First Principles of the Reformation
First Principles of the Reformation
Martin Luther

Table of Contents


Title Page

EDITED WITH THEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL INTRODUCTIONS

ADVERTISEMENT.

INTRODUCTORY ESSAYS

II.

FIRST PRINCIPLES OF THE REFORMATION. THE NINETY-FIVE THESES.

INTRODUCTORY LETTER.

DISPUTATION OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER CONCERNING PENITENCE AND INDULGENCES.

Protestation.

THE THREE PRIMARY WORKS OF DR. MARTIN LUTHER

Introduction

DEDICATORY LETTER.

To his most Serene and Mighty Imperial Majesty, and to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation.

I. The Three Walls of the Romanists.

The First Wall.

The Second Wall.

The Third Wall.

II. Of the Matters to be Considered in the Councils.

III. Twenty-seven Articles respecting the Reformation of the Christian Estate.

CONCERNING CHRISTIAN LIBERTY

DEDICATORY

CONCERNING CHRISTIAN LIBERTY

III ON THE BABYLONISH CAPTIVITY OF THE CHURCH ON THE BABYLONISH CAPTIVITY OF THE CHURCH.

CONCERNING THE LORD'S SUPPER

CONCERNING THE SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM

CONCERNING THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE

OF CONFIRMATION.

OF MATRIMONY.

OF ORDERS.

ON THE SACRAMENT OF EXTREME UNCTION.




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