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Models of Authority in Protestant Churches
Martin Luther, who is ordinarily accepted as the founder of Protestantism, was a free and creative theologian of the Reformation. On the last day of October 1517, he nailed what is known as the 'ninety five theses' to a church door in Wittenberg protesting against the 'authority' of the church for practising the doctrine of Indulgences. He turned to the Bible for 'authority' that is generally referred to as the Word of God by most Protestants. The Bible has been considered to have an 'invisibledoi:10.5281/zenodo.4289464 fatcat:qgftp3vu2veqzadvnk5epteus4