The Reformation

The Life of Philip Melanchthon by Joseph Stump

“The life of so distinguished a servant of God as Melanchthon deserves to be better known to the general reader than it actually is. In the great Reformation of the sixteenth century, his work stands second to that of Luther alone. Yet his life is comparatively unknown to many intelligent Christians. “In the preparation of this book, the author has made use of a number of biographies of Melanchthon by German authors‚ĶHis aim has been to prepare a brief but sufficiently comprehensive life of Melanchthon, in such a form as would interest the people‚Ķ That these pages may, in some measure at least, accomplish their purpose, and make the Christian reader more familiar with the work and merit of the man of God whom they endeavor to portray, is the sincere wish of the author.

Discourses on Romanism and the Reformation by Emanuel Greenwald

Pope Frances declared, “The Reformation is Over”. Was he right? Many evangelical Christians don’t see any significant differences between the “different flavors” of Christianity. On This Page A Sensation in the Town Is The Reformation Over? Partial Outline About the Author, Rev. Emanuel Greenwald Download the eBook Publication Information A Sensation in the Town In 1879 a series of spirited talks were given in Lancaster, PA which were sharply critical of the doctrines and character of Martin Luther and of the Reformation.

Martin Luther: The Hero of the Reformation by Henry Eyster Jacobs

Henry Eyster Jacobs’ biography of Luther was originally published in 1898 as part of Putnam’s Heroes of the Reformation series for self-learners. Professor Samuel Macauley Jackson, says this about it an early Putnam catalog: A series of biographies of the leaders in the Protestant Reformation. The Literary skill and the standing as scholars of the writers who have agreed to prepare these biographies will, it is believed, ensure for them a wide acceptance on the part not only of special students of the period but of the general reader.