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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • no wonder that Luther was to write of him, “Never in either the Latin or
    • advise him on how to deal with Luther and his followers: “You ask me what
    • Saints' Day, 1517, when Martin Luther nailed his theses to the door of the
    • Martin Luther was made a Doctor of Theology, he attended the Council of Pisa
    • death of the painter, Raphael, and of Luther's burning of the papal bull,
    • preparation of Luther's complete German Bible which was published the next
    • Lutheran pastor and was called to the church at Zschopau, not far from
    • Like Luther and others, Weigel prized and edited the little book, Theologia
    • their honesty and devoutness. The Boehme family were staunch Lutherans, and
    • of Aurora fell by chance into the hands of the Lutheran Pastor
    • service was conducted by the Lutheran clergyman who succeeded Richter. On
    • Boethius, Lutheran Rector of Helmstadt. Bruno decided to go to Frankfort,
    • Johannes Scheffler was appointed Court physician to the strict Lutheran Duke
    • by the Lutheran clergy, and finally left Oels in 1641, and went to Danzig
    • Duke if he was a Catholic, a Lutheran, or a Calvinist, von Franckenberg
    • turning-point in Scheffler's spiritual life. He realized that the Lutheran
    • example, when the Lutheran armies rounded up many Catholics and imprisoned
    • he was set upon by a Lutheran cavalryman. He drew his sword, which all men,
    • of 1653–1654, von Rostock was extremely severe on the Lutherans, with the
    • At this point, however, von Rostock wished to have some proof that Lutherans
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  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • is unknown. Luther first made it known by having it published. The



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