The revolt of Martin Luther / Robert Herndon Fife.

New York : Columbia University Press, [1957] .

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George Washington
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BR 325 .F53 1957 Available Request
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Lauinger stacks
BR325 .F53 1957 Available Request
Lauinger stacks
BR325 .F53 1957 Available Request
Subjects Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.
Description 726 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1957]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Early days at home and school -- The Schoolboy abroad -- Early years at the university -- The Scholastic learning -- Entrance into the cloister -- The Novitiate year -- Brother Martin of the Eremites -- Student of theology -- The Young lecturer -- The Journey to Rome -- Professor and preacher at Wittenberg -- Interpreter of Augustine and Paul -- The Final break with scholasticism -- The Attack on indulgences -- In Battle with the Dominicans -- The Hearing at Augsburg -- An Attempt at compromise -- The Leipzig disputation the prelude -- The Leipzig Disputation the combat -- The Leipzig Disputation the aftermath -- A Battle of polemics -- Humanistic friends and allies -- Growth as teacher and preacher -- The Rising tide of revolt -- The Attack on the sacraments -- The Break with Rome -- Appeal to the secular classes -- The Final break with Church tradition -- The Bull and the counterattack -- Book-burning on Rhine and Elbe -- Prelude to the Diet at Worms -- The Diet in session -- Martin before the Diet -- Refusal to compromise -- Conclusion -- List of abbreviations -- Selected bibliography -- index.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)381273
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Fife, Robert Herndon, 1871-1958.
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