Source Review 5:             Lindberg, Ch. 5  The Reformation of the Common Man

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

5.1 Münster to Luther (July 13, 1520)



5.2 Münster: Prague Manifesto (1521)



5.3 Münster to Melanchton (March 29, 1522)



5.4 Karlstadt:  Whether One Should Proceed Slowly (Novemeber, 1524)



5.5 Luther:  Letter to Christians at Strassburg in Oppositon to the Fanatic Spirit (1524)



5.6 Luther:  Letter to the Princes of Saxony Concerning the Rebellious Spirit (1524)



5.7 Münster to Frederick the Wise, Allstedt (August 3, 1524)



5.8 Münster: Vindication and Refutation (1524)



5.9 Münster:  Sermon to the Princes (July 13, 1524)



5.10 The Twelve Articles of the Upper Swabian Peasants (February 27-March 1, 1525)



5.11 Luther:  Admonition to Peace.  A Reply to the Twelve Articles of the Peasants in Swabia (1525)



5.12 Aspects of Münster's Military Campaign



5.13 The Massacre of Weinsberg, April 16, 1525: Report of the Parson Johann Herolt



5.14 Münster to the People of Allstedt (April 26 or 27, 1525)



5.15 Münster's Revolutionary "Ring of Justice" in the Camp of the Frankenhausen Army



5.16 Luther:  Against the Robbing and Murdering Hordes of Peasants (1525)



5.17 Luther: An Open Letter on the Harsh Book Against the Peasants (1525)



5.18 The Account of Hans Hut (November 26, 1527)



5.19 Johann Rühl, Mansfeld Councillor, to Martin Luther (May 21, and 26, 1525)



5.20 Aftermath of the Peasants' War:  Reprot of the Bernese Chronicler, Valerius Anshelm



5.21 The Consequences of Luther's Stance during the Peasants' War:  Hermann Mühlpfort, Mayor of Zwickau, to Stephan Roth at Wittenberg (June 4, 1525)