Luther the Reformer: The Story of the Man and His Career

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Preface 9
  • Note from the Author 15
  • Acknowledgments 19
  • Chronological Table 21
  • Part One - The Formation of the Young Man 29
  • One - The Son of a Peasant 31
  • Two - A Man of Sorrows 49
  • Three - A Student of Theology 64
  • Part Two - The Genesis of the Reformer 81
  • Four - The Maturing Professor 83
  • Five - The Explosion 101
  • Six - The Lines Drawn 115
  • Seven - The Public Disputant 131
  • Part Three - An Outlaw's Work 143
  • Eight - The Outlaw 145
  • Nine - The Exile 162
  • Ten - Return to the Fray 179
  • Part Four - The True Church 193
  • Eleven - “false Brethren” 195
  • Twelve - Pastor and Teacher 213
  • Thirteen - Damnable Rome 228
  • Fourteen - To Build the Church 240
  • Part Five - The Mature Luther 253
  • Fifteen - Negotiator for the Faith 255
  • Sixteen - Defender of the Faith 269
  • Seventeen - The Last Years 281
  • Eighteen - “we Are All Beggars” 292
  • Notes 301
  • Introductory Bibliography 313
  • Index of Names 327
  • Index of Subjects 329
  • Index of Luther's Principal Works Cited 331
  • List of Illustrations 335
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