Luther, Volume 3 (of 6)
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Luther, Volume 3 (of 6)

By Hartmann Grisar
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  • LUTHER
  • A FEW PRESS OPINIONS OF VOLUME I
  • CONTENTS
  • CHAPTER XV
    • 1. Luther’s Religious Situation. Was his Reaction a Break with Radicalism?
    • 2. From the Congregational to the State Church Secularisations
      • Confiscation of Church Property.
      • Secularisation of the Matrimonial Courts. Against the Lawyers.
    • Confiscation of Church Property.
    • Secularisation of the Matrimonial Courts. Against the Lawyers.
    • 3. The Question of the Religious War; Luther’s Vacillating Attitude. The League of Schmalkalden, 1531
      • Luther on Armed Resistance, until 1530.
      • The Change of 1530; Influence of the Courts.
      • The League of Schmalkalden and the Religious Peace of Nuremberg.
      • Luther and the Religious War in Later Years.
    • Luther on Armed Resistance, until 1530.
    • The Change of 1530; Influence of the Courts.
    • The League of Schmalkalden and the Religious Peace of Nuremberg.
    • Luther and the Religious War in Later Years.
    • 4. The Turks Without and the Turks [Papists] Within the Empire
      • Against Assistance for the Turkish War.
      • In Favour of Assistance for the Turkish War.
      • Luther on Turks and Papists.
    • Against Assistance for the Turkish War.
    • In Favour of Assistance for the Turkish War.
    • Luther on Turks and Papists.
    • 5. Luther’s Nationalism and Patriotism
  • CHAPTER XVI
    • 1. Growth of Luther’s Idea of his Divine Mission
      • Periodic Upheaval of Luther’s Idea of his Divine Mission.
    • Periodic Upheaval of Luther’s Idea of his Divine Mission.
    • 2. His Mission Alleged against the Papists
      • The Pope and the Papacy.
      • The Catholics.
      • Apocalyptico-Mystic Vesture.
    • The Pope and the Papacy.
    • The Catholics.
    • Apocalyptico-Mystic Vesture.
    • 3. Proofs of the Divine Mission. Miracles and Prophecies
  • CHAPTER XVII
    • 1. Luther’s Vocation. His Standard of Life
    • 2. Some of Luther’s Practical Principles of Life
      • Luther on Sin
      • Luther’s Views on Penance
      • Luther on Efforts after Higher Virtue.
      • Luther’s “Pecca fortiter.”
    • Luther on Sin
    • Luther’s Views on Penance
    • Luther on Efforts after Higher Virtue.
    • Luther’s “Pecca fortiter.”
    • 3. Luther’s Admissions Concerning His own Practice of Virtue
    • 4. The Table-Talk and the First Notes of the same
      • The Pith of the New Religion. Doubts on Faith.
    • The Pith of the New Religion. Doubts on Faith.
    • 5. On Marriage and Sexuality
      • The Necessity of Marriage.
      • The “Miracle” of Voluntary and Chaste Celibacy.
      • Luther’s Loosening of the Marriage Tie.
      • Polygamy.
      • Toleration for Concubinage? Matrimony no Sacrament.
      • Luther on Matters Sexual.
    • The Necessity of Marriage.
    • The “Miracle” of Voluntary and Chaste Celibacy.
    • Luther’s Loosening of the Marriage Tie.
    • Polygamy.
    • Toleration for Concubinage? Matrimony no Sacrament.
    • Luther on Matters Sexual.
    • 6. Contemporary Complaints. Later False Reports
    • Had Luther three children of his own apart from those born of his union with Bora?
      • Luther and Catherine Bora.
      • Did Luther indulge in “the Worst Orgies” with the Escaped Nuns in the Black Monastery of Wittenberg?
      • The Passages “which will not bear repetition.”
      • Did Luther, as a Young Monk, say that he would push on until he could wed a Girl?
      • Luther’s stay as a boy in Cotta’s house at Eisenach no ground for a charge of immorality.
      • Did Luther describe the lot of the Hog as the most enviable Goal of Happiness?
      • Did Luther allow as valid Marriage between Brother and Sister?
      • Did Luther Recommend People to Pray for Many Wives and Few Children?
      • Did Luther include Wives in the “Daily Bread” of the Our Father?
      • Was Luther the originator of the proverb: “Who loves not woman, wine and song remains a fool his whole life long”?
    • Luther and Catherine Bora.
    • Did Luther indulge in “the Worst Orgies” with the Escaped Nuns in the Black Monastery of Wittenberg?
    • The Passages “which will not bear repetition.”
    • Did Luther, as a Young Monk, say that he would push on until he could wed a Girl?
    • Luther’s stay as a boy in Cotta’s house at Eisenach no ground for a charge of immorality.
    • Did Luther describe the lot of the Hog as the most enviable Goal of Happiness?
    • Did Luther allow as valid Marriage between Brother and Sister?
    • Did Luther Recommend People to Pray for Many Wives and Few Children?
    • Did Luther include Wives in the “Daily Bread” of the Our Father?
    • Was Luther the originator of the proverb: “Who loves not woman, wine and song remains a fool his whole life long”?
    • 7. The “Good Drink”
      • Unsatisfactory Witnesses.
      • Other Witnesses, Friendly and Hostile.
      • Luther’s Own Comments on the “Good Drink.”
      • Witnesses to Luther’s Temperate Habits.
      • From the Cellar and the Tap-Room.
    • Unsatisfactory Witnesses.
    • Other Witnesses, Friendly and Hostile.
    • Luther’s Own Comments on the “Good Drink.”
    • Witnesses to Luther’s Temperate Habits.
    • From the Cellar and the Tap-Room.
  • CHAPTER XVIII
    • 1. Melanchthon in the Service of Lutheranism, 1518-30
      • Earlier Relations of Luther with Melanchthon.
      • Melanchthon at the Diet of Augsburg, 1530.
      • Melanchthon, the “Erasmian” Intermediary.
    • Earlier Relations of Luther with Melanchthon.
    • Melanchthon at the Diet of Augsburg, 1530.
    • Melanchthon, the “Erasmian” Intermediary.
    • 2. Disagreements and Accord between Luther and Melanchthon
      • Disagreements.
      • Points of Accord between Melanchthon and Luther.
    • Disagreements.
    • Points of Accord between Melanchthon and Luther.
    • 3. Melanchthon at the Zenith of His Career. His Mental Sufferings
      • Favourable Traits.
      • Melanchthon’s Relations with Luther.
    • Favourable Traits.
    • Melanchthon’s Relations with Luther.
  • CHAPTER XIX
    • 1. Zwingli and the Controversy on the Supper
    • 2. Carlstadt
    • 3. Johann Agricola, Jacob Schenk, and Johann Egranus
    • 4. Bugenhagen, Jonas and others
  • CHAPTER XX
    • 1. Zürich, Münster, the Wittenberg Concord, 1536
    • 2. Efforts in view of a Council. Vergerio visits Luther
    • 3. The Schmalkalden Assembly of 1537. Luther’s Illness
      • 4. Luther’s Spirit in Melanchthon
    • 4. Luther’s Spirit in Melanchthon
  • FOOTNOTES:
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