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  • In the first scene, it is showed that Martin Luther is being struck by lightning. When he got struck, he kneeled on the ground and prayed that if he survived he would become a monk in the church. Fortunately, he did survive and joined the church as a monk.
  • Martin Luther wrote the 95 theses because he did not agree with the church. He didn't agree with the church because the church was making the people pay for salvation. In the bible, it doesn't say anything about this but only the church can read the bible so people don't know and believe that what the church says is right.
  • In this scene, it shows Martin Luther burning the Papal Bull. This was a very strong revolt against the church because the Papal Bull was a meaningful possession of the church. Burning this against the church was a sign that Luther was strongly versus the church.
  • This scene is representing the Diet of Worms. At the Diet of Worms, Martin Luther was called to Worms by the Holy Roman Emperor to recant his writings and book and stories but Luther refused. In consequence of this, Luther was excommunicated from the church.
  • In this scene, Martin Luther is in hideout and is translating the bible from Latin to German. Luther did this because the church were the only people who could read the bible and were lying to the people about what it said. Luther translated this to German so all the people could read the bible and find out for themselves that the church was taking their money.
  • This scene shows the Peace of Augsburg, At the Peace of Augsburg, a very big decision happened which changed how people would live. They decided that each prince of his own territory would be able to choose his own religion.
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