St Augustine & Luther, the Works

ejournals@cambridge

The Divinity Faculty Library and Cambridge University Library are pleased to report the acquisition of major digitizations of the corpus of two core authors for the study of theology, history and philosophy: The Works of St Augustine and The Works of Martin Luther.  The digitizations are by Academic Rights Press and are on the Intelex Past Masters platform.

The Works of St Augustine and The Works of Martin Luther are available from the eresources@cambridge A-Z or via the following links:

Works of Martin Luther

Works of St Augustine

Francesco Salviati: Luther and Cardinal Gaetano; Palazzo Farnese, Rome.

“After he had carefully inspected Rome, that very learned man Bembo said that Rome is the dregs of the worst people on all the earth. Another man wrote, ‘If you wish to live a holy life, depart from Rome; everything is permitted there except to be a virtuous man.’ In earlier times, before…

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