Revelation and Revolution: Basic Writings of Thomas Müntzer
The focus of this work is on the basic writings of radical reformer and religious revolutionary Thomas Muntzer (before 1490-1525). Also included are materials written just before Muntzer's execution -- his confession, retraction, and last letter.
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The Prague Protest
Open Letter to the Brothers at Stolberg
On Contrived Faith
Selected Liturgical Writings
Sermon to the Princes or An Exposition of the Second
Special Exposure of False Faith
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