The Augsburg Confession, Together in Latin and German as Issued

Confessio Fidei Exhibita Invictiss. Imp. Carolo V. Caesari Aug. in Comicijs Augustae. Anno M.D.XXX. Addita est Apologia Confessionis. Beide Deudsch und Latinisch.
Wittenberg:  Georg Rhaw, 1531.
[Bound with:] Confessio odder Bekantnus des Glaubens etlicher Fürsten und Stedte: Uber antwort Keiserlicher Maiestat: zu Augspurg. Anno M.D.XXX. Apologia der Confessio, aus dem Latin verdeudschet durch Justum Jonam Wittemberg.
Wittenberg: Georg Rhaw, 1531. (BRA2651/A-B

The Augsburg Confession, compiled in 1530 and published the following year, presented a single, unified creed for Lutherans, and it remains the standard Lutheran statement of faith. This remarkable volume combines, as originally issued, the first editions of both the Latin and German texts of the Confession. These are the authorized texts edited by Philipp Melanchthon (1497–1560) and approved by Martin Luther, who admired his compatriot’s skill at “treading lightly” over controversial matters. Also included are Melanchthon’s Latin Apologia and a German translation by Justus Jonas (1493–1555).

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The Augsburg Confession, Together in Latin and German as Issued