Luther and the Reformation: eBook

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HUMAN GREATNESS.1
THE PAPACY.1
FOOTNOTES: 2
EFFORTS AT REFORM.3
TIME OF THE REFORMATION.4
FREDERICK THE WISE.4
REUCHLIN.5
ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM.5
ULRICH ZWINGLI.6
MELANCHTHON.7
CALVIN.7
LUTHER THE CHOSEN INSTRUMENT.8
LUTHER’S ORIGIN.8
LUTHER’S EARLY TRAINING.8
FOOTNOTES: 9
WHAT THE REFORMATION WAS.9
SPIRITUAL TRAINING.10
LUTHER’S DEVELOPMENT.12
LUTHER’S VISIT TO ROME.14
FOOTNOTES: 14
LUTHER AS TOWN-PREACHER.15
LUTHER MADE A DOCTOR.15
LUTHER’S LABORS.16
COLLISION WITH THE HIERARCHY.16
THE SELLING OF INDULGENCES.17
FOOTNOTES: 18
TETZEL’S PERFORMANCES.19
FOOTNOTES: 19
LUTHER ON INDULGENCES.20
SERMON ON INDULGENCES.21
APPEAL TO THE BISHOPS.22
THE NINETY-FIVE THESES.22
EFFECT OF THE THESES.23
TETZEL’S END.24
LUTHER’S GROWING INFLUENCE.24
HIS APPEAL TO THE POPE.25
CITATION TO ANSWER FOR HERESY.25
LUTHER BEFORE CAJETAN.26
CAJETAN’S MORTIFICATION.26
PROGRESS OF EVENTS.26
FOOTNOTES: 27
THE LEIPSIC DISPUTATION.27
RESULTS FROM THE DEBATE.28
FOOTNOTES: 28
LUTHER’S EXCOMMUNICATION.28
FOOTNOTES: 29
LUTHER AND THE POPE’S BULL.29
THE DIET OF WORMS.30
FOOTNOTES: 31
DOINGS OF THE ROMANISTS.31
LUTHER SUMMONED.32
FOOTNOTES: 33
LUTHER AT THE DIET.33
FOOTNOTES: 34
LUTHER’S REFUSAL TO RECANT.35
FOOTNOTES: 35
LUTHER’S CONDEMNATION.36
LUTHER IN THE WARTBURG.36
TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE.36
FOOTNOTES: 37
LUTHER’S CONSERVATISM.37
GROWTH OF THE REFORMATION.38
FOOTNOTES: 39
PROTESTANTS AND WAR.39
THE CONFESSION OF AUGSBURG.40
THE LEAGUE OF SMALCALD.41
FOOTNOTES: 42
LUTHER’S LATER YEARS.43
FOOTNOTES: 43
PERSONALE OF LUTHER.44
FOOTNOTES: 46
HIS GREAT QUALITIES.46
FOOTNOTES: 48
HIS ALLEGED COARSENESS.48
FOOTNOTES: 49
HIS MARVELOUS ACHIEVEMENTS.49
FOOTNOTES: 50
HIS IMPRESS UPON THE WORLD.50
FOOTNOTES: 51
HIS ENEMIES AND REVILERS.52
FOOTNOTES: 53
THE FOUNDING OF PENNSYLVANIA.53
MOVEMENTS IN SWEDEN.54
FOOTNOTES: 55
THE SWEDISH PROPOSAL.56
FOOTNOTES: 57
WAS PENN AWARE OF THESE PLANS?57
THE SWEDES IN ADVANCE OF PENN.58
PENN’S CHARTER AND ARRIVAL.59
HOW PENNSYLVANIA WAS NAMED.59
THE MEN OF THOSE TIMES.59
GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS.60
FOOTNOTES: 61
AXEL OXENSTIERN.61
PETER MINUIT.61
WILLIAM PENN.62
AN ESTIMATE OF PENN.63
FOOTNOTES: 64
PENN AND THE INDIANS.64
FOOTNOTES: 66
PENN’S WORK.66
THE GREATNESS OF FAITH.66
II.  THE PRINCIPLES ENTHRONED.67
OUR STATE THE PRODUCT OF FAITH.68
GUSTAVUS AND THE SWEDES.68
FOOTNOTES: 69
THE FEELINGS OF WILLIAM PENN.69
RECOGNITION OF THE DIVINE BEING.70
ENACTMENTS ON THE SUBJECT.72
IMPORTANCE OF THIS PRINCIPLE.72
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY.73
PERSECUTION FOR OPINION’S SAKE.74
SPIRIT OF THE FOUNDERS.74
CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS.76
SAFEGUARDS TO TRUE LIBERTY.76
LAWS ON RELIGION AND MORALS.78
FORMS OF GOVERNMENT.79
A REPUBLICAN STATE.80
THE LAST TWO HUNDRED YEARS.80
THE END.81
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