Lutheran Theologians: Martin Chemnitz, Martin Niemöller, Mitri Raheb, Johann Konrad Wilhelm Löhe, N. Samuel of Tranquebar, Matthias Flacius

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General Books LLC, 2010 - 150 pages
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Chapters: Martin Chemnitz, Martin Niemoller, Mitri Raheb, Johann Konrad Wilhelm Lohe, N. Samuel of Tranquebar, Matthias Flacius, Robert Preus, Reinhart Hummel, Franz Hildebrandt, Theodor Kliefoth, Gerhard Forde, Philipp Jakob Spener, Carl Paul Caspari, Olav Fykse Tveit, Joachim Westphal, Edmund Schlink, Justus Menius, Kazoh Kitamori, Knud Ejler Logstrup, Hermann Sasse, George Lindbeck, Euler Renato Westphal, Helmut Gollwitzer, Oscar Cullmann, Ludwig Adolf Petri, Jesper Brochmand, Stanislovas Rapalionis, Johann Conrad Dannhauer, Jakob Andreae, Gotthard Victor Lechler, Regin Prenter, Juris Rubenis, Hermann Guthe, Jakob Gadolin, Tuomo Mannermaa, Theodosius Harnack, Mikko Juva, Johann Michael Reu, Johannes Browallius, Emanuel Hirsch, Joachim Westphal, Leonhard Ragaz. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 149. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Martin Chemnitz (November 9, 1522 April 8, 1586) was an eminent second-generation Lutheran theologian, reformer, churchman, and confessor. In the Lutheran tradition he is known as Alter Martinus, the "Second Martin": Si Martinus non fuisset, Martinus vix stetisset ("If Martin had not come along, Martin would hardly have survived") goes a common saying concerning him. He is commemorated as a pastor and confessor in the Lutheran Service Book of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod on . Chemnitz, born in Treuenbrietzen in Brandenburg to Paul and Euphemia Chemnitz, was the last of three children. His older siblings names were Matthew and Ursula. His father was a successful merchant, who died when Martin was eleven: from then on the family suffered from financial difficulties. When he was old enough, Martin matriculated in Magdeburg. Upon completion of the course work, he then served as a weaver's apprentice. He helped his family with its clothing business ...More: http: //

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