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This front matter section of the book titled Religious Identity in an Early Reformation Community Augsburg, 1517 to 1555 contains the table of contents, acknowledgments, and a note on names, translations and quotations. Studying the experiences of ordinary people in the early years of the Reformation era provides a valuable perspective for understanding the impact that theological divisions had on the way people identified their religious beliefs and interacted with each other. The book examines how and to what extent people formed religious identities in the first four decades of the Reformation and how those identities had an impact on their relationships with other people, particularly their families, friends, and neighbors. Augsburg possesses an incomparable collection of sources for examining how ordinary people expressed their religious experiences in the first half of the sixteenth century.

Keywords: early reformation community Augsburg; religious identity

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