Martin Chemnitz (1522-1586) and His Role in the Reformation While making his way to Jerusalem at the end of his third missionary journey, the Apostle Paul summoned the Ephesian elders to Miletus, a nearby port city.
Martin Chemnitz was a 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.
Other articles where Examination of the Council of Trent is discussed: Martin Chemnitz: …(1570); Examen concilii tridentini (1565–73; Examination of the Council of Trent), the standard Lutheran analysis of the doctrinal decisions of the Council of Trent (1545–63); and a partial presentation of his theology in the form of a commentary on Melanchthon’s Loci communes (1591).
19 de jun. de 2017 · On November 9 th, 1522, Martin Chemnitz was born to Paul and Euphemia Chemnitz in a small Brandenburg town named Treuenbrietzen.  His father, Paul, was a cloth trader, and was successful enough that he could afford to give his son a decent education.
20 de mar. de 2012 · Both men served as Superintendents (Bishops) of the Lutheran Church, and Chemnitz distinguished himself through his labors as one of the authors of the Formula of Concord and through his numerous...
Average rating: 4.5 · 249 ratings · 26 reviews · 38 distinct works • Similar authors. Ministry, Word, and Sacraments. by. Martin Chemnitz, Luther Poellot (Translator) 4.64 avg rating — 50 ratings — published 1981 — 4 editions. Want to Read. saving…. Want to Read.
27 de sept. de 2020 · by Martin Chemnitz First published in 1985 2 editions in 1 language Not in Library Ministry, word, and sacraments by Martin Chemnitz First published in 1981 2 editions in 1 language Not in Library The doctrine of man in classical Lutheran theology by Martin Chemnitz First published in 1962 2 editions in 1 language Not in Library