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Disputationen De. Martin Luthers in d. j. 1535-1545 an der Universitat Wittenberg gehalten [zum ersten Male herausgegeben von Paul Drews]
Gottingen, Germany: Vanderhoef und Ruprecht, 1895. First of this Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Rare. First of this edition. Exceptional copy. 999 pages. With summary notes and index. Bound in 3/4 brown morocco. Fine binding, "signed" (stamped) by binder. Marbled boards and edges. Edges rubbed. Binding tight. Front hinge starting at top corner. "As a technique for making clear the evangelical theology, as well as for answering its opponents, the disputation played a decisive role in the Reformation...Luther set up the disputations of 1535-6, when the theologians went to Wittenberg to effect two things, first the approval of the Wittenberg theologians for approval for the divorce of Henry VIII of Catherine of Aragon, and secondly to see whether there could be a theological rapprochement between England and Saxony. These disputations actually tell England what the Reformation is about, and what England must do to effect it..." Signature of Henry Wace, possibly the British 19th century priest/ churchman. Due to the size/weight of this book it is not available for expedited delivery; international shipping may cost extra.
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