In Part V of our series, we focus on the practical outworking of sola scriptura since the time of the Reformation. What happens when believers take seriously the right and duty to search the Scriptures and decide for themselves? What did Luther, Calvin and the other reformers instruct Christians to do? And how did they respond once it became apparent that sola scriptura and the right of private judgment led inescapably to division and chaos and the fragmentation of the Protestant movement? How do pastors today deal with this issue? It's a fascinating story.