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Apologia, das ist, ein vertedigs rede Georgij Wicelij wider seyne affterreder die Luteristen : mit sampt kurtzer abcontrafeyung Luterischer secten, vnd preiß alter Römischen Kirchen, nützlich zu lesen. Auch wie er von der Kirchen in die secten kommen, vnd von den selbigen widerumb zu der Kirchen geflohen ist

By: Witzel, Georg, 1501-1573.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Freyburg im Breisgau : [Faber?] 1532Description: 22 leaves ; 20 cm. (4to).Other title: Apologia, das ist, ein vertedigs rede Georgii Wicelii wider seyne affterreder die Luteristen | Apologie Verteidigungs Verteidigungsrede seine Afterredner Lutheristen Lutheraner kurzer Abcontrafeiung Abconterfeiung Abkonterfeiung lutherischer Sekten Preisung römischer Kirche Sekte denselbigen wiederum.Subject(s): Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- Early works to 1800 | Reformation -- Early works to 1800 | Early printed books -- 16th centurySummary: Witzel tried to mediate between the Catholic Church and the Lutherans proposing a middle ground. He was ordained a priest but married, studied under Luther and other reformers, returned to the Catholic Church. This work outlines his theology which he hoped would reunite the church.
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Contains marginal notes by previous owner, 16th centuiry.

Witzel tried to mediate between the Catholic Church and the Lutherans proposing a middle ground. He was ordained a priest but married, studied under Luther and other reformers, returned to the Catholic Church. This work outlines his theology which he hoped would reunite the church.

Albright Collection. Originally purchased by Dr. Albright for 35 shillings.

Albright Rare Book Collection.

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