In this image, Luther is shown posting his 95 Theses on the castle in Wittenberg, 1517. The 95 Theses were a change in the way the church was working. Luther is showcased as a sinner, for as he is posting his ideas, the observers are beginning to argue and fight, most likely between reformers and the regular church followers. The image says that the Lutheran ideas caused a huge disagreement between the people of Christ, showing that Luther is a sinner.
This is a portrait of Margarethe Luther, Martin's mother. This portrait, although not of Martin, shows Martin as a sinner. Margarethe looks hopeless and disappointed in this photo, probably revealing that she is disappointed with her son for going against the church by trying to change its ways through things like his 95 Theses, which went against the church's ways, as well as his teachings as a professor. The fact that his mother was upset with him for the things he has done reveals Martin as a sinner.
This image shows the scene of Luther singing with some of his family. Luther and his wife, Katherina von Bora, had six kids and adopted eleven more. Luther was most likely singing about religion through music in which he reintroduced to emphasize the Bible. Singing religiously with his family in a happy scene displays Luther as a caring, faithful saint.