Luther, vol 1 of 6
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Luther, vol 1 of 6

By Hartmann Grisar
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  • LUTHER
  • CONTENTS
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CHAPTER I
    • 1. Luther’s Novitiate and Early Life
    • 2. Fidelity to his new calling; his temptations
    • 3. The Journey to Rome
    • 4. The Little World of Wittenberg and the Great World in Church and State
  • CHAPTER II
    • 1. Sources, Old and New
    • 2. Luther’s Commentary on the Psalms (1513-15). Dispute with the Observantines and the “Self-righteous”
    • 3. Excerpts from the Oldest Sermons. His Adversaries
    • 4. Preliminary Remarks on Young Luther’s Relations to Scholasticism and Mysticism
    • 5. Excerpts from the Earliest Letters
    • 6. The Theological Goal
  • CHAPTER III
    • 1. Former Inaccurate Views
    • 2. Whether Evil Concupiscence is Irresistible?
    • 3. The Real Starting-point and the Co-operating Factors
  • CHAPTER IV
    • 1. A closer examination of Luther’s Theological Training
    • 2. Negative Influence of the Occamist School on Luther
    • 3. Positive Influence of Occamism
  • CHAPTER V
    • 1. Tauler and Luther
    • 2. Effect of Mysticism on Luther
  • CHAPTER VI
    • 1. The New Publications
    • 2. Gloomy Views regarding God and Predestination
    • 3. The Fight against “Holiness-by-Works” and the Observantines in the Commentary on Romans
    • 4. Attack on Predisposition to Good and on Free Will
    • 5. Luther rudely sets aside the older doctrine of Virtue and Sin
    • 6. Preparation for Justification
    • 7. Appropriation of the righteousness of Christ by humility—Neither “Faith only” nor assurance of Salvation
    • 8. Subjectivism and Church Authority. Storm and Stress
    • 9. The Mystic in the Commentary on Romans
    • 10. The Commentary on Romans as a Work of Religion and Learning
  • CHAPTER VII
    • 1. Luther as Superior of eleven Augustinian Houses
    • 2. The Monk of Liberal Views and Independent Action
    • 3. Luther’s Ultra-Spiritualism and calls for Reform. Is Self-improvement possible? Penance
  • CHAPTER VIII
    • 1. “The Commencement of the Gospel Business.” Exposition of the Epistle to the Galatians (1516-17)
    • 2. Disputations on man’s powers and against Scholasticism (1516-17)
    • 3. Disputation at Heidelberg on Faith and Grace. Other Public Utterances
    • 4. Attitude to the Church
  • CHAPTER IX
    • 1. Tetzel’s preaching of the Indulgence; the 95 theses
    • 2. The Collections for St. Peter’s in History and Legend.
    • 3. The Trial at Augsburg (1518)
    • 4. The Disputation of Leipzig (1519). Miltitz. Questionable Reports
  • CHAPTER X
    • 1. The Second Stage of his development. Assurance of Salvation
    • 2. The Discovery in the Monastery Tower (1518-19)
    • 3. Legends. Storm Signals
  • FOOTNOTES:
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