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Words That Shook the World

Words That Shook the World

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By CHARLES ADAMS.

Entered according to Act of CongreBs, in the year 1858,
BY CAELTON & PORTKR,


PREFACE.



This little volame is not a biography of the
great Lather. Its plan is rather to present to
the young some choice specimens of his sayings
and addresses. Connecting these, however, are
interwoven such notices as to famish a somewhat
adequate picture of the great Reformer, as he
appeared in the interesting years of his life.
By CHARLES ADAMS.

Entered according to Act of CongreBs, in the year 1858,
BY CAELTON & PORTKR,


PREFACE.



This little volame is not a biography of the
great Lather. Its plan is rather to present to
the young some choice specimens of his sayings
and addresses. Connecting these, however, are
interwoven such notices as to famish a somewhat
adequate picture of the great Reformer, as he
appeared in the interesting years of his life.

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WORDS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD By CHARLES ADAMS. Entered according to Act of CongreBs, in the year 1858, BY CAELTO & PORTKR, PREFACE. This little volame is not a biography of the great Lather. Its plan is rather to present to the young some choice specimens of his sayings and addresses. Connecting these, however, are interwoven such notices as to famish a somewhat adequate picture of the great Reformer, as he appeared in the interesting years of his life. For most of thejsl^tclftgs herein comprised I am indebted, mftji^y- to ^ihe-work of D'Aubign^, from whose TOfonuhous mi <5aptivating pages I have endeavored to draw forth the subject of my book, and, with a style and brevity suited to youthful readers, set him forth for their contem- plation. The " seeds of things" lie thickly strewed amid the history and words of Luther, and deeply 6 PBEFAOE. cmggestiye will be his spirit and sayings to young and serious minds. Kor is it possible for such minds to ponder his career without realizing an impulse that cannot fail to be ejpaii- nently salutary as well as pleasing.
 
The immortal Keformer was far from tJSing perfect; while, at the same time, considering the circumstances of his life, he must be said to have excelled in goodness as well as greatness ; and the world has hardly conunenced to appre- ciate the debt which it owes, under God, to the talents, energy, industry, and Ohristian intre- pidity of Martin: luth*/ v ^ :••;: . 0. A, • • • • • • ••• • COTETS. PAOl YOUTH 18 STUDIES 18 COVEBSIO M PBEACHIa 26 BOME 81 DOCTOEATE 86 PHILOSOPHY AD FAITH 89 CHABACTEBISTICS 42 LUTHEB AT DRESDE 44
 
IDULGECES 46 OPPOSITIO 49 THE DEEAM 61 THE FULFILLMET 66 THE EXCITEMET 67 THE STRUGGLE 60 TETZEL AD PBIEEIAS 68 H0CH8TRATE AD ECK 66 GRAVE EXTRACTS.... ^^ 67 LUTHER AT HEIDELBERG 78 OTHER EXTRACTS 76 ROME AROUSED 79 LUTHER AD CAJETA 88 8 OOTBTB. ritti FIBST COFEEECE 86 SUCCEEDIG COFEKECES 91 LUTHER'S BETUE 96 LETTEES 100

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