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Philipp Melanchthon

Religion (15-Feb-1497 — 19-Apr-1560)


Michael B. Aune. To Move the Heart: Philip Melanchthon's Rhetorical View of Rite and Its Implications for Contemporary Ritual Theory. Christian University Press. 1994. 136pp.

Francis Augustus Cox. The Life of Philip Melanchthon: Comprising an Account of the Most Important Transactions of the Reformation. London: Gale and Fenner. 1817. 581pp. 2nd Edition.

Franz Hildebrandt. Melanchthon: Alien or Ally?. Cambridge University Press. 1946. 98pp.

Sachiko Kusukawa. The Transformation of Natural Philosophy: The Case of Philip Melanchthon. Cambridge University Press. 1995. 246pp.

Karl Friedrich Ledderhose. Translated by G. F. Krotel. The Life of Philip Melanchthon. Philadelphia: Lindsay & Blakiston. 1855. 364pp.

Harold Herbert Lentz. Reformation Crossroads: A Comparison of the Theology of Luther and Melanchthon. Augsburg Publishing House. 1958. 92pp.

Clyde Leonard Manschreck. Melanchthon: The Quiet Reformer. Abingdon Press. 1958. 350pp.

Carl E. Maxcey. Bona Opera: A Study in the Development of the Doctrine in Philip Melanchthon. B. de Graaf. 1980. 327pp.

E. P. Meijering. Melanchthon and Patristic Thought: The Doctrines of Christ and Grace, the Trinity, and the Creation. E. J. Brill. 1983. 165pp.

Ralph W. Quere. Melanchthon's Christum Cognoscere: Christ's Efficacious Presence in the Eucharistic Theology of Melanchthon. B. de Graaf. 1977. 423pp.

James William Richard. Philip Melanchthon: The Protestant Preceptor of Germany, 1497-1560. New York and London: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1898. 399pp.

Michael Rogness. Philip Melanchthon: Reformer Without Honor. Augsburg Publishing House. 1969. 165pp.

John Schofield. Philip Melanchthon and the English Reformation. Ashgate Publishing. 2006. 229pp.

Joseph Stump. Life of Philip Melanchthon. Reading, PA and New York: Pilger Publishing House. 1897. 272pp. 2nd Edition.

Robert Stupperich. Melanchthon. Westminster Press. 1965. 175pp.

Timothy J. Wengert; M. Patrick Graham (editors). Philip Melanchthon (1497-1560) and the Commentary. Sheffield Academic Press. 1997. 304pp. Essays.

Timothy J. Wengert. Human Freedom, Christian Righteousness: Philip Melanchthon's Exegetical Dispute with Erasmus of Rotterdam. Oxford University Press. 1998. 239pp.


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  4. Encyclopaedia Britannica 11th Edition

  5. Chambers Biographical Dictionary, 5th Edition (p.999)

  6. European Authors 1000-1900 (p.622)

  7. Benet's Readers Encyclopedia, 4th Edition (p.670)

  8. The Catholic Encyclopedia (vol.10, pp.151-54)

  9. A Short Biographical Dictionary of Foreign Literature (p.184)

  10. Hutchinson Paperback Dictionary of Biography (p.339)

  11. Who's Who in Europe, 1450-1750 (p.206)

  12. The Hutchinson Dictionary of Ideas (p.344)

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