||Print and the Reformation crisis of authority -- Contours of the printed debate -- Heresy and hermeneutics: the background to the controversy -- Karlstadt's challenge to Luther -- The early debate in Switzerland -- Martin Bucer and Bugenhagen's Psalms commentary -- Oecolampadius against the Wittenbergers -- Undermining Oecolampadius: the debate with Pirckheimer -- The contributions of Zurich and Strasbourg -- Print, polemics, and popular response in South Germany -- The debate matures, 1527-1529 -- The Lord's Supper in catechetical literature -- Sacramentarian diversity -- Reconstituting authority.
||"Debating the Sacraments argues that Reformation debates concerning baptism and the Lord's Supper cannot be treated in isolation. It demonstrates the continuing influence of Erasmus on Luther's evangelical opponents and examines the role of printing in fanning the public controversy over the sacraments"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages -493) and indexes.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Burnett, Amy Nelson, 1957- Debating the sacraments. New York, NY : Oxford University Press,  9780190921194|