Table of contents for The Radical Reformation / edited and translated by Michael G. Baylor.

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Chronology 1521-1528
Bibliographical note
1. Thomas Müntzer, The Prague Protest
2. Thomas Müntzer, Sermon to the Princes (or An Exposition of the Second Chapter of Daniel)
3. Andreas Karlstadt, Letter from the Community of Orlamünde to the People of Allstedt
4. Conrad Grebel, Letter to Thomas Münzter
5. Andreas Karlstadt, Whether One Should Proceed Slowly
6. Thomas Müntzer, A Highly Provoked Defense
7. Felix Manz, Protest and Defense
8. Anonymous, To the Assembly of the Common Peasantry
9. Hans Denck, On the Law of God
10. Hans Hut, On the Mystery of Baptism
11. Michael Sattler, The Schleitheim Articles
12. Balthasar Hubmaier, On the Sword
13. Han Hergot, On the New Transformation of the Christian Life
Appendices: Programs of the Peasants' War: a) The Eleven Muhlhausen Articles
b) The Twelve Articles of the Upper Swabian Peasants
c) The Memmingen Federal Constitution
d) The Document of Articles of the Black Forest Peasants
e) The Forty-six Frankfurt Articles
f) Michael Gaismair's Territorial Constitution for Tyrol
Biographical notes
Notes to the texts.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Anabaptists Doctrines History 16th century Sources, Church and state Anabaptists History 16th century Sources, Church and state Europe History 16th century Sources, Reformation Sources, Peasants' War, 1524-1525 Sources