First Principles of the Reformation or the Ninety-five Theses and the Three Primary Works
by Martin Luther
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"I, Martin Luther, Doctor, of the Order of
Monks at Wittemberg, desire to testify publicly that certain
propositions against pontifical indulgences, as they call them, have
been put forth by me." This volume is a collection of several works by
the father of the Reformation, Martin Luther, edited by Henry Wace.
First is a series of introductory essays by Wace and others, and a
synopsis of the theology of the Reformation in his famous 95 Theses.
These Theses are, per the title, included in this work. The other three
primary works in this publication are: "To the Christian Nobility of the
German Nation Respecting the Reformation of the Christian Estate,"
"Concerning Christian Liberty," and "On the Babylonish Captivity of the
Church." All three are a collection of writings and letters Luther
authored on each religious issue. All three pieces, as well as the
Theses, are valuable works of literature written by one of the most
important Christian figures ever, and should be studied and
CCEL Staff Writer