History of the Christian Church, Volume 6 (Google eBook)

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C. Scribner's sons, 1888 - Church history
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Excellent writing and very authoritative. - Christianbook.com
I would recommend it as a valuable reference tool. - Christianbook.com
This set is very detailed, but easy to read and follow. - Christianbook.com
Incredibly well researched and full of truth. - Christianbook.com
The scholarship and detail are outstanding. - Goodreads
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A good old classic even if severely outdated covering the first 100 years of Christianity, which covers the time from Jesus to the Apostles. The 1st ed. is dated 1858; the revised, which I have that ... Read full review

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Fantastic set, does not read like a typical history book and Schaff traces God's providential work through the church in history. Read full review

Contents

Intolerance and Liberty in England and America
71
Chronological Limits
86
THE GERMAN REFORMATION TILL TEE DIET
94
Luthers Youth and Training with Luthers portrait
105
Luther in the University of Ebfubt
109
Luthers Conversion
112
Luther as a Monk
113
Luther and Staupitz with portrait of Staupitz
117
Luthers Experience of Justification
122
Luther ordained to the Priesthood
125
Luther in Rome with portrait of Luther by Giorgione
126
The University of Wittenberg with illustration
132
Luther as Academic Teacher till 1517 His Exegeti cal Lectures
135
Luther and Mysticism The Theologia Germanica
141
The Penitential Psalms The Eve of the Reformation
143
CHAPTER III
146
Luther and Tetzel
148
The Ninetyfive Theses Oct 31 1517
155
Notes Text of the Theses
160
The Theses Controversy
167
Luther and Prierias 1518
170
Luther and Cajetan October 1518
172
Luther and Miltitz January 1519
175
Luther at Florence By Giorgione
181
The Leipzig Disputation June and July 1519 _178_ 38 Philip Melanchthon Literature with portrait
183
Melanchthons Training
185
64fl _ Melanchthons Early Labors
189
j 41 Luther and Melanchthon
191
Ulrich von Hutten and Luther
196
Luthers Crusade against Popery 1520
203
44 The Address to the German Nobility July 1520
206
a 45 The Babylonian Captivity of the Church October 1520
213
46 Christian Freedom Luthers Third and Last Letter to the Pope October 1520
220
The Bull of Excommunication June 15 1520
227
Notes Text or the Papal Bull with facsimile
233
Luther burns the Popes Bull and forever breaks with Rome Dec 10 1520
247
The Reformation and the Papacy
252
Emperor Charles V with portrait
262
TnE Ecclesiastical Policy of Charles V
272
The Abdication of Charles and his CloisterLife
276
The Diet of Worms 1521
287
Luthers Journey to Worms
294
CHAPTER IV
329
Luthers Translation of the Bible
340
Reformation of Public Worship
484
Prominent Features of Evangelical Worship
490
LUTHEB AND COMMON SCHOOLS
512
Reconstruction of Church Government and Discipline 615
515
Enlarged Conception op the Church Auoustin Wiclif Hus Luther
520
f NOTES LCTHBR8 VlKWS OS THE CHURCH FATHERS 634
536
Relation of Church and State
542
Church Visitation in Saxony
547
89 Luthers Catechisms 1529
550
The Typical Catechisms of Protestantism
555
CHAPTER VI
558
The PrintingPress and the Reformation
560
Protestantism in Saxony
567
The Reformation in NUrnbebg
569
The Reformation in Strassburg 670
571
Protestantism in North Germany
573
Protestantism in Augsburg and South Germany
577
The Reformation in Hesse 679
579
The Reformation in Prussia
588
Protestant Martyrs
600
CHAPTER VII
603
+ 102 The Anabaptist Controversy Luther and Hubmaier
606
450
612
104 Luthers Theory before the Controversy
615
Luther and Carlstadt
617
100 Luther and Zwingli
620
The Marburg Conference with facsimile of signatures
629
The Marburg Conference continued Discussion and Result
637
In necenariU unitat etc
650
109 LuTnERs Last Attack on the Sacramentarians His Relation to Calvin
654
110 Reflections on the Ethics of the Eucharistic Con troversy
662
The Eucharistic Theories compared Luther Zwingli Calvin
669
Territorial System 1526
683
A War Panic 1528
689
CHAPTER IX
695
The Negotiations the Recess of Augsburg and
701
The Confutation and the Apology
715
Zwinglis Confession
721
Luthers Public Character and Place in History
730
Ein feste Bubo ist unseb Gott
742
and publishers from the American edition of Dr Kdstllne smaller biography of Luther
748
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