An introductory biography on the late-Reformation writer Martin Chemnitz, who stood with Luther and Melanchthon as an author of the Lutheran confessions and father of Lutheran theology. This book is the first full-length biography and analysis of Chemnitz to appear in English.
Identifies the key figures and events of the late Reformation
Describes those involved in the writing of the Formula of Concord
Includes a topically arranged analysis of the theology and philosophy of Chemnitz