Any one who lets Luther be Luther, and regards his main positions as the valuable possession of the evangelical church—who does not merely tolerate them, that is to say, under stress of circumstances (per angustias temporum)—has the lofty title and the strict obligation to conclude the history of dogma with him. — Adolf von Harnack
That’s wrong on so many levels. The history of Dogma doesn’t end with Luther because the history of the Church doesn’t. But it’s the sentiments, typically, of adherents of Lutheranism (and of course von Harnack was that sort).