by the track record Protestanism values this definition of intelligence.
    “Man cannot live without a permanent trust in something indestructible in himself, and at the same time that indestructible something as well as his trust in it may remain permanently concealed from him.”

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    My great-grandmother's family...the first thing they did when they finally settled here in the United States, was to establish a Lutheran Church that still exists to this day. They played "A Mighty Fortress is our God" at my grandmother's funeral.

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