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1. Philip Melanchthon, 1497-1560
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2. Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560)
3. The Augsburg Confession InLatin
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4. Philip Melanchthon, the Protestant
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5. Philip Melanchthon: The Protestant
 
6. PHILIP MELANCHTHON, THE PROTESTANT
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7. Philip Melanchthon, the Protestant
 
8. Philip Melanchthon the Protestant
 
9. Philip Melanchthon: THe Protestant
 
10. Philip Melanchthon: THe Protestant
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11. The Transformation of Natural
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12. Rhetoric and Ritual in the Theology
 
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13. Philip Melanchthon's Rhetorical
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14. Law and Gospel: Philip Melanchthon's

1. Philip Melanchthon, 1497-1560
by George Wilson
Paperback: 166 Pages (2010-08-28)
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Publisher: Religious Tract SocietyPublication date: 1897Subjects: TheologyReformersBiography ... Read more


2. Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560) and the Commentary
by Timothy Wengert, M. Patrick Graham
Hardcover: 304 Pages (1997-10-01)
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3. The Augsburg Confession InLatin And In German- Philip Melanchthon, 1497-1560
by 1497-1560 Philip Melanchthon
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1] Invictissime Imperator, Caesar Auguste, domine clementissime. Quum Vestra Caesarea Maiestas indixerit conventum Imperii Augustae, ut deliberetur de auxiliis contra Turcam, atroccissimum, haereditaium atque veterem Christiani nominis ac religionis hostem, quomodo illiuis scilicet furori et conatbisu durabili et perpetuo belli apparaturesisite possit,

2] deinde et de dissensionibus in causa nostrae sanctae religionis et Christianae fidei, et ut in hac causa religionis partium opiniones ac sententiae inter sese in caritate, lenitate et mansuetudine mutua audiantur coram, intelligantur et ponderentur, ut illis,

3] quae utrimque in Scripturis secus tractata aut intellecta sunt, sepositis et correctis, re illae ad unam simplicem veritatem et Christianam concordiam componantur et reducantur;

4] ut de cetero a nobis una, sincera et vera religio colatur et servetur, ut, quemadmodum sub uno Christo sumus et militamus, ita in una etiam ecclesia Christiana in unitate et concordia vivere possimus; Quumque nos infra scripti Elector et Principes cum aliis,

5] qui nobis coniuncti sunt, perinde ut alii Electores et Principes et Status ad praedicta [*praefata] comitia evocati sumus [simus], ut Caesareo mandato abedienter obsequeremur, mature venimus Augustam et, quod citra iactantiam dictum voumus, inter primos affuimus.

6] Quum igitur V.C.M. Electoribus, Principibus et aliis Statibus Imperii etiam hic Augustae sub ipsa initia horum comitiorum inter cetera proponi fecerit, quod singuli status imperii vigore Caesarei edicti suam opinionem et senteniam in Germanica et Latina lingua proponere debeant atque offere;

7] et habita deliberatione proxima feria quarta rursum responsum est, V.C.M. nos proxima feria sexta artiulos nostrae confessionis pro nostra parte oblaturos esse: ideo, ut V.C.M. voluntati obsequamur,

8] offerimus in hac religionis causa nostrorum concionatorum et nostram confessionem, cuiusmodi doctrinam ex Scripturis Sanctis et puro Verbo Dei hactenus illi in nostris terris, ducatibus, ditionibus et urbibus tradiderint ac in ecclesiis tractaverint.

9] Quodsi et ceteri Electores, Principes ac Status Imperii similibus scriptis, Latinis scilicet et Germanicis, iuxta praedictam Caesaream propositionem suas opiniones in hac causa relgionis produxerint:

10] hic nos coram V.C.M. tanquam domino nostro clementissimo paratos offerimus, nos cum praefatis Princi;ibus et amicis nostris de tolerabilibus modis ac viis amice conferre, ut quantum honeste fieri potest, conveniamus, et re inter nos, partes, citra odiosam contentionem pacifice agitata, Deo dante, dissensio dirimatur et ad unam veram concordem religinem reducatur;

11] sicut omnes sub uno Christo sumus et militamus et unum Christum confiteri debemus, iuxta tenorem edicti V.C.M., et omnia ad veritatem Dei perducantur, id quod ardentissimis votis a Deo petimus.

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4. Philip Melanchthon, the Protestant Preceptor of Germany, 1497-1560
by James William Richard
Paperback: 174 Pages (2010-10-14)
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This is an OCR edition without illustrations or index. It may have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from GeneralBooksClub.com. You can also preview excerpts from the book there. Purchasers are also entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can select from more than a million books without charge. Original Published by: G.P. Putnam's sons in 1898 in 492 pages; Subjects: Reformation; Protestants; Biography & Autobiography / Religious; History / Europe / General; Religion / Christianity / History; Religion / Christianity / Protestant; Religion / Christianity / General; Religion / Christian Church / History; ... Read more


5. Philip Melanchthon: The Protestant Preceptor of Germany (1497-1560)
by James William Richard
Paperback: 488 Pages (2010-01-10)
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This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process.We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book. ... Read more


6. PHILIP MELANCHTHON, THE PROTESTANT PRECEPTOR OF GERMANY. 1497-1560
by PHILIPP MELANCHTHON JAMES WILLIAM RICHARD
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7. Philip Melanchthon, the Protestant Preceptor of Germany, 1497-1560
by Anonymous
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8. Philip Melanchthon the Protestant Preceptor of Germany 1497-1560
by D.D. James William Richard
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9. Philip Melanchthon: THe Protestant Preceptor of Germany, 1497-1560
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10. Philip Melanchthon: THe Protestant Preceptor of Germany, 1497-1560
by James William (D.D.) Richard
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11. The Transformation of Natural Philosophy: The Case of Philip Melanchthon (Ideas in Context)
by Sachiko Kusukawa
Paperback: 268 Pages (2006-11-02)
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This book examines the genesis of Lutheran interest in natural philosophical issues by focusing on the reform of natural philosophy initiated by Philip Melanchthon. It suggests that Melanchthon transformed traditional natural philosophy into a specifically Lutheran one in an effort to refute civil disobedience and promote Luther's cause. It argues that an approach to natural philosophy by a dichotomy of "science" vs. "religion" is hazardous: natural philosophy should be understood as a study of nature, understood as God's creation, undertaken for Christian purposes. ... Read more


12. Rhetoric and Ritual in the Theology of Philip Melanchthon
by Michael B. Aune
Paperback: 136 Pages (1995-01-01)
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An important addition to the ongoing debate on the reconceptualization of Western Christianity's symbolic order, Michael Aune's analysis of the earlier works of Melanchthon, prominent lay theologian of the early Lutheran movement, provides valuable new insights on the specific historical meaning of the nature and purpose of ritual in Christian thought. The study reveals the significance of Melanchthon's rhetorical outlook for current discussions on the role of ritual in the formation of subjective and cultural identity. Aune analyzes the expression "to move the heart" and shows how it can illuminate present concerns on ritual, particularly current interest in ritual as a cultural practice, as an ordering of redemptive power, and as an activity that articulates what it means to be a particular kind of person. Aune's reconsideration of Melanchthon's earlier thought will be of particular interest to theologians and scholars specializing in liturgical or ritual studies as well as Reformation studies. ... Read more


13. Philip Melanchthon's Rhetorical Construal of Biblical Authority: Oratio Sacra (Texts and Studies in Religion)
by John R. Schneider
 Hardcover: 277 Pages (1990-10)
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An account of the semantic structure of Melanchthon's pre-Lutheran view of the world, this text is articulated mostly on his rhetorical theory that emerged in the years 1509-1518. It shows how this semantic structure shaped his Lutheran theological language. It offers a hermeneutical procedure that must lead inevitably to historiographical revisions on the subject of faith and reason. The book provides theologians with an example of a historically-influential theologian in whose theology social setting, truth-theory, linguistics, theological method, and Christian doctrine are intertwined, engendering contemporary discussion of how to assess Christian traditions and their authoritative claims. ... Read more


14. Law and Gospel: Philip Melanchthon's Debate With John Agricola of Eisleben over Poenitentia (Texts and Studies in Reformation and Post-Reformation Thought)
by Timothy J. Wengert
Paperback: 231 Pages (1997-12)
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In Law and Gospel, Timothy Wengert, one of the world's leading Melancthon scholars, explores the relationship between poenitentia and law in his theology during the time he was opposed by another of Luther's disciples, John Agricola.0. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Outatanding Treatise on Debate Over Law/Gospel
This is just an outstanding scholarly work which incorporates the history of the twenty-five year exegetical debate between Melanchthon and Agricola over poententia.

While Agricola sees this as nothing more than the work of the gospel which led the sinner to love the righteousness of Christ, Melanchthon continued to contend for the movement of law to gospel in contrition/justification won the day then, and properly so, as Wengert substantiates.

Luther's role is significant, as he was so prone to do, he had in mind the common man's view, so although he could sense that poententia brought about not only fear and terror of God but also love of righteousness, he would not settle to make anyone (let alone the laity) have to make this discretion.

In the escalating debate between the two catechisms and commentaries were the vehicles which carried the controversy on.Finally, due to historical circumstances which Wengert documents and presents articulately, Luther introduced his own, which clarified the argument in Philip's favor with his infamous, "we should fear, love and trust" as well as focus on the Decalog and its significant place in the Word's proclamation.

Wengert is to be highly commended on this excellent down work.It exhibits the highest in scholarship and research, presented in organized way to follow the debate's development with all its subtle sidebars and backgrounds.

Students of the Reformation will be well served by the study of this work.There is a great deal of Latin and German which remains untranslated.However, main points of his developing argument are not greatly affected.It is questionable how the layperson who holds no knowledge of the Confessions nor their background material would have much interest or skill in following this fascinating historical chapter. ... Read more


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