Examination of the Council of Trent, Volume 1

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Concordia Publishing House, 1971 - Religion - 706 pages
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User Review  - Steven Wedgeworth - Goodreads

Get it from the Library, but still, there is hardly any better critique of medieval Roman Catholicism than this work. Chemnitz is sometimes frighteningly Lutheran, particularly his treatment of the Canon, but he is honest and fearless, and for that, we can all learn a thing or two. Read full review

Review: Examination Of The Council Of Trent, Part 1

User Review  - Johann Caauwe - Goodreads

It took me a long time to finish it, but it was worth it. I agree with the professor who listed the Examen among books that a Lutheran pastor should read to make sure he's still a Lutheran. The final ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
Biographical Sketch of Martin Chemnitz
17
Preface
25
Copyright

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