Author: Gesellschaft zur Herausgabe des Corpus Catholicorum
Category: Augsburg Confession
Author: Luther A. Gotwald
Category: Augsburg Confession
Die Confutatio der Confessio Augustana vom 3. August 1530 (Münster, 1979). W. Gussmann, Quellen und Forschungen zur Geschichte des Augsburgischen Glaubensbekenntnisses (2 vols, Leipzig, 1911). H. Bornkamm, Der authentische lateinische ...
Author: Andrew Louth
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Uniquely authoritative and wide-ranging in its scope, The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church is the indispensable reference work on all aspects of the Christian Church. It contains over 6,500 cross-referenced A-Z entries, and offers unrivalled coverage of all aspects of this vast and often complex subject, from theology; churches and denominations; patristic scholarship; and the bible; to the church calendar and its organization; popes; archbishops; other church leaders; saints; and mystics. In this new edition, great efforts have been made to increase and strengthen coverage of non-Anglican denominations (for example non-Western European Christianity), as well as broadening the focus on Christianity and the history of churches in areas beyond Western Europe. In particular, there have been extensive additions with regards to the Christian Church in Asia, Africa, Latin America, North America, and Australasia. Significant updates have also been included on topics such as liturgy, Canon Law, recent international developments, non-Anglican missionary activity, and the increasingly important area of moral and pastoral theology, among many others. Since its first appearance in 1957, the ODCC has established itself as an essential resource for ordinands, clergy, and members of religious orders, and an invaluable tool for academics, teachers, and students of church history and theology, as well as for the general reader.
The Apology of the Augsburg Confession ARG = Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte AuD = D. Martin Luther, Die gantze Heilige Schrifft Deudsch 1545 / Auffs ... Confessio Augustana Variata CCA = Die Confutatio der Confessio Augustana vom 3.
Author: Ragnar Andersen
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
Working with a wide range of relevant sources, this book contributes to the discussion of Philipp Melanchthon's profile as an academic and political agent, as a theologian and negotiator, particularly during the Diet of Augsburg 1530. The study provides a background for a historical reading and interpretation of the Augsburg Confession. In addition to considerably enhancing our knowledge of Melanchton's work in a particularly decisive time of the Reformation, Andersen has also chosen a topic of undisputable systematic theological and ecumenical relevance.--Professor Knut Alfsvg, School of Mission Ã?Â?and Theology, Stavanger, Norway. Ragnar Andersen is an Evangelical-Lutheran pastor. (Series: Works on Historical and Systematic Theology / Arbeiten zur Historischen und Systematischen Theologie, Vol. 21) [Subject: Religious Studies, Christianity Studies]
Truth and Fiction 'O how I wish they would publish their confutatio.” Martin Luther did not live to see the publication of this imperially-mandated reaction to the Confessio Augustana in the name of the Roman Church.
Author: Heiko Oberman
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
In this wide-ranging volume Heiko Oberman traces threads of continuity flowing to and through the Reformation. Many his most important studies appear here in English for the first time. Professor Oberman explores "experiential" mysticism; the "battle on two fronts" waged by the Wittenburg circle against Pierias and Eck; Luther's medieval and apocalyptical conception of reformatio and its purpose; the pre-history of "confessionalization" in the Confession of Ausburg and its "Confutatio" byt Luther's Roman opponents; Zwingli's plans for a Godly alliance in the southern Germanic ecumene and the destructive tensions between Zwingli and Luther. In the final chapter, Oberman describes a model of three long-term "Reformations" that can also be seen as revolutions: the Concillar Reformation, the City Reformation, and the Calvinist Reformation of the Refugees. The often denied and generally misunderstood "continuities" between theological directions of the later Middle Ages, the theological reformation of the early sixteenth century and subsequent developments are constantly illuminated through exacting detail and compelling insights.
David Lewis (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1980); Die Confessio Augustana im ökumenischen Gespräch, ed. Fritz Hoffmann and Ulrich Kühn (Berlin: Evangelische Verlagsanstalt, 1980); Confessio Augustana und Confutatio: Der Augsburger Reichstag ...
Author: Charles P. Arand
Publisher: Fortress Press
In this important new volume, Arand, Kolb, and Nestingen bring the fruit of an entire generation of scholarship to bear on these documents, making it an essential and up-to-date class text. The Lutheran Confessions places the documents solidly within their political, social, ecclesiastical and theological contexts, relating them to the world in which they took place. Though the book is not a theology of the Confessions, readers will clearly understand the issues at stake in the narratives, both in their own time, and in ours.
E. ISERLOH , ed . , Confessio Augustana und Confutatio . Der Augsburger Reichstag 1530 und die Einheit der Kirche ( Münster , 1980 ) • G. KRETSCHMAR , “ Die Confessio Augustana Graeca , ” KO 20 ( 1977 ) 11-39 • B. Lohse et al .
Author: ed FAHLBUSCH
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
This multifaceted and up-to-date encyclopedia is sure to be of interest to pastors and church workers of all confessions, equally so to students, scholars, and researchers around the world who are interested in any aspect of Christianity or religion in general. The first volume contains 465 articles that address a comprehensive list of topics.
This became the imperial Confutatio , an article - by - article assessment of the Augsburg Confession that was read before the ... Das Traditionsverständnis in der Confessio Augustana und in der Confutatio ( Leipzig 1983 ) , esp . pp .
Author: Jared Wicks
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
"Of the Roman Catholic scholars of the Reformation who have contributed to our understanding of Martin Luther and his theology, Jared Wicks is among the very best. In this reprinted collection of essays a new generation of readers will glean fresh insights into the Wittenberg reformer, as Wicks places Luther within his proper late-medieval theological context and carefully teases out his unique contributions to understanding the church and justification (conversion). At the same time, Wicks situates Luther's theology within present conversations between Lutherans and Roman Catholics and proves again and again the important role that good, fair-minded historiography plays in aiding such dialogue. This collection will treat readers to, among other things, in-depth investigations of Luther's early theology of justification, of the connection between the sacraments and faith, and of the pastoral consequences for the simul iustus et peccator--all written in a winsome prose with careful attention to the original sources. It is a helpful addition to the library of anyone interested in understanding the now 500-year-old movement of reform within the church catholic and its implications for today." Timothy Wengert Emeritus, United Theological Seminary Philadelphia United Lutheran Seminary
Die Confessio Augustana im ökumenischen Gespräch . Berlin , 1980 . Iserloh , Erwin , editor . Confessio Augustana und Confutatio . Der Augsburger Reichstag 1530 und die Einheit der Kirche . Münster , 1980 . Lohse , Bernhard and Pesch ...
Author: Leif Grane
Publisher: Fortress Press
A concise commentary, highly useful as an accompaniment to the reading of the Augsburg Confession itself. All who are interested in the doctrinal traditions of the Lutheran Church can find here the means to increase their theological and historical understanding of the text. The theological perspective of the Augsburg Confession is made clear by comparisons with the writings of Luther and other Reformers, as well as with other main streams of the Christian tradition. Included for each article of the confession are the English translation of the text, notes on the text, and theological and historical commentary on the meaning of the article. Also included are an extensive introduction to the writing of the confession, footnotes, a selected bibliography, and an index. In its Danish, Swedish, and German editions this commentary has become a indispensable introduction to this classic confession of the Lutheran Reformation. Here is a source of fresh insight into the meaning of the Augsburg Confession -- and guidance into the meaning of the gospel for today.
“Die Verhandlungen der Reichsstände über die Confessio Augustana als Ringen um Einheit und Kirchenreform.” In Confessio Augustana und Confutatio: Der Augsburger Reichstag 1530 und die Einheit der Kirche—Internationales Symposium der ...
Author: Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Category: Political Science
For many years, scholars struggled to write the history of the constitution and political structure of the Holy Roman Empire. This book argues that this was because the political and social order could not be understood without considering the rituals and symbols that held the Empire together. What determined the rules (and whether they were followed) depended on complex symbolic-ritual actions. By examining key moments in the political history of the Empire, the author shows that it was a vocabulary of symbols, not the actual written laws, that formed a political language indispensable in maintaining the common order.