Yahoo Search Búsqueda en la Web

  1. Cerca de 382.000 resultados de búsqueda
  1. Anuncio
    relacionado con: Martin Chemnitz
  2. Enjoy low prices on earth's biggest selection of books, electronics, home, apparel & more. Browse & discover thousands of brands. Read customer reviews & find best sellers

  1. Martin Chemnitz (9 November 1522 – 8 April 1586) was an eminent second-generation German, Evangelical Lutheran, Christian theologian, and a Protestant reformer, churchman, and confessor.

  2. Martin Chemnitz, Chemnitz also spelled Kemnitz, (born November 9, 1522, Treuenbrietzen, Brandenburg [Germany]—died April 8, 1586, Braunschweig), leading German theologian who was known, with reference to Martin Luther, as “the second Martin” and who helped unify the Lutheran church following the Reformation.

  3. Martin Chemnitz (9 de noviembre de 1522 en Treuenbrietzen-8 de abril de 1586 en Braunschweig) fue un teólogo y clérigo alemán, un predicador evangélico, uno de los protagonistas de la Reforma Protestante entre los teólogos alemanes de la segunda generación.

  4. Martin Chemnitz (noviembre 9, 1522 a abril 8, 1586 ) fue un eminente segunda generación alemana , Evangélica Luterana , teólogo cristiano y un reformador protestante , hombre de iglesia, y confesor. En la tradición evangélica luterana se le conoce como Alter Martinus, el "Segundo Martín": Si Martinus non fuisset, Martinus vix stetisset ...

  5. Martin Chemnitz is the 1,001st most popular philosopher, the 3,648th most popular biography from Germany and the 124th most popular German Philosopher. Memorability Metrics 8. Martin Chemnitz on Written Revelation 90k Page Views (PV) 59.29 Historical Popularity Index (HPI) 16 Languages Editions (L) 3.94 Effective Languages (L*) 2.32

  6. Martin Chemnitz Known as the “second Martin”, Martin Chemnitz extended the Reformation beyond its origination and to the next generation. The author of the Formula of Concord, Chemnitz was instrumental in detailing the doctrines of the Reformation and the standard of Lutheran unity. Bible Study Handout Handout (Spanish) Insert

  7. Martin Chemnitz (* 15. Oktober 1561 in Braunschweig; † 26. August 1627 in Schleswig), Rat und Kanzler des Herzogs Friedrich von Schleswig-Holstein Anna Chemnitz (* 14. Januar 1564), verheiratet mit dem Pastor an St. Marien in Braunschweig Jacob Gottfried Paul Chemnitz (* 8.