Luther’s sidekick Philipp Melanchthon, known—in an age of vitriol comparable to our own—for his cool-headedness, was right: “The truth,” he said at the Leipzig Disputation of 1519, “might fare better at a lower temperature.”
Posted by Jim on 12/01/2017 in Church History, Melanchthon
13/01/2017 at 4:10 am
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