Lutheri posthuma, or, Luther"s last divine discourses
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Lutheri posthuma, or, Luther"s last divine discourses by Bell, Henry, fl. 1650.

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Published by Printed by William Du-Gard in London .
Written in English


  • Luther, Martin, -- 1483-1546.

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Other titlesLutheri posthuma., Luther"s last divine discourses.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1454:8.
The Physical Object
Pagination11, [12] p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21824375M

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Luther's 'Divine Discourses' (as this book was known) stirred up so much anger in the Roman Catholic Church that all copies were ordered to be burnt under an edict by Pope Gregory XIII. One copy was found by Casparus Van Sparr in , whilst building on a /5(71). Lutheri posthuma, or, Luther's last divine discourses by: Bell, Henry, fl. Published: () The global Luther: a theologian for modern times / Published: (). It seems, from the preface of the translator, that nearly all the copies of the original work were destroyed by order of Pope Gregory XIII; and that a gentleman, in , on digging a foundation turned up a book carefully wrapped in coarse linen cloth and covered with bees-wax which proved to be the Divine Discourses of Luther, as buried by his grandfather, in order to evade the edict of the Pope” . Or, Relation of the miraculous preserving of Dr. Martin Luther's Book, entitled, Colloquia Mensalia, or, his Divine Discourses at his Table, held with divers learned Men and pious Divines; such as Philip Melancthon, Caspar Cruciger, Justus Jonas, Vitus Dietrich, John Bugenhagen, John Forster, etc.: containing Divers Discourses touching Religion.

At least one other volume of Selections from the Table-Talk of Martin Luther will be given in this Library. Johann Goldschmid, the Aurifaber, and thereby true worker in gold, who first gave Luther’s Table-Talk to the world, was born in He was a disciple of Luther, thirty-six years younger than his master. Luther’s books, entitled, `His Last Divine Discourses.’ “For after such time as God stirred up the spirit of Martin Luther to detect the corruptions and abuses of popery, and to preach Christ, and clearly to set forth the simplicity of the gospel, manyFile Size: KB. Faith, however, is a divine work in us. It changes us and makes us to be born anew of God (John 1); it kills the old Adam and makes altogether different men, in heart and spirit and mind and powers, and brings with it the Holy Ghost. Oh, it is a living, busy, mighty thing, this faith; and so it is impossible for it not to do good works incessantly. Full text of "The familiar discourses of Dr. Martin Luther (the great reformer)" See other formats.

A re-bound first English edition of Luther's Divine Discourses, by Martin Luther. His theology challenged the authority of the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church by teaching that the Bible is the only source of divinely revealed knowledge from God and opposed sacerdotalism by considering all baptised Christians to be a holy Rating: % positive.   A Tale of God’s Providence: How Luther’s “Table Talk” was Delivered from Oblivion The Table-talk of the Reformer was jotted down by a number of admirers in a Boswell-like fashion; and the first who translated this book into English was Captain Henry Bell, whose manuscript was examined by Laud, and afterwards discussed by the Westminster. Luther Digest: An Annual Abridgment of Luther Studies, Volume 15 Kenneth Hagen Snippet view - Luther Digest: An Annual Abridgment of Luther Studies, Volume Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Luther som bibeloversaetter. Bibliographic Details; Vindication of Luther against his recent English assailants by: () Lutheri posthuma, or, Luther's last divine discourses by: Bell, Henry, fl. Published: () The table talk or familiar discourse of Martin Luther by: Luther.