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Content: Chapter 1 The Dawn of the Reformation at Wittenberg (pages 8–33): Chapter 2 Headwaters of the Reformation at Wittenberg: Humanism, Nominalism, and the Augustinian Tradition (pages 34–95): Chapter 3 Luther as a Late Medieval Theologian (pages 96–123): Chapter 4 Mira et Nova Diffinitio Iustitiae: Luther's Discovery of the Righteousness of God (pages 125–200): Chapter 5 Crux Sola Est Nostra Theologia: The Emergence of the Theology of the Cross, 1514–1519 (pages 201–232):
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