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Author Hillerbrand, Hans Joachim, compilor.

Title The Protestant Reformation / edited by Hans J. Hillerbrand.

Publication Info. New York : Harper & Row [1968]


Location Call No. Status
 Glastonbury, Welles-Turner Memorial Library - Adult Department  270.6 HILLERBRAND    Check Shelf
Edition [First edition].
Description xxvii, 290 pages ; 21 cm.
Series Documentary history of Western civilization
Harper torchbooks ; TB1342
Documentary history of Western civilization.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. The German Reformation -- Martin Luther: preface to the first volume of Latin writings (1545) -- Martin Luther: The freedom of a Christian man (1520) -- Martin Luther: Invocavit sermons (1522) -- Martin Luther: preface to the German translation of the New Testament (1522) -- Martin Luther: on governmental authority (1523) -- Twelve Articles of the peasants (1525) -- Martin Luther: Friendly admonition to peace concerning the Twelve Articles of the Swabian Peasants (1525) -- Martin Luther: commentary on St. Paul's Epistles to the Galatians (1535) -- II. Huldrych Zwingli -- Huldrych Zwingli: Commentary on True and False Religion (1525) -- III. The Anabaptists -- Conrad Grebel and the Zürich Anabaptists: Letter to Thomas Müntzer (1524) -- Schleitheim Confession of Faith (1527) -- Augustin Würzlburger: proceedings of his trial (1528) -- Peter Riedemann: Account of our Religion (1565) -- Elizabeth, a Dutch Anabaptist martyr: a letter (1573) -- IV: John Calvin -- John Calvin: Reply to Sadoleto (1540) -- Ecclesiastical Ordinances. Geneva (1541) -- John Calvin: the Institutes of the Christian religion (1559) -- Philip Mornay: a defence of liberty against tyrants (1579) -- V: The English Reformation -- William Tyndale: the New Testament in English (1525) -- John Jewel: an apology for the Church of England (1562) -- John Field and Thomas Wilcox: an admonition to the Parliament (1572) -- Richard Hooker: Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (1593 ff.).
Subject Reformation -- Sources.
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