Theologian Martin Bucer (1491-1551) had an extensive knowledge of European affairs. In addition to his contacts within Alsace and Germany, he established relations with almost every country on the continent. It was his ecumenical attitude that often led him to mediate between the various parties involved in the religious battles of his time. His deep commitment and his objective to reach an agreement can be traced in all his activities, works and letters. As Bucer did not found a religious denomination himself, his theological and historical importance has been underestimated for a long time. In addition, his handwriting is hard to decipher, which makes it difficult to deal with his works, especially his letters. This academic edition of Bucer's correspondence provides scholars with a rich source to understand a part of Reformation history about which very little is known.
Martin Bucer: Briefwechsel/Correspondance
Edited by Reinhold Friedrich & Berndt Hamm
Wolfgang Simon, Reinhold Friedrich & Berndt Hamm
Ab dem Frühjahr 1532 rückt wieder die Reichspolitik ins Zentrum von Bucers Aufmerksamkeit, als in Schweinfurt in seiner Gegenwart die Verhandlungen über einen befristeten Waffenstillstand zwischen Kaiser und Protestanten beginnen. Erst Bucers theologische Gutachten und Argumentationshilfen ...
Herausgegeben und bearbeitet von Berndt Hamm, Reinhold Friedrich und Wolfgang Simon in Zusammenarbeit mit Matthieu Arnold
Herausgegeben und bearbeitet von Reinhold Friedrich, Berndt Hamm, Wolfgang Simon und Matthieu Arnold in Zusammenarbeit mit Christian Krieger
Herausgegeben und bearbeitet von Reinhold Friedrich, Berndt Hamm, Andreas Puchta und Roland Liebenberg in Zusammenarbeit mit Matthieu Arnold und Christian Krieger nach Vorarbeiten von Hans Georg Rott †
Volume V covers the period from September 1530 to May 1531. It therefore mainly contains information about Bucer¹s diplomatic journey after the Augsburg Diet, his correspondence with the Valdesian synod of Mérindol, his attempts to mediate between Luther and Zwingli with the help of his ...
Edited by Berndt Hamm, Reinhold Friedrich and Andreas Puchta
Volume IV of the edition of Martin Bucer's letters covers the period from January to September 1530. The main emphasis is on the controversy over Communion from the Disputation in Marburg in 1529 until the end of the Augsburg Imperial Diet in 1530.
Publié par C. Krieger et J. Rott
Publié par J. Rott avec la collaboration de R. Friedrich
Publié par J. Rott
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