|Statement||Johannes Cochlaeus ; edited by Ralph Keen.|
|Series||Bibliotheca humanistica & reformatorica -- v. 44|
|LC Classifications||BR350.B75 C63 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
Vol 27 No 2 (): New Series Vol. 15, No 2 Published: Front Matter Responsio Ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum Johannes Cochlaeus (book author), Ralph Keen (book editor), P. Joseph Cahill (review author) PDF Etudes sur la Satyre Ménippée F. Lestringant (book editor), D. Ménager (book editor), Nadine Mandel (review. Responsio ad Lutherum is a book written in Latin in by Thomas More, asked for by Henry VIII of England, against the teachings of Martin Luther. It was a response to Luther's tract Against Henry, King of the English which was itself a reaction to Henry's . Buy Johannes Cochlaeus, Responsio ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum by Professor Ralph Keen from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Responsio Ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum by Johannes Cochlaeus, Ralph Keen Responsio Ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum by Johannes Cochlaeus, Ralph Keen (pp. ) Review by: P. JOSEPH CAHILL.
Other articles where Responsio ad Lutherum is discussed: Thomas More: Career as king’s servant: in a learned, though scurrilous, Responsio ad Lutherum (). In addition to his routine duties at the Exchequer, More served throughout these years as “Henry’s intellectual courtier,” secretary, and confidant. He welcomed foreign envoys, delivered official speeches, drafted treaties. Johannes Cochlaeus, Responsio ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum - Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica 44 (Hardback) Professor Ralph Keen £ Hardback. Johannes Cochlaeus: Responsio ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum by Johannes Cochlaeus, Ralph Keen (pp. ) Review by: Eric Lund DOI: / Bibliotheca Humanistica & Reformatorica. ISSN: Responsio ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum Volume 44 Editor(s A Source Book Volume .
Book Review of Albrecht Peters. Confession and Christian Life. Vol. 5 of Commentary on Luther's Catechisms. Johannes Cochlaeus: Responsio ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum. Edited by Occupation: Professor (Emeritus). Religion. He is the editor and translator of Responsio ad Johannem Bugenhagium Pomeranum () and the author of Divine and Human Authority in Reformation Thought: German Theologians on Political Order, – (). He is presently working on a comparative study of varieties of sixteenth-century Catholicism. Notes on Contributors ixFile Size: 1MB. Freelance Writing and Research Keith D. Lewis, Ph.D. July – Present 10 years 4 months. Pasadena, CA. The true power of the written word to communicate and edify can only be fully realized Title: Freelance Writing, Research, and . Luther's Lives is the first eyewitness account of the life of Martin Luther, ever to be translated into English. It contains the writings of Johannes Cochlaeus, who witnessed Luther's famous declaration at the Diet of Worms, and later debated with Luther and other leaders of the Reformation.