On October 31 1517, Martin Luther, a devout monk, nailed a copy of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church in Germany as an act of protest against corruption in the Church.
This symbolic action proved to be catalytic. The ensuing birth of Protestantism exerted revolutionary change on the cultural, political and religious landscape of Europe that remains today. This is a seminal event in world history.
Closer to home, it provides context for the birth and expression of The Salvation Army.
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