THE AGE OF THE REFORMATION 

Source Review Sheet 8:        Lindberg, Ch. 8   Augsburg 1530 toAugsburg 1555: Reform and Politics

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

8.1 Reform Programme of the Bishop of Pomerania (January 1, 1525)

 
8.2 The Speech from the Throne (June 25, 1526)

 
8.3 The Declaration of the Cities (August 4, 1526)

 
8.4 The Recess of the Diet (August 27, 1526)

 
8.5 The Speech from the Throne (March 15, 1529)

 
8.6 The Resolution of the Majority (April 7, 1529)

 
8.7 The Resolution of the Minority (April 19-25, 1529)

 
8.8 Cardinal Campeggio's Instructions to the Emperor (January, 1530)

 
8.9 Dukes William IV and Louis IX of Bavaria to the Theological Faculty of Ingolstadt University (February 13, 1530)

 
8.10 Johannes Eck: "404 Articles" on the Errors of the Reformers (March, 1530)

 
8.11 The Advice of Dr. Brueck, Chancellor of Electoral Saxony (March, 1530)

 
8.12 The Augsburg Confession (June 25, 1530)

 
8.13 Cardinal Legate Campeggio's Response to the Augsburg Confession (July, 1530)

 
8.14 Confutation of the Augsburg Confession (August 3, 1530)

 
8.15 The Recess of the Diet of Augsburg (September 22, 1530)

 
8.16 Judgment of the Saxon Jurists (October, 1530)

 
8.17 Luther: Letter to Lazarus Spengler in Nuremberg (March 18, 1531)

 
8.18 Luther: Dr. Martin Luther's Warning to His Dear German People (1531)

 
8.19 Luther: Disputation Concerning the Right to Resist the Emperor (May 8-9, 1539)

 
8.20 Nicholas Gallus, et al.: A Confession of the Magdeburg Pastors Concerning Resistance to the Superior Magistrate (April 13, 1550)

 
8.21 The Peace of Augsburg (1555)

 
8.22 Charles V: Abdication Speech, Brussels (1556)