For further (and admittedly better) resources on the Reformation see:
- Here I Stand. Links to documentaries on Martin Luther by Justin Taylor.
- Luther's 95 Theses: Interview with Carl Trueman. Prof Trueman briefly walks through the myths and realities of Luther's original protest.
- Reformation Day Resources. Free downloads of R.C. Sproul, as well as resource suggestions from Ligonier Ministries.
- Crash Course in Reformation History. Links to Stephen Nichols' teaching. (NB, Nichols is the church historian for the everyman-Christian. I have found him to be consistently accurate, articulate, and - most important - understandable! If you struggle with comprehending the events and teaching of our Christian heritage, Nichols is your guy).
- Table Talk: The Reformation. Brief, but beneficial interview with Mark Dever on the on-going relevance of the Reformation for every Christian.
Update: For further study of the Reformation in brief and readable books, please see:
- Birkett, Kirsten, The Essence of the Reformation
- Reeves, Michael, The Unquenchable Flame: Discovering the Heart of the Reformation
- Nichols, Stephen, The Reformation: How a Monk and a Mallet Changed the World