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The Reformation in its literature

Author: Alexander Smellie
Publisher: London and New York : A. Melrose, 1925.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Smellie
OCLC Number: 6927142
Description: v, 320 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. On the road --
Doctrinally: Anselm and the "cur deus homo" --
Devotionally: the "theologia germanica" --
Polemically: Erasmus, "in praise of folly" --
2. The resounding hammer of Martin Luther --
The "three primary treatises" --
3. The deep heart of Martin Luther --
The "commentary on the Galatians" --
4. The wise and wide humanity of Martin Luther --
The "table talk" --
5. The scholar of the Reformation --
Melanchthon and the "loci communes" --
6. New learning and new experience --
The "Heidelberg catechism" --
7. Calvinism in its faith --
The "institutes" --
8. Calvinism in its works --
The "ordonnances" of Geneva --
9. The best books in his hand --
William Tyndale and the English "New Testament" --
10. A Reformation Iliad in a nutshell --
The "places" of Patrick Hamilton --
11. The years of God's right hand --
John Knox's "history of the Reformation in Scotland" --
12. Doctrine wedded with life --
The "Scots Confession" --
13. A bonny fighter --
Blaise Pascal and the "provinciales"
Responsibility: by Alexander Smellie.

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