THE AGE OF THE REFORMATION 

Source Review 3:             Lindberg, Ch. 3  Implementation of Reforms 

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

3.1 Thomas More (1478-1535) to Martin Dorp (October 21, 1515)

 
 

 

3.2 Erasmus: Paraclesis (1516)

 
 

 

3.3 Luther: "On Translating:  An Open Letter" (1530)

 
 

 

3.4 Luther:  A Brief Instruction on What to Look For and Expect in the Gospels (1521)

 
 

 

3.5 Jörg Vögeli (c. 1484-1563): Letter to Konrad Zwick

 
 

 

3.6 Philipp Melancthon (1497-1560): "On Improving the Studies of Youth" (1518)

 

 

3.7 Melanchthon: "Theses Against Scholastic Theology" (August 3, 1520)

 
 

 

3.8 Andreas Bodenstein von Karlstadt (c. 1480-1541): "The 151 Theses" (April 26, 1527)

 
 

 

3.9 Karlstadt: The Meaning of the term "Gelassen" and Where in Holy Scripture It is Found (1523)

 
 

 

3.10 Karlstadt: Exposition of Numbers 30 Which Speaks of Vows (1522)

 
 

 

3.11 Luther: The Judgment of Martin Luther on Monastic Vows (1521)

 
 

 

3.12 Luther: The Estate of Marriage (1522)

 
 

 

3.13 Karlstadt: On the Abolition of Images and That There Should Be No Beggers Among Christians (January 27, 1522)

 
 

 

3.14 The Wittenberg Movement: Report of the University to Elector Frederick (October 20, 1521)

 
 

 

3.15 Nicholas Hausmann (c. 1478-1538): A Report Concerning the Zwickau Prophets (1521)

 
 

 

3.16 Melanchton:  Report to Frederick on the Situation in Wittenberg (December 27, 1521)

 
 

 

3.17 Luther: Letter to Elector Frederick (March 5, 1522)

 
 

 

3.18 Luther: The Invocavit Sermons (March 9, 1522)

 
 

 

3.19 Luther: Against the Heavenly Prophets (1525)

 
 

 

3.20 Karlstadt: Several Main Points of Christian Teaching Regarding Which Dr. Luther Brings Andreas Carlstadt Under Suspicion Through False Accusation and Slander (1525)