Wednesday, April 20, 2005

I can't believe I hadn't seen this movie until now! I thought it was a great portrayal of Luther.

I do have one question, which confessions were mentioned at the end?


Daniel said...

Great Movie! However, they didn't do that good of job presenting Luther's theology. I don't remember them even mentioning justification by faith, which was at the very heart of Luther's theological framework.

D.Mann said...

About time girl

D.Mann said...

For once, I agree with Daniel.Justification by faith alone was not talked about in the movie.
I like the part when they were burning Luthers writings, the man said they were going to rid the world of anyone ever reading his books. I laughed,Because those books are in my room.

I do want to, in the near future respond to Daniel's comments here on this blog site. I am just so busy now and away from home.Next week I am going to purchase a lap top.
I have been reading all of Daniel's comments. I have been holding back. I have read now a bunch on middle knowledge. I wanted to be informed and answer correctly. I would start with what Julianne sugested, with reading Gordan clark's book Good And Evil.

Anyhow, A grest movie. I reconmend it to all.

Soli Deo Gloria

Jester of Alba said...

I was surprised how much I enjoyed the movie. Most Christian flicks are poorly written and acted or completely wrong. However I must agree that much of Martin's theology was left unmentioned.

Joanna Martens said...

remember, this is hollywood and entertainment is key!

Joshua Ritchie said...

I liked the movie as well. I accidentally spotted it at Target of all places.