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:

John Nunes, Ph.D.: Uncut Interview Footage for “95 Theses” Documentary

0:00 Technology and revolution. // Martin Luther would be proud
2:47 Wittenberg Meets the World. // Reimagining the Reformation at the margins
5:30 A shift in attitudes for our time. // Undocumented immigrants
7:49 Interview the mother taking care of her children. Interview the children playing on the streets. // A post-colonial opportunity
9:26 Pluralism. // Demographic cataclysm and white anxiety
11:44 Michael King became Martin Luther King, and the rest is history. // The Reformation planted the seeds for the civil rights movement in America
16:56 Dialogue. // Resolving differences today
21:44 Idolatry. // Of goods and gods
23:48 A community chest, locked shut. // Indulgences today
28:45 D-I-V-E-R-S-I-T-Y. // The community effect of having values and being valued
32:56 The Reformation, and Protestant triumphalism. // Commemorating a “tragic necessity”
34:29 Diakonia. // Between mercy and service
37:06 Long-term, sustainable development. // True relief = diakonia
38:35 Thesis I: “When...Christ said, ‘Repent,’ he willed the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.” // An attitude of mind
41:54 Depression. // Haves and have nots
43:04 True joy: set free to serve others // Incurvatus in se ipsum

This is the complete, uncut interview with John Nunes, Ph.D., President of Concordia College Bronxville, offering insights about the impact and the concerns of the Protestant Reformation now, 500 years later. This footage will be incorporated into the documentary "95 Theses" coming October 31, 2017. For more information, visit:

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