Using pieces from “Martin Luther: Art and the Reformation”, the Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod teaches interesting and important facts about the Reformation. The 500th anniversary of the Reformation provides an excellent opportunity to recall and learn the importance of Luther’s teachings on the truth of God’s love for people by grace alone, by faith alone, by Scripture alone, through Christ alone.

The Videos


You can also experience the locations of the reformation first hand with The Luther Mile – Historic Video Tour.

  1. Wittenberg, Germany: The City of Luther and the Reformation
  2. Relics: There’s Only One that Counts
  3. Indulgence Box: Trying to Buy Salvation
  4. Papal Sale of Indulgences; Christ Gives Grace for Free
  5. The Cross; This Alone Is Our Theology
  6. The Common Chest: Everyone’s Needs Are Met
  7. Ex-monk Marries Ex-Nun: Martin Marries Katie Luther
  8. Physician’s Mask: 16th Century Plague Doctors
  9. The Care of Souls: Luther’s Driving Focus
  10. The Cranach Bible: God’s Word in Three Volumes
  1. Professor Luther: The Student of Scripture
  2. Debate: A Lectern from Wittenberg
  3. Johannes Bugenhagen: A Voice Like the Sound of Angels
  4. The Gospel in Art: Physical Spirituality
  5. The Pulpit at St. Andrews: Luther’s Last Pulpit
  6. The Death of Luther: A Wooden Tomb
  7. Wittenberg Conquered: The Defeat of John Frederick in 1547
  8. John Frederick the Magnanimous: Luther’s Last Prince and Fellow Confessor
  9. Magdeberg: Standing Against the Emperor
  10. Epitaph for Heidelberg Family: There is No Gospel but Lutheran Gospel

Visit the Lutheran Reformation page to view additional resources