THE AGE OF THE REFORMATION 

Source Review 14:             Lindberg, Ch. 14   Legacies of the Reformation

Read the Source Materials and Select the sentence/passage which you belief sums up the central argument of the author 
 
 

14.1 Erasmus to Martin Bucer (November 11, 1527)

 
 

 

14.2 Willibald Pirckheimer: Humanist Disappointment with the Reformation (1530)

 
 

 

14.3 Calvin on Luther: Letter to Heinrich Bullinger (November 25, 1544)

 
 

 

14.4 The Peace of Augsburg (September 25, 1555)

 
 

 

14.5 The Formula of Concord: Church Usages, Called Adiaphora or Indifferent Things (1580)

 
 

 

14.6 Luther: Temporal Authority: To What Extent it Should Be Obeyed (1523)

 

 

14.7 John Calvin: "Constitutional Defenders of the Peoples' Freedom," Institutes IV, 20, 31f.

 
 

 

14.8 Francois Hotman: Francogallia (1573)

 
 

 

14.9 Philippe du Plessis-Mornay: The Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants (1573)

 
 

 

14.10 Juan de Mariana, S.J.: "Whether It Is Right to Destroy a Tyrant?" (1599)

 
 

 

14.11 John Calvin on Usury

 
 

 

14.12 Luther on Music (1530)

 
 

 

14.13 The Hammer of the Witches (1486)

 
 

 

14.14 Leon Battista Alberti (1404-1472): "On the Family"

 
 

 

14.15 Luther: The Estate of Marriage (1522)

 
 

 

14.16 Luther: Lectures onGenesis (1535)

 
 

 

14.17 Calvin: Comments on Women

 

 

14.18 Katherine Rem: A Nun Rejects the Reformation (1523)

 

 

14.19 Ursala of Muensterberg: A Nun Explains Her Leaving the Convent (1528)

 

 

14.20 Marie Dentiere: On Women Preachers

 

 

14.21 Argula von Grumbach (c. 1492-1554)

 

 

14.22 Anne Askew: The Examinations (1545, 1546)

 

 

14.23 Rabbi Josel of Rosheim: Diary Entry

 

 

14.24 Expulsion of the Jews from Vienna (1572)

 

 

14.25 Juan Gines de Sepulveda: "On the Indians" (c. 1547)

 

 

14.26 Bartoleme de las Casas: "On the Indians" (1552)