Melanchthon and Bucer

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Wilhelm Pauck
Westminster John Knox Press, 1969 - Religion - 406 pages
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Presents in the English language, and in convenient-size soft cover volumes, a selection of the most indispensable Christian treatises written before the end of the sixteenth century. These books meet the need of lay people and libraries, students and pastors, for a single set of books containing the great literature of the Christian heritage. The texts are heightened in usefulness by a wealth of introductory material, explanatory notes, bibliographies, and indexes. The contents of each volume are exactly the same as in the original hardbound edition.
 

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Contents

Editors Introduction
3
Editors Introduction
155
BOOK
174
Some More Eminent Passages of Holy
192
What Is Necessary for Its Restora
225
the Kingdom of Christ Firmly
259
BOOK
266
Where Suitable Evangelists Are to
273
The Sanctification
280
Claiming Ecclesiastical
295
The Sanctification
315
through XLVI not translated
329
The Reform of Marketing
342
and Harmful Expenses
354
Judges
374
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
395

How the Full Restitution of Religion
279

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About the author (1969)

Wilhelm Pauck was an influencial historian and theologian. He taught at the University of Chicago in Illinois; Union Theological Seminary in New York City; and Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. He is the editor of Luther: Lectures on Romans.

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