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The Events Of 1532

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The councilors promised to take an answer of Rothman’s to the prince. But the prince, who was still not mollified by it, summoned Rothman to the city and revoked his safe conduct. Rothman, however, secretly enjoyed the liberty of the city by restricting himself to the company of followers of his faction, and thinking that this abrogation of his safe conduct harmed him as he fervently toiled in business of the Gospel, he begged for the prince’s forgiveness in a letter of supplication that was written on January 16. The confession of Rothman’s doctrine had been sent by him to pastors and presbyters of the churches. This chapter contains the articles of Rothman, so that the reader may understand: in what regards they diverge from the doctrine of the Catholic Church; and how far they differ from those which he later taught and defended after falling into the Anabaptist error.

Keywords: Anabaptist; Catholic church; councilors; Gospel; letter of supplication; pastors; Rothman



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