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Image:PhilippMelanchthon.jpgthumbPortrait of Philipp Melanchthon, by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Melanchthon himself perceived his faults in the course of time and repented of them, perhaps having to suffer more than was just in the displeasure of his friends and the hatred of his enemies.
Melanchthon was the constant assistant of Luther in his translation of the Bible, and both the books of the Maccabees in Luther's Bible are ascribed to him.
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 Philipp Melanchthon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Portrait of Philipp Melanchthon, by Lucas Cranach the Elder.
Philipp Melanchthon (February 16, 1497 - April 19, 1560) was a German theologian and writer of the Protestant Reformation and an associate of Martin Luther.
Melanchthon was small and slight, But of good proportions, and had a bright and sparkling eye, which kept its color till the day of his death.
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 Melanchthon, Philip - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
MELANCHTHON, PHILIP [Melanchthon, Philip], 1497-1560, German scholar and humanist.
Melanchthon was more conciliatory than Luther, as evidenced by his friendship with John Calvin after Luther's death and by his willingness to compromise on doctrinal issues.
Luther had great confidence in Melanchthon as his successor, but Melanchthon was ill-suited for leadership.
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 SEP: Aristotelianism in the Renaissance
This may be due, in part, to the specialization of teachers (Melanchthon not agreeing that all knowledge rises from the senses, Cremonini disinterested in moral philosophy and thus not making statements on virtues, …).
Philipp Melanchthon states, in his 1536 oration “On philosophy” (Melanchthon, 1843), that you have to choose a genre of philosophy which is not sophistic, and which adheres to the correct method, and that the one taught by Aristotle is such a philosophy.
Melanchthon goes on to request that, in addition to Aristotle, other authors should be used for some fields, something that is admitted also by Niphus.
www.seop.leeds.ac.uk /entries/aristotelianism-renaissance   (3175 words)

 The Early Swiss Reformers - Resources
The Reformation comes to Switzerland: Zurich, Basle, Berne, St. Gall; and Southern Germany: Strasbourg and Constance - 1520 - 1531
History of the Christian Church: Volume 8: Book 2: Chapters 1 - 6, by Philip Schaff
The Creeds of Christendom: Volume 1 - History of the Creeds, by Philip Schaff
www.eldrbarry.net /heidel/swissrsc.htm   (443 words)

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