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Martin Chemnitz Resources

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Primary Source Chemnitz Resources

Much of Martin Chemnitz’s work has been translated into English, although not all of it. Additionally, there are many, many documents held overseas in Germany of an archival nature that relate to Martin Chemnitz. Entries are sorted by language used.

English (translation)

German/Latin (original)

A wide variety of original-language versions of Martin Chemnitz are available on the Post-Reformation Digital Library (PRDL).

Print (Published) Chemnitz Resources

Published print resources on Martin Chemnitz refers to books and articles. Many of these are available at either CHI or the Hasse library.

  • Theodor Mahlmann. “Der zweite Martin der lutherischen Kirche: zu einem Martin Chemnitz beigelegten Epitheton.” In Rezeption und Reform: Festschrift für Hans Schneider zu seinem 60. Geburtstag. Darmstadt: Verlad der Hessischen Kirchengeschichtlichen Vereinigung, 2001. 99–136.
  • J.A.O. Preus II. The Second Martin: The Life and Theology of Martin Chemnitz. St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1994.
  • Heinrich Schmid, Doctrinal Theology of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, trans. Charles A. Hay and Henry E. Jacobs, (Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House, 1961), 665–666.

Print (Unpublished) Chemnitz Resources

Unpublished print resources on Martin Chemnitz would be things like notes, presentations, or unfinished/unpublished drafts of Chemnitz scholarship. These are available at CHI.

Archival Chemnitz Resources

Archival resources relating to Martin Chemnitz are things like personal papers, official records,

Web Chemnitz Resources

Other Chemnitz Resources

This category consists of other resources helpful in Martin Chemnitz studies, including bibliographies, finding guides, lectures, etc.

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