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This bibliography contains a list of abbreviations, unpublished sources, published sources and literature that are mentioned in the book titled Religious Identity in an Early Reformation Community Augsburg, 1517 to 1555. The book explores issues typically reserved for the post- 1555 confessional age, such as the formation of religious identities and the impact of religious identity on relations with others, at the very beginning of the reformation. From the moment that theologians and preachers disagreed publicly, in writing and in sermons, lay people had to begin making choices about whom to support or whether to support anyone at all and how to feel about other people?s choices.

Keywords: early reformation community Augsburg; religious identity



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