Luther's Lives: Two Contemporary Accounts of Martin Luther

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Index
Aegidius, 274
Aemilius, George, 15
Agricola, Johannes, 242
Albert, Archbishop of Mainz, 57, 58, 89, 141–2, 177–9, 247–8, 251, 272, 277
Albert, Count of Mansfeld, 38
Albert, Duke of Saxony, 148, 291–2
Albert of Mecklenburg, 251
Albigensians, 298
Aleander, Jerome, 42–3, 80, 82–3, 91, 273
Alesius, Alexander, 294–7, 316–17
Allstedt, 95
Almsgiving, 303–4
Altzella, 322
Alveld, Augustine, 77
Ambrose, St, 38, 287, 339, 350
Amos, 58
Amsdorf, Nicholas von, 35, 84, 96, 304
Anabaptists, 214, 218–19, 305–9
Anaxagoras, 67
Anthony, Duke of Lorraine, 162
Antinomianism, 326
Antwerp, 152
Apel, Johannes, 4, 333, 347, 349
Apocalypse, 111
Apocalypticism, 298
Apology to Augsburg Confession, 324–5, 335, 338
Appenzell, 219
Aquinas, Thomas, 17, 18, 24, 137, 337
Argula von Grumbach, 106
Argyrophylax (pseudonym), 196–7
Aristotle, 13, 17, 41, 56
Athanasius, St, 73
Augsburg, 33
Augsburg, Colloquy of (1518), 61
Augsburg, Diet of (1530), 3, 10, 44, 247–59, 331, 337, 342
Augsburg Confession, 249–50, 254, 258, 324–5, 327–8, 330–1, 335, 338; Confutation of, 257–60
Augustine, St, 17, 23, 34–5, 81, 102, 287, 349–50
Augustinian Hermits, Order of, 55, 57
Baden, 35–6, 251, 253
Baden, Disputation of, 232–4
Bamberg, 230
Baptism, 216–18, 224
Barnabas, 296
Basel, 62
Bautzen, 330
Beelzebub, 324
Behem, Franz, 351
Bennet, Henry, 1
Benno, St, 136–8
Berengarius, 217
Bernard of Clairvaux, St., 17, 327
Berne, 241, 270
Berne, Disputation of, 232–4
Besalius, Arnold, 171
Beyer, Christian, 249
Biel, Gabriel, 17
Billick, Everhard, 344
Black Forest, 157
Bock, Johann, 33, 89
Bodolf, St, 317
Boleyn, Anne, 327
Bologna, 294
Bomgartner, Christopher, 226
Bomgartner, Elizabeth, 226
Bomgartner, Jacob, 227
Bora, Katherine von, 2, 130, 350
Brabant, 80
Brandenburg, 33
Braun, Conrad, 51
Bremen, 152
Brenz, Johannes, 254, 256
Breslau, 45 (see also Wroclaw)
Bruck, Gregory, 251, 254, 264
Brunfels, Otto, 333
Bucer, Martin, 11, 46, 95, 107, 140, 232, 322, 339, 342–3; at Regensburg Colloquy, 334, 337
Bugenhagen, Johann, 13, 172, 180, 187, 276–7
Bullinger, Heinrich/Henry, 46, 340–1
Busch, Herman von dem, 88, 95

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Luther's Lives: Two Contemporary Accounts of Martin Luther
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Scholars vi
  • Abbreviations vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Philip Melanchthon and the Historical Luther 7
  • 2: Philip Melanchthon's History of the Life and Acts of Dr Martin Luther 15
  • 3: Johannes Cochlaeus 41
  • 4: The Deeds and Writings of Martin Luther from the Year of the Lord 1517 to the Year 1546 Related Chronologically to All Posterity by Johannes Cochlaeus 54
  • Translator's Note 356
  • Appendix 357
  • Works Cited 361
  • Notes 372
  • Index 406
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