Printing, Propaganda, and Martin Luther (Google eBook)

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Fortress Press, Dec 1, 2004 - Religion - 225 pages
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A study of Protestant and Catholic pamphlets published in Strasbourg during the early years of the Reformation looks at Martin Luther's use of the recently invented printing press and his dominance of the new medium.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Evangelical and Catholic Propaganda in the Early Decades of the Reformation
14
TABLE 1 SUMMARY OF PRINTINGS AND REPRINTINGS OF LUTHERS WORKS
18
TABLE 2 PRINTINGS AND REPRINTINGS OF LUTHERS WORKS
20
TABLE 3 EDITIONS OF LUTHERS WORKS IN LATIN AND GERMAN BY CITY OF PUBLICATION
22
TABLE 4 EDITIONS OF LUTHERS WORKS IN GERMAN BY CITY OF PUBLICATION
24
TABLE 5 MAJOR EVANGELICAL PUBLICISTS 15181525
26
TABLE 6 CATHOLIC CONTROVERSIAL LITERATURE
30
The Catholic Dilemma
57
Luthers Earliest Supporters in the Strasbourg Press
83
Scripture as Printed Text
109
TABLE 10 GLOSSES IN THE SEPTEMBER TESTAMENT
117
Contested Authority in the Strasbourg Press
131
Catholics on Luthers Responsibility for the German Peasants War
149
A Revised Narrative
163
Abbreviations
175

TABLE 7 CATHOLIC CONTROVERSIAL LITERATURE IN LATIN AND GERMAN BY CITY OF PUBLICATION
32
TABLE 8 CATHOLIC CONTROVERSIAL LITERATURE IN GERMAN BY CITY OF PUBLICATION
34
TABLE 9 MAJOR CATHOLIC CONTROVERSIALISTS WRITING IN GERMAN
36
First Impressions in the Strasbourg Press
41
Notes
179
Bibliography of Primary Works
215
Index
223
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Mark U. Edwards, Jr. is Associate Dean for Academic Administration at Harvard Divinity School and President Emeritus of St. Olaf College.

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