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Luther's sermons regarding the sacrament of Communion. The title page has a woodcut of the Seven Sacraments.
Luther's more controlled, sober, and systematic response to the Papal Bull of 1520.
Low German (Niederdeutsch) Bible translation of the Bible with woodcuts by anonymous artists.
Four horsemen of the apocalypse pictured together as typical of 15th century German art. The illustrations are hand-colored wood engravings.
The majority of the 109 woodcuts used in this Nuremberg edition of the German Bible of 1483 originally were produced in Cologne for Heinrich Quentell's Low German Bible of c. 1478. The woodcuts were hand colored.
First edition of the Bible in German and is the first edition of the Bible printed in any language other than Latin.
Medallion portrait of M. Luther on title page and two full-page portraits (Martin Luther and Johann Friedrich of Saxony) by Lucas Cranach the Younger in text.
Full page portrait of Luther by Lucas Cranach.
History of the missionaries among the Indians in North America written by George Loskiel.
Revised edition of Henry Muhlenberg's Lutheran hymnbook from 1786.
Sixth edition of a popular hymnal printed by Samuel Saur after he restarted the Saur press in 1790.
First Bible printed with American-made type by the Saur family. Christopher Saur II (1721–1784), the printer of this Bible, was a minister in the Neue Taufer, also known as Dunkers or Schwarzenau Brethren, a separatist group that combined Pietist and…
Gottfried Arnold's more esoteric work influenced by mystical writings of Jakob Böhme (1575–1624).
Gottfried Arnold's work that pushed for greater toleration of Christian diversity and encouraged research of heretical groups.
Johann Petersen's sermon on the sixth chapter of Isaiah. Petersen, and his wife Johanna spoke and wrote about Pietism.
Collection of sermons by Zinzendorf preached in the ducal court at Dresden in 1725 and 1726.
Posthumous compilation of published sermons by Jacob Denner.
German translation of Guyon's "The Holy Love of God and the Unholy Love of Nature" by Tersteegen. Guyon was a foremost Pietist leader and Tersteegen was a devout Pietist in his life.
Pietists created a new genre, spiritual biographies of common people. This work has 51 biographical narratives.
A commentary on the Epistles by Pietist Lange.
Sermon on "The Divinely-explained Sabbath Law".
Three sermons on the mysteries of the Passion and the cross of Christ written by Breithaupt.
A book of catechism sermons by Spener.
Spener's commentaries on Paul's epistles to the Ephesians and Colossians.
Spener's work, first published in 1675, presented a six-point plan for renewing Christianity and provided the movement its name.