The Theologia Germanica

Cosimo, Inc., 1. pro 2007. - Broj stranica: 136
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First discovered by Martin Luther, Theologia Germanica was originally published in 1516. This reprint of the 1893 edition was translated by British scholar SUSANNE WINKWORTH (1820-1884). A departure from many Christian writings of the period, this work suggests that by following in Christ's path, anyone could be united with God, for the life of Christ is an example of perfection for all to follow. With its discussions of sin and explanations as to how selfishness is the fundamental sin, this classic book will appeal to religions scholars and anyone interested in the Reformation. German theologian and reformer MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546) argued against many of the common practices of the Roman Catholic Church, including the selling of indulgences and the Church's insistence that it needed to mediate between people and God. Luther's writings were greatly influential in the Protestant Reformation, which forever changed Christianity. He wrote a number of important works, although many consider his translation of the Bible into German to be one of his most important contributions.

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Of that which is perfect and that whkh is in part and
How the perfect Mm have no other Desire man that they
TtMeth us what is the old Man and what is the
How Aat Four Things are needful before a Man
How a Man may not attain so high before Death
How we are to put on the Life of Christ from
Whereby we may know a Man who is made a Par
How that where there is a Christian Life Christ
Chap LI Wherefore God hath created SelfwUl seeing that it is
How we must take those two Sayings of Christ
How a Man shall not seek his own either in Things
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