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|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Patrick Geggus
|Language Note:||Translated into English.|
|Contents:||CONTENTS (tentative): Introduction; The Freedom of a Christian, including dedicatory preface to Hermann Muhlpfort; Introduction to the Related Documents -- The Reception and Impact of (and Contemporary Reactions to) The Freedom of a Christian; An Open Letter to Pope Leo X (1520); How to Use and Properly Acknowledge Christian Freedom (1524); Letter on Christian Freedom to Thomas Neuenhagen, Preacher at Eisenach (1526); Letter on Christian Freedom to Philipp Gluenspiess of Mansfield (1526); The Long-Term Reception of Luther's Concept: Excerpts from the Church Postils; Annotated Bibliography; Index of Scriptural Citations.|
|Responsibility:||edited and translated by David Geggus.|
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