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On the Babylonian Captivity of the Church

By: Martin Luther

... THE BABYLONIAN CAPTIVITY OF THE CHURCH 1520 Translated by A. T. W. Steinhäuser and revised by Fred... ... THE BABYLONIAN CAPTIVITY OF THE CHURCH 1520 Translated by A. T. W. Steinhäuser and revised by Frederick... ...äuser and revised by Frederick C. Ahrens and Abdel Ross Wentz INTRODUCTION The primary importance of this treatise for the present-day reader of Lut... ...ederick C. Ahrens and Abdel Ross Wentz INTRODUCTION The primary importance of this treatise for the present-day reader of Luther lies in its courage... ... for the present-day reader of Luther lies in its courageous interpretation of the sacraments. But it is important also for its place in Luther’s pro... ...hed in her spiritual- temporal power. Now in The Babylonian Captivity of the Church he enters and takes her central stronghold and sanctuary—the sacr... ... 78 quarto pages dedicated to the pope, denouncing Luther and defending the Catholic positions on the sacraments. Henry’s book so pleased the pope t... ...ades through which elegy advanced to the priesthood. Some then- contemporary Catholic theologians (e.g., Gajetan and Durandus) doubted whether the Sac... ...t prominent English reformer before the Reformation and keenest of medieval critics of the doctrine of transubstantiation, was posthumously condemned...

...Martin Luther goes through the seven sacraments of the medieval Catholic Church with his interpretation of the Bible. He teaches his opinions on the different pratices taken place within the Catholic Church and what they sho...

...“Rise up then, you popish flatterers, one and all! Get busy and defend yourselves against the charges of impiety, tyranny, and lèse-majesté against the gospel, and of the crime of slandering your brethren. You decry as heretics those who refuse to contravene such plain and powerful words of Scripture in order to a...

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Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians

By: Dr. Martin Luther

...Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians by Martin Luther (1535) Translated by Theodore Graebner A Pen... ...Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians by Martin Luther (1535) Translated by Theodore Graebner A Penn State Electroni... ...raebner A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians by Martin Luther, trans. Theodore Graebner is ... ... the Galatians by Martin Luther, trans. Theodore Graebner is a publication of the Pennsylvania State University. This Portable Document file is furni... ...ity. This Portable Document file is furnished free and without any charge of any kind. Any person using this document file, for any pur- pose, and in... ...peak—because you will never get people, whether in or outside the Lutheran Church, actually to read Luther unless we make him talk as he would talk to... ...well offer Luther in the original Ger- man or Latin as expect the American church-member to read any translations that would adhere to Luther’s German... ... predominate. They go where the Christians are. Why do they not invade the Catholic provinces and preach their doc- trine to godless princes, bishops,... ...one point, he is guilty of all.” This passage supports us over against our critics who claim that we disregard all charity to the great injury of the ...

...Preface: The preparation of this edition of Luther?s Commentary on Galatians was first suggested to me by Mr. P. J. Zondervan, of the firm of publishers, in March, 1937. The consultation had the twofold merit of definiteness and brevi...

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