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Table of Contents


The Apology, or Defense of the Augsburg Confession

by Philip Melanchthon
Translated by F. Bente and W. H. T. Dau



Introduction to the Apology

Part 1 - Of God and Of Original Sin

Part 2 - Of Christ and Of Justification

Part 3 - What Is Justifying Faith?

Part 4 - That Faith in Christ Justifies

Part 5 - That We Obtain Forgiveness of Sin by Faith Alone in Christ

Part 6 - Of Love and the Fulfilling of the Law

Parts 7-8 - Reply to the Adversaries

Part 9 - Another Mode of Justification

Part 10 - Here Belongs the Declaration of Christ

Part 11 - Of the Church

Part 12 - Of Baptism

Part 13 - Of the Lord's Supper

Part 14 - Of Confession

Part 15 - Of Repentance

Parts 16-17 - Of Confession and Satisfaction

Parts 18-19 - Of the Number and Use of the Sacrament, Of Ecclesiastical Order

Part 20 - Of Human Traditions in the Church

Part 21 - Of Political Order

Parts 22-24 - Of Christ's Return, Of Free Will, Of the Cause of Sin

Part 25 - Of Good Works

Part 26 - Of the Invocation of Saints

Part 27 - Of Both Kinds in the Lord's Supper

Part 28 - Of the Marriage of Priests

Part 29 - Of the Mass

Parts 30-32 - Of Sacrifice

Part 33 - Of the Term Mass

Part 34 - Of the Mass for the Dead

Part 35 - Of Monastic Vows

Part 36 - Of Ecclesiastical Power

Part 37 - Conclusion

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