Thirty-five Years of Luther Research

Wartburg Publishing House, 1917 - 155 Seiten

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Seite 26 - Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib, und Gesang Der bleibt ein Narr sein Leben lang;" and when he advised a young scholar perplexed with fore-ordination and free-will, to get well drunk.
Seite 104 - He hath ben ever oure helpe and sucoure In all the troubles that we have ben in. Therefore wyl we never drede For any wonderous dede High German forms of which first appeared in 1540.
Seite 59 - Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany and the hammer strokes echoed throughout all of Europe. Legend has it that this act triggered the period that we commonly call 'The Reformation'.
Seite 147 - Principis nostri: licet D. Pomeranus non satis facilis ad hoc fuerit, ut qui adhuc sentit, quemlibet in Ecclesia sua ordinandum per suos presbyteros.
Seite 131 - This version was certainly in the possession of Luther, and was as certainly used by him in the preparation of his version. This fact, once entirely unsuspected, and then hotly denied, has been proved to a demonstration by the "deadly parallel." It appears from a verse-byverse comparison that this old German Bible was in fact so industriously used by Luther, that the only accurate description of Luther's version is to call it a careful revision of the older text.
Seite 122 - Tischreden Luthers aus den Jahren 1531 und 1532. Nach den Aufzeichnungen von Johann Schlaginhaufen.
Seite 75 - Ego solis eis libris, qui canonici appellantur, hunc honorem deferre didici, ut nullum scriptorem eorum errasse firmissime credam.
Seite 102 - ... among the latter. At an early period in the history of the Reformation the Reformers began to avail themselves of this method of popular instruction, and their catechisms became important instruments in that great religious movement. After Luther published in 1520 his primer of religion, entitled A Short Form of the Ten Commandments, the Creed, and the Lord's Prayer, several catechisms were prepared by leading Protestant theologians, that of Brenz (1527-28) being the most notable.
Seite 147 - Remittimus vestrum Joannem per vos vocatum et electum, per nos quoque examinatum, et publice coram nostra Ecclesia inter orationes et laudes Dei in vestrum comministrum ordinatum et confirmatum ad mandatum Principis nostri, licet D.

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