History defines Luther's life as a leader of the great religious revolt of the sixteenth century in Germany. In time Luther would be challenged by the likes of T. Cajetan, followed up later against J. Eck. The infamous date of 31 October, 1517, being the vigil of All Saints', Luther affixed to the castle church door, which served as the "black-board" of the university, on which all notices of disputations and high academic functions were displayed, his Ninety-five Theses. It should be pointed out and thereby understood, that the act was not an open declaration of war, but simply an academic challenge to a disputation. "Such disputations were regarded in the universities of the Middle Ages partly as a recognized means of defining and elucidating truth, partly as a kind of mental gymnastic apt to train and quicken the faculties of the disputants." This volume contains the following treatises: Dispute Regarding Indulgences Good Works Christian Liberty Theologica Germanica
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|Publisher: ||Revelation Insight|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781936392247 (DRM-EPUB)|
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