Loci Theologici [Locorum Theologicorum] Quibus et Loci Communes D. Phil. Melanchthonis Perspicue Explicantur, & Quasi Integrum Christianae Doctrinae Corpus, Ecclesiae Dei syncere Proponitur.; In Three Parts. With Fundamenta Sanae Doctrinae, de Vera et Substantiali Praesentia, Exhibitione, et Sumptione Corporis & Sanguinis Domini in Coena and Caput I: De Explicatione Vocabulorum Essentiae and Index Secundis. Quibus et Loci Communes D. Phil. Melanchthonis Perspicue Explicantur, & Quasi Integrum Christianae Doctrinae Corpus, Ecclesiae Dei syncere Proponitur

Witebergae: Typis Wolffgangi Meisneri, Impensis Clementis Bergeri, & Zachariae Schureri, Bibliopolarum, MDCXV [1615]. Edition Nova, emaculata. Vellum. 4to. Bound in period vellum, split along front joint and showing considerable scuffing and edgewear. Contents are clean and binding remains sound, text block shows some occasional foxing, minor biopredation, and a trace of moisture soiling to corner (most significantly to first several pages). Item #024799

Quibus et Loci Communes D. Phil. Melanchthonis Perspicue Explicantur, & Quasi Integrum Christianae Doctrinae Corpus, Ecclesiae Dei syncere Proponitur. Martin Chemnitz (1522-1586) was a prolific and influential German Luteran theologian, known as the "Second Martin". Loci Theologici is a commentary on Melanchthon's "Loci Communes", and is edited by Polycarp Leyser. In Domini in Coena, Chemnitz makes a case for the real presence of Christ's body and blood in Holy Communion.

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