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True Christianity

A Treatise on Sincere Repentance, True Faith, the Holy Walk of the True Christian, etc.

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Author: Johann Arndt
Published: 1868
Language: English
Wordcount: 295,269 / 845 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 46.1
LoC Category: BR
Downloads: 1,624
Added to site: 2010.12.23 29994
Genre: Religion

e features of Lutheranism have assigned to him a high position in the history of his Church.--After Arndt had, even at this early age, acquired distinction as an accomplished private lecturer on Natural Philosophy, etc., as well as on the Epistle to the Romans, Leyser furnished him with an unusually favorable recommendation to the professors in Strasburg. This city, the government and population of which were exclusively Lutheran, had not yet been subjected to that great calamity which afterwards befell it, when the despot and bigot, Louis XIV., incorporated it with the French monarchy, and by assigning undue privileges to papists, and adopting other tyrannical measures, opened an avenue for the introduction, not merely of an inferior Romanic language, but also of the errors and superstitions of the Church of Rome.

§ 3. Arndt continued his theological studies in Strasburg, under the direction of Prof. Pappus, who was also distinguished for his devotion to the genuine Lutheran faith. In the year 15



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