One of the greatest weapons in the human arsenal is the voice of the individual. The power to speak and to be heard. The right to protest. 500 years ago one man chose to exercise that right and pull out this weapon. He wrote out his protests and nailed them to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. When he did that he set his world on fire. 500 years later that fire is still burning. It cannot be put out. This is the story of one man’s journey from obscurity to notoriety. From fear to dauntlessness. From darkness to Reformation.