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  1. Johannes Bugenhagen, Lutheran reformer and theologian at Wittenberg, Ger., came to Copenhagen in 1537 to help organize the Lutheran Church of Denmark. In 1683 King Christian V decreed that the law of Denmark would recognize the Apostles’, Nicene, and Athanasian creeds, Luther’s Small Catechism, and… Read More

  2. 3 de ene. de 2023 · Johannes Bugenhagen(24 June 1485 – 20 April 1558), also called Doctor Pomeranusby Martin Luther, was a German theologian and Lutheran priest who introduced the Protestant Reformationin the Duchy of Pomeraniaand Denmarkin the 16th century. Among his major accomplishments was organization of Lutheranchurches in Northern Germanyand Scandinavia.

  3. Johannes Bugenhagen. As pastor at the Wittenberg city church, St. Mary’s, Johannes Bugenhagen was more than just a friend to Martin Luther; he was Luther’s pastor and confessor. Swayed by Luther’s writings, Bugenhagen would apply Luther’s theology to a generation of congregants and students. He eventually developed a close relationship ...

  4. 20 de abr. de 2021 · In 1521 Bugenhagen traveled to Wittenberg to study theology. While Luther was at the Diet at Worms, Melanchthon suggested that Bugenhagen fill in for the absent Reformer by lecturing on the Psalms. So began the career of Johannes Bugenhagen as a leader of the Lutheran Reformation. In 1522, Bugenhagen married his wife, Walpurga.

  5. Johannes Bugenhagen redact reglas y normas para los servicios religiosos, para la escolarizacin y para las cuestiones sociales de la iglesia. En 1539, lleg a ser superintendente de la Iglesia de Sajonia. Despus de la muerte de Lutero, se hizo cargo de la viuda y los hijos de aquel. Johannes Bugenhagen muri en Wittenberg en 1558. Reconocimientos ...

  6. Abstract. Johannes Bugenhagen was the pastor of the City Church in Wittenberg, close associate in reform to Martin Luther, translator of the Bible into Low Germ

  7. AbstractJohannes Bugenhagen’s church orders revealed the lasting imprint of religious values on the poverty policies of many German cities. Originally from Pome