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The Church of God and Reformation Day

Statue of Martin Luther

By Adrian D. Powell

It is a mystery that there is little attention paid, it seems, to the Protestant Reformation in the Church of God. For without the foundation laid by the Reformers, beginning with Martin Luther in 1517, there would have been no basis for the reformation in 1888 by D. S. Warner. Without the spark of the Reformation begun by the posting of the Ninety-Five Theses on the door of the Cathedral Church at Wittenberg, there would have been no motivation or opportunity for Daniel Sidney Warner to teach the doctrines that have come to be known as the basis for the Church of God (Anderson, Indiana). Continue reading