The Apology of the Augsburg Confession
The Apology of the Augsburg Confession
Philip Melanchthon

Produced for Project Gutenberg by Michael Pullen and David Klinge.
Table of Contents


Title Page

Part 1 Article I: Of God.

PART 2 Article III: Of Christ.

Part 3 What Is Justifying Faith?

Part 4 That Faith in Christ Justifies.

Part 5 That We Obtain Remission of Sins by Faith Alone in Christ.

Part 6 Article III: Of Love and the Fulfilling of the Law.

Part 7 Reply to the Arguments of the Adversaries.

Part 8 regeneration

Part 9 Another mode of justification

Part 10 So likewise ye, when ye shall have done all those things

Part 11 Articles VII and VIII: Of the Church.

Part 12 Article IX: Of Baptism.

Part 13 Article X: Of the Holy Supper.

Part 14 Article XI: Of Confession.

Part 15 Article XII (V): Of Repentance.

Part 16 Article VI: Of Confession and Satisfaction.

Part 17 In the second place, repentance and grace are obscured.…

Part 18 Article XIII (VII): Of the Number and Use of the Sacraments.

Part 19 Article XIV: Of Ecclesiastical Order.

Part 20 Article XV (VIII): Of Human Traditions in the Church.

Part 21 Article XVI: Of Political Order.

Part 22 Article XVII: Of Christ's Return to Judgment.

Part 23 Article XVIII: Of Free Will.

Part 24 Article XIX: Of the Cause of Sin.

Part 25 Article XX: Of Good Works.

Part 26 The Twenty-first Article they absolutely condemn, because we do not require the invocation of saints.…

Part 27 Article XXII (X): Of Both Kinds in the Lord's Supper.

Part 28 Article XXIII (XI): Of the Marriage of Priests.

Part 29 Article XXIV (XII): Of the Mass.

Part 30 What a Sacrifice Is, and What Are the Species of Sacrifice.

Part 31 What the Fathers Thought concerning Sacrifice.

Part 32 Some clever men imagine that the Lord's Supper was instituted for two reasons.…

Part 33 Of the Term Mass.

Part 34 Of the Mass for the Dead.

Part 35 Article XXVII (XIII): Of Monastic Vows.

Part 36 Article XXVIII (XIV): Of Ecclesiastical Power.

Part 37 THE END.




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