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Included in this volume therefore are four of the debates or disputations held in Wittenberg University between 1535 and 1542. Thirteen of the fourteen treatises appear in their entirety in an English translation for the first time with publication of this volume.

men and our own selves, that we do not have a feigned faith. He who says that he believes and still whores, drinks, and is covetous, does not truly believe. Love declares that his sins have been forgiven. Christ speaks of both kinds of righteousness, before God and before men. Man justifies himself as to product, not producer.] Explanation of Dr. Martin Luther: Christ is speaking of love which flows from faith. If that is true, as it ought to be true, then this argument stands by its own strength,
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