First principles of the Reformation, or, The ninety-five theses and the three primary works of Dr. Martin Luther translated into English /
edited with theological and historical introductions by Henry Wace and C.A. Buchheim.
|Main Author:||Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.|
|Related Names:||Luther, Martin 1483-1546., Luther, Martin 1483-1546., Luther, Martin 1483-1546., Luther, Martin 1483-1546., Buchheim, C. A. 1828-1900., Wace, Henry 1836-1924.|
London : J. Murray, 1883.
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Theology > Theology / Early works to 1800.
Reformation > Reformation / Germany > Reformation / Germany / Sources.
The Address to the nobility was translated by Prof. Buchheim; the Theses and the last two works by R.S. Grignon.
The "Three primary works" are: Address to the Christian nobility of the German nation; Concerning Christian liberty; On the Babylonish captivity of the Church.
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