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Image for Apologia D. Ioannis Stosselii, Opposita Sophisticis et Friuolis cauillationibus quorundam censorum, in Comitatu Mansfeldensi, qui ambitione & odio accensi, potentiam & authoritatem reformandi alienas Ecclesias arroganter sibi sumunt, & prætextu puritatis doctrinæ, & gloriæ Dei, adnouas seditiones, aut distractiones sæuiores in Ecclesia Christi classicum canunt.  [small simple woodcut]  I. Corinth. 4. Ego verò nihil facio à vobis indicari, vel ab humano die, Dominus est, qui verè & iustè de me sententiam laturus est.  Esaiæ 9. Vnusquisq deuorat carnem brachii sui, Manasse Ephrim, & Ephraim Manassen.  Galat. 5. Qui conturbat vos, iudicium portabit, quisquis est.  Prouerb. 18. Iustus in principio accusator est sui postea inquirit in alios.

Apologia D. Ioannis Stosselii, Opposita Sophisticis et Friuolis cauillationibus quorundam censorum, in Comitatu Mansfeldensi, qui ambitione & odio accensi, potentiam & authoritatem reformandi alienas Ecclesias arroganter sibi sumunt, & prætextu puritatis doctrinæ, & gloriæ Dei, adnouas seditiones, aut distractiones sæuiores in Ecclesia Christi classicum canunt. [small simple woodcut] I. Corinth. 4. Ego verò nihil facio à vobis indicari, vel ab humano die, Dominus est, qui verè & iustè de me sententiam laturus est. Esaiæ 9. Vnusquisq deuorat carnem brachii sui, Manasse Ephrim, & Ephraim Manassen. Galat. 5. Qui conturbat vos, iudicium portabit, quisquis est. Prouerb. 18. Iustus in principio accusator est sui postea inquirit in alios.

By: STOESSEL, JOHANN.

Price: $875.00

Publisher: Ienæ, [Jena], Ex Officinia Donati Ritzenhaimi, Anno Christi,: M.D.LXVI. [1566] 1566

Item Number: 16169


"Johann Stössel (1524-1576) German theologian. ""After taking his degree at Wittenberg in 1549, he was called, as an anti-Philippist, to Weimar by Duke Joh. Frederick as Chaplain and in this capacity he took part with Maximilian Mörlin, court chaplain at Coburg, in introducing the Reformation in the margravate of Baden-Durlach in 1556, vigorously opposing everything divergent from strict Lutheranism. In the same spirit he opposed Melanchthon at the colloquy of Worms in the following year... in 1558 [he] took part, with Mörlin and Simon Musaeus, in the preparation of the ... View more info