Death of Martin Chemnitz, Protestant Reformer

Death of Martin Chemnitz, Protestant Reformer

Martin Chemnitz
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Martin Chemnitz dies in Braunschweig, Germany. Martin Chemnitz is popularly known as the "Second Martin" because he is second only to Martin Luther in his importance to the Protestant Reformation.

Chemnitz's most influential work was Examination of the Council of Trent, considered the definitive Lutheran response to the Counter-Reformation.

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