AUGSBURG AND CONSTANTINOPLE
A little known aspect of Reformation history is the contacts that were made between the immediate successors of Luther and the Greek Orthodox Church. The correspondence between the Tubingen theologians and Patriarch Jeremiah II of Constantinople on the Augsburg Confession of Lutheranism is presented and discussed. This insight into what might have been in the early days of the Protestant Reformation should be of interest to those involved in ecumenical dialogue.
ISBN: 9780916586812 Binding: Softback 349 pages
Publisher: HOLY CROSS
Price: € 18.08 £ 16.09 $ 19.69