This volume includes two writings dealing with the plight of the common person who Luther felt had become a victim of the ecclesiastical establishment. These are followed by treatises taken from Luther's literary feud with three staunch supporters of Rome: Augustine Alveld, Jerome Emser (the "Leipzig goat"), and Albrecht of Mainz. The final treatise contains Luther's argument for congregational authority. 327 page, hardcover from Fortress Press.
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