Martin Luther: The Preservation of the Church, 1532-1546

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Contents
Translator’s Prefaceix
Forewordxi
Sources of Illustrationsxv
 I.Peaceful Beginnings under Elector John Frederick—But with Most of the Old Problems (1532–36)1
  1.Elector John Frederick1
  2.Electoral Saxony and Its Church5
  3.Wittenberg11
  4.Home, Family, and Personal Health17
 II.Luther’s Bole in the Beformation’s Progress in Other German Territories, the Agreement on the Lord’s Supper, and the Relationships with France and England (1532–36)25
  1.The Beformation in the Principality of Anhalt25
  2.Relationships with Other Territories and Their Reformation28
  3.Defense against the Münster Anabaptists34
  4.The Agreement between the Southern Germans and Luther on the Lord’s Supper in the Wittenberg Concord39
   Irritations and Perspectives39
   New Impulses for a Concord42
   The Negotiations in Wittenberg and the Establishment of the Concord48
   Efforts at Getting the Concord Accepted51
  5.France and England59
 III.Renewed Strife with Old Opponents65
  1.Duke George and the Repression of the Reformation in Ducal Saxony (1532–39)65
   Comfort and Protest in the Face of Persecution65

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