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Luther's Works, Volume 32: Career of the Reformer II

Author: 
George W. Forell (Editor) Martin Luther (Author) Helmut T. Lehmann (Editor)
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Description

Luther stands out as the defender of his understanding of the Christian faith in this volume. What he had said and written was attacked by leaders of the Roman Church and the Holy Roman Empire. Though friends and enemies sought to deflect him from his purpose, he remained steadfast so that what took place at the Diet of Worms has a become a watershed in the history of Christendom.

ISBN: 
9780800603328
Price: 
$34.00
Release date: 
January 1, 1958
Width: 
9.38
Height: 
6.38

Table of Contents

General Editor's Preface

Abbreviations

Introduction to Volume 32

Defense and Explanation of All the Articles, 1521

Luther at the Diet of Worms 1521

Against Latomus, 1521

The Burning of Brother Henry, 1525

Indexes