In the final talk of this series, we witness Luther before the Diet of Worms, rejecting the authority of the Church and standing on the authority of "Scripture alone." We examine the primary practical implication of sola scriptura, which is the right of private judgment, the right of private interpretation. Finally, we look at what actually happened when Christians came to think of themselves as being bound by no final authority outside of Scripture, and how Reformer's responded to what happened. You may be surprised by what you learn. It's s fascinating story.