Luther and his times : the Reformation from a new perspective / by E.G. Schwiebert. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: St. Louis : Concordia Pub. House, (c)1950.Description: xxii, 892 pages : illustrations, portraits, maps ; 26 cmContent type:
- BR325.L884 1950
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I: The European scene The historical background of the German reformation The age of Emperor Charles V The history of Saxony II: The protagonist Martin Luther The monastic struggle III: The university environment The electoral town of Wittenberg The physical plant of the university The university of Wittenberg IV: The emerging reformer Triumph of biblical humanism in the university of Wittenberg Luther attacks the indulgence traffic Early attempts to silence Luther Frederick the wise in the hour of decision The Leipzig debate The stormy days before worms The diet of worms In the land of the birds V: The years of fruition Problems in the early growth of Lutheranism Martin Luther the man Wittenberg becomes the nursery of the German reformation Founding of the Lutheran church Attempts to unify Christendom The close of life.
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