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The Augsburg Confession 1530 (Reformation Overview 14 of 21)

By Dr. C. Matthew McMahon - Posted at Sermon Audio : Link: Saxon chancellor Christian Beyer proclaiming the Augsburg Confession in the presence of Emperor Charles V,  1530 -  Wikipedia

5 Minutes in Church History: Philip Melanchthon

By Stephen Nichols "Philip Melanchthon is, after Martin Luther, likely the most prominent resident of Wittenberg, Germany. “Master Philip,” as Luther called him, was born on February 15, 1497. He came of age educationally just after Martin Luther did, but in many ways, Melanchthon’s education was very different from Luther’s. Luther was raised in medieval methodology, whereas Melanchthon’s early education was steeped in the new humanism. He received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Heidelberg and his M.A. from the University of Tübingen." Stephen Nichols Audio Link: