Early Protestant Spirituality (Google eBook)

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Scott H. Hendrix
Paulist Press, 2009 - Religion - 338 pages
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An anthology that includes writings by the magisterial reformers (Luther, Melanchthon, Calvin, etc.) along with lesser-known names (Frith, Capito, Vermigli, etc.) to provide a unique insight into Protestant spirituality as it developed from the earliest days of the Reformation.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Personal Voices
9
Introduction
41
Martin Luther The Beautiful Confitemini
56
Philip Melanchthon The Lessons of Jeremiahs
62
William Tyndale Prologue to the Exposition of
68
Preaching
75
Thomas Cranmer A Homily or Sermon of Good Works
86
Michael Weisse Praise God Above on the Highest
187
Leo Jud My Heart Shall Be Yours and Yours Alone 1540
193
Martin Luther Lord Keep Us Steadfast in Thy Word
195
Introduction
201
Philip Melanchthon On Prayer 1552
210
Philip Melanchthon Prayers for Morning and Evening
219
Introduction
227
Ulrich Zwingli Repentance and Confession 1525
242

3237 June 1 1550
92
Admonishing and Consoling
103
Caspar Huberinus A Comforting Sermon on
112
Urbanus Rhegius Apothecary of the Soul for
118
Martin Bucer A Brief Statement or Instruction
131
Living the Faith
141
This
146
Martin Luther A Sermon on the Strength
168
Ulrich Zwingli Letter to Ambrosius Blarer
175
Introduction
181
Oldest Order for Confirmation in Strasbourg after 1549
250
Henry Bullinger Sermon on the Purpose of
256
Introduction
269
Martin Luther Preface to German Mass and Order
279
Martin Bucer Public Worship in Strasbourg 153739
286
Notes
303
Bibliography
319
Index
329
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About the author (2009)

Scott H. Hendrix is professor, emeritus of Reformation history and doctrine at Princeton Theological Seminary in New Jersey. He has published extensively on the Reformation and is the author of Recultivating the Vineyard: The Reformation Agendas of Christianization.

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