The complete interviews with interfaith theologians, about Martin Luther and the circumstances leading up to his posting of the 95 Theses in Wittenberg, Germany. These interviews are excerpted into the documentary “95 Theses” that commemorates the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation's symbolic start. Visit:

Phillip Cary, Ph.D.: Uncut Interview Footage for “95 Theses” Documentary

00:00 The problem for penance: mortal sin. // Restoring a state of love
03:13 Purgatory. // Overcoming “a murderousness in your heart”
05:19 Indulgences. // Buying a reduced sentence from purgatory
07:29 The 95 Theses. // Origin story, and the world’s first viral campaign
10:42 They couldn’t get rid of this heretic. // How Martin Luther pulled it off
13:36 Thesis I: “When...Christ said, ‘Repent,’ he willed the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.” // Martin Luther’s “terrified conscience”
18:40 If Luther were here today... // Performance anxiety and the Christian life: my neighbor, not myself
22:36 “There’s no one I’m more suspicious of, than someone who wants to change the world.” // Martin Luther’s Two Kingdoms
24:52 “Music is a discipline, and a mistress of order and good manners, she makes the people milder and gentler, more moral and more reasonable.” – Martin Luther
27:07 Information technology, then and now. // It wasn’t always about us
30:02 Luther the insomniac. // Anfechtungen
32:44 Luther the anti-Semite. // There’s no getting around it
36:05 What makes this guy matter in 2017? // 500 years later

This is the complete, uncut interview with Prof. Phillip Cary, Ph.D. at Eastern University, offering an Anglican perspective on Martin Luther and the symbolic 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. This footage will be incorporated into the documentary "95 Theses" coming October 31, 2017. For more information, visit:

Filmed and edited by H. Paul Moon | Zen Violence Films |