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The same year in which Martin Bucer and his associates met with Martin Luther and his co-workers to establish agreement, at least for the moment, between the two groups of Evangelicals in the Wittenberg Concord, the rediscovered Gospel, which these men loved and proclaimed so well, was brought to another country. Just six years after Augsburg, a mere five after the Editio Princeps of the Augsburg Confession and the Apology, a book came off the press in England with the following imprint on the title page: "The confessyon of the fayth of the Germaynes exhibited to the most victorious Emperour Charles the .v. in the Councell or assemble holden at Augusta the yere of our lorde. 1530.
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Acts 2:9; Galatians 3:26;
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Bouman, Herbert J.
"The Sixteenth-Century "Confessyon of the Fayth of the Germaynes" in Twentieth-Century American English,"
Concordia Theological Monthly: Vol. 31, Article 40.
Available at: https://scholar.csl.edu/ctm/vol31/iss1/40