Item #257172 Quinquaginata Meditationes Sacrae … denuo emendatiores editae … [bound with:] Enchiridion Consolatorium Morti … [bound with:] Exercitium Pietatis Quotidianum Quadripartum …. Johann Gerhard.
Quinquaginata Meditationes Sacrae … denuo emendatiores editae … [bound with:] Enchiridion Consolatorium Morti … [bound with:] Exercitium Pietatis Quotidianum Quadripartum …

Quinquaginata Meditationes Sacrae … denuo emendatiores editae … [bound with:] Enchiridion Consolatorium Morti … [bound with:] Exercitium Pietatis Quotidianum Quadripartum ….

Jena: Johann Beitmann; Tobias Steinmann; and Justus Hauck, 1622; 1613; 1612.

Later (fifth?) edition of first title (first printed, 1606); second edition of second title (first was 1612); and first edition of the third title. A-K12; A-P12; A-H12. [120]; [180]; [96] leaves, each book complete with final blank. 1 vols. 12mo. Contemporary vellum with ms title on upper cover and spine. Binding soiled and worn but solid, text well-thumbed and slightly soiled but overall quite good Item #257172

Three works by Gerhard (1587- 1637), one of the most prominent Lutheran theologians of his day, a “renowned polemicist, author of the standard Lutheran dogmatic treatise Loci Theologici, and spearhead of every major Lutheran theological gathering of his time.” Gerhard's Meditationes was first translated into English by Richard Bruch in 1611, and it was republished many tiumes thereafter. OCLC, however, finds no copies of any these Latin text s in America.

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