Articles of Schwabach
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Beginning sometime in July of 1529, Philipp Melanchthon, along with Martin Luther and probably Justus Jonas, wrote the so-called Articles of Schwabach (so named because they were presented at the Convention of Schwabach on 16 October of the same year), as a confession of faith with other Wittenberg theologians. Material from this document was later incorporated into the Augsburg Confession written by Philipp Melancthon in 1530
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- Johann Michael Reu, The Augsburg Confession (1930), p. 28.
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