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Author Sessions, Kyle C., compiler

Title Reformation and authority : the meaning of the Peasants' Revolt. / Edited, with an introd., by Kyle C. Sessions
Published Lexington, Mass. : Heath, [1968]


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Description xviii, 107 pages ; 24 cm
Series Problems in European civilization
Problems in European civilization.
Contents Origins in the ancient law and the Divine law, defended / Günther Franz -- Reformation and Peasant Rebellion as phenomena of change / Joseph Lortz -- The Twelve Articles of the peasants / Joseph Lortz -- Aftermath and assessment / Günther Franz -- Secular authority: to what extent it should be obeyed / Martin Luther -- An admonition to peace: a reply to the twelve articles of the peasants in Swabia / Martin Luther -- Against the robbing and murdering hordes of peasants / Martin Luther -- An exposition of Luther's doctrine of the two kingdoms / Heinrich Bornkamm -- A strong Catholic view: religious revolution disastrous in an already turbulent society / Johannes Janssen -- Luther shows his true colors / James Mackinnon -- Political consequences of Luther's doctrines of religious freedom / R.H. Murray -- The Marxist conception of the Peasants' Revolt / Friedrich Engels -- The social ethic of Lutheranism / Ernst Troeltsch -- Luther's contribution to the progress of Western culture / Karl Holl -- The meaning for man of Luther's concept of faith / George Wolfgang Forell -- Did popular Reformation really stop with the peasants' defeat? / Franz Lau
Notes Bibliography: p. 103-107
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546 -- Political and social views.
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546 -- Political science
Luther, Martin.
Peasants' War, 1524-1525.
Political science.
Reformation -- Germany.
Author Sessions, Kyle C.
LC no. 68020417