Keyword: Germany

Sort

Showing 1-10 of 10

Here I Stand: The Classic Biography of Martin Luther

By: Bainton, Roland

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Nashville, Festival Books (Abingdon): 1980

Seller ID: 442342

ISBN: 0687168945

Condition: Average


. 336 pages, illustrated, paper somewhat browned. This is very much the same in appearance and paper quality as the earlier New American Library printings, and appears to have been produced by NAL for Abingdon. View more info

Luther: An Introduction to His Thought (Fontana library of theology and philosophy)

By: Ebeling, Gerhard

Price: £1.00

Publisher: London, Collins Fontana: 1972

Seller ID: 493377

ISBN: 0006428436

Condition: Average


. 287 pages. View more info

A History of the Reformation: Volume 1 (only, of 2): The Reformation in Germany from Its Beginning to the Religious Peace of Augsburg

By: Lindsay, Thomas Martin

Price: £3.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, T & T Clark: 1948

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 495517

Condition: Average Minus


. xvi + 528 pages. Vol 1: Inside Germany. The International Theological Library series. View more info

Martin Luther's Ninety-Five Theses

By: Luther, Martin; Nichols, Stephen J (editor)

Price: £1.00

Publisher: Phillipsburg, Presbyterian and Reformed: 2002

Seller ID: 493375

ISBN: 0875525571

Condition: Good Plus


. 48 pages. View more info

Geschichte Der Kirche Christi: Vol 5 (only, of 5)

By: Milner, Joseph; Milner, Isaac (editor)

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Gnadau, Evangelische Brüder-Unität: 1828

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 210328

Condition: Average


. 602 pages. Vol 5 covers the period from 1519 to the Diet of Augsburg in 1530, at which point the projected work of the Milners apparently ceased. These volumes were published by the Moravian evangelical church in Gnadau near Magdeburg in east-central Germany, and also sold by the bookshop at the Halle Orphan House, and by P G Kummer in Leipzig, all within 75 miles of one another. View more info

The Roots of Anti-Semitism in the Age of Renaissance and Reformation

By: Oberman, Heiko Augustinus; Porter, James I (translator)

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Philadelphia, Fortress Press: 1984

Seller ID: 014781

ISBN: 0800607090

Condition: Very Good


. xi + 163 pages. Largely about Luther, but also Reuchlin, Pfefferkorn, Erasmus. Dust jacket slightly torn and with previous seller's barcode label to spine. View more info

Martin Luther (Documents of Modern History)

By: Rupp, Ernest Gordon; Drewery, Benjamin

Price: £1.75

Publisher: London, Edward Arnold: 1971

Seller ID: 438066

ISBN: 0713154985

Condition: Good


. 179 pages. An Open University set book at the time of printing. An outline of Luther's life and the development of his thought, illustrated throughout by translations of his own writings, and of documents which significantly affected the difection of his life. View more info

The Homes and Haunts of Luther

By: Stoughton, John; Irwin, Clarke Huston (editor)

Price: £8.50

Publisher: London, Religious Tract Society: 1903

Edition: Fourth Edition

Seller ID: 210226

Condition: Average


. 320 pages, a number of monochrime photographic plates. View more info

Reformers Before the Reformation: Principally in Germany and the Netherlands: Volume 2 (only, of 2) [Clark's Foreign Theological Library, New Series, Volume 8]

By: Ullmann, Carl; Menzies, Robert (translator)

Price: £24.50

Publisher: Edinburgh, T & T Clark: 1855

Seller ID: 498213

Condition: Average Minus


. 636 pages, cloth spine missing, internally fairly good, internal binding solid. Volume 2 contains sections on The Brethren of the Common Lot and The German Mystics (252 pp); John Wessel or the Reformatory Theology prior to the Reformation (352 pp); General Conclusion (20 pp). View more info

Baptism: Studies in the Original Christian Baptism; Its History and Conflicts; Its Relation to a State or National Church; and Its Significance for the Present Time

By: Warns, Johannes; Lang, George Henry (translator)

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London, Paternoster Press: 1962

Seller ID: 210161

Condition: Good


. 352 pages. Johannes Warnes (1874-1937) the son of a Lutheran minister became the leading teacher amongst open Brethren assemblies in Germany. Introduction by his brother-in-law Erich Sauer. View more info