, some time ago, wrote a commentary upon the "Batrachomyomachia," and proved that the poet's object was to excite a distaste for sedition.
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A Historic Encounter: Melanchthon
and the Wurttemberg Theologians
This slim volume brings together an eclectic collection of eight papers, all in German, given as Sunday lectures at the Melanchthonhaus in Bretten and by the recipients of the Melanchthon
prizes in 2009 and 2012.
The contribution of Philipp Melanchthon
, Praeceptor Germaniae, to language and education.
We can read in this book what Muntzer had to say about the theology of Luther and Melanchthon
, with the implied admission that what we are reading is polemics, but we are not introduced to the "real" theology of Luther and Melanchthon
Among the topics are German theologians and the Jews in the 15th century, Philip Melanchthon
, Calvin, Andreas Osiander, Anthonius Margaritha on the "whole Jewish faith:" a 16th-century convert from Judaism and his depiction of the Jewish religion, visual representations of Jews and Judaism in 16th-century Germany, Jewish responses to Christianity in Reformation Germany, and German Jewish printing in the Reformation era 1530-1633.
offers considerable evidence from key 16th-century texts (the Augsburg Confession, the Large and Small Catechisms, among others) that Luther and Melanchthon
both saw character formation and pursuit of a moral life to be important tasks for the church and all individual Christians, arguing that the law served a purpose broader than simply exposing human sinfulness and our need for God's mercy: the law could also give shape and content to the life of discipleship to which those justified by grace are called.
Martin Luther demonstrated this principle as he wrote to a perhaps too timid, young Philip Melanchthon
: "If you are a preacher of Grace, then preach a true, not a fictitious grace: if grace is true, you must bear a true and not a fictitious sin.