Luther, vol 2 of 6
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Luther, vol 2 of 6

By Hartmann Grisar
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Table of Contents
  • LUTHER
  • A FEW PRESS OPINIONS OF VOLUME I
  • CONTENTS
  • CHAPTER XI
    • 1. Allies among the Humanists and the Nobility till the middle of 1520
    • 2. The Veiling of the Great Apostasy
    • 3. Luther’s Great Reformation-Works—Radicalism and Religion
    • 4. Luther’s Followers. Two Types of His Cultured Partisans: Willibald Pirkheimer and Albert Dürer
  • CHAPTER XII
    • 1. The Trial. The Excommunication (1520) and its Consequences
    • 2. The Diet of Worms, 1521; Luther’s Attitude
    • 3. Legends
    • 4. Luther’s sojourn at the Wartburg
    • 5. Wartburg Legends
  • CHAPTER XIII
    • 1. Against the Fanatics. Congregational Churches?
    • 2. Against Celibacy. Doubtful Auxiliaries from the Clergy and the Convents
    • 3. Reaction of the Apostasy on its Author. His Private Life (1522-1525)
    • 4. Further Traits towards a Picture of Luther. Outward Appearance. Sufferings, Bodily and Mental
  • CHAPTER XIV
    • 1. Luther’s Marriage
    • 2. The Peasant-War. Polemics
    • 3. The Religion of the Enslaved Will. The Controversy between Luther and Erasmus (1524-1525)
      • The Development of Luther’s Opposition to Free-Will from 1516 to 1524
      • Erasmus—His Attitude in General and his Attack on Luther in 1524
      • Luther’s Book “On the Enslaved Will” against Erasmus
      • Luther’s Later Dicta on the Enslaved Will and on Predestination
    • The Development of Luther’s Opposition to Free-Will from 1516 to 1524
    • Erasmus—His Attitude in General and his Attack on Luther in 1524
    • Luther’s Book “On the Enslaved Will” against Erasmus
    • Luther’s Later Dicta on the Enslaved Will and on Predestination
    • 4. New Views on the Secular Authorities
    • 5. How the New Church System was Introduced
      • Altenburg, Lichtenberg, Schwarzburg, Eilenburg
      • General Phenomena accompanying the Religions Change
      • Wittenberg. The Saxon Electorate
      • Nuremberg
      • Luther and the Introduction of the New Teaching at Erfurt
    • Altenburg, Lichtenberg, Schwarzburg, Eilenburg
    • General Phenomena accompanying the Religions Change
    • Wittenberg. The Saxon Electorate
    • Nuremberg
    • Luther and the Introduction of the New Teaching at Erfurt
    • 6. Sharp Encounters with the Fanatics
    • 7. Progress of the Apostasy. Diets of Spires (1529) and Augsburg (1530)
  • FOOTNOTES:
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