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Collection: Highlights from Bridwell Library Special Collections: Reformation
First printed edition of the New Testament in Castilian Spanish. Catholic censor found "Protestant" renderings of key passages and placed the publication on the first Spanish Index of Prohibited Books in 1551.
One of 25 pamphlets bound together in this Sammelband. This letter was written by the first published female Protestant author in protest of the arrest of a Lutheran student at the University of Ingolstadt.
Indulgence sold to raise funds for the rebuilding of St. Peter's in Rome. Criticism of abuse of indulgences by those such as Martin Luther played a major role in the role of the Reformation.
Small-format edition of the New Testament translated into Low German from Luther's German New Testament translation.
Martin Luther's translation of the New Testament from the original Greek.
This is the only surviving copy of the Dutch translation of Martin Luther's Vom Abendmal Christi, Bekendnis. This version was long misidentified as a sermon by Luther.
The "Augsburg Confession," compiled in 1530, presented a single and unified creed that remains the standard Lutheran statement of faith. Although the two versions of the Confession were issued together, copies are rarely found together, as here, in a…
One of four known copies of the French Calvin Bible, this is the only recorded copy in the United States of either issue of Calvin's 1546 Bible.