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Zwingli, Huldrych, of Zurich Switzerland, originator of Reformed theology "Ulrich"
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2 Timothy : Be Strong
Irwin J. Habeck
Drinking with Calvin and Luther!: A History of alcohol in the church
Our Neighbour: Martin Luther
Elizabeth Rundle Charles
The Large Catechism of Martin Luther
God Gave Wine: What the Bible Says About Alcohol
Kenneth L. Gentry
The Book of Concord: The Confessions of the Evangelical Lutheran Church
Theodore G. Tappert
Bible Wines: or Laws of Fermentation and Wines of the Ancients
Concordia: The Lutheran Confessions -- A Reader's Edition of the Book of Concord
Paul Timothy McCain
A Sip Through Time: A Collection Of Old Brewing Recipes
Given for You: Reclaiming Calvin's Doctrine of the Lord's Supper
Keith A. Mathison
The Augsburg Confession
Lutheran Book of Prayer
J. W. Acker
Early American Beverages
John Hull Brown
Lutheran Service Book
Concordia Publishing House
Postmillennialism: An Eschatology of Hope
Keith A. Mathison
The Spirituality of the Cross: The Way of the First Evangelicals
Gene Edward Veith
The Simon & Schuster Pocket Guide to Beer
The Lutheran Hymnal
Jesus, of Nazareth "Christ"
Pontius Pilate, governor of Judea, judge at the trial of Jesus
Moses, son of Amram, wrote the first 5 books of the Bible
Luther, Martin, reformer "Brother Augustine" "Knight George in hiding"
Eck, Dr. Johann Maier von "Johannes" "John"
Mary, mother of Jesus
David, King of Israel, son of Jesse
Tetzel, Dr. John "Johann"
Goliath, the giant Philistine from Gath
Abraham, son of Terah, father of Issac, husband of Sarai, lived 175 years "Abram"
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Paul, the Apostle, of Tarsus "Saul"
Timothy, of Lystra, companion of Paul
Solomon, son of David and Bathsheba, the wisest man in the Bible, King of Israel
Satan "Belial" "Prince of this world" "Melkiresha" "Evil One" "sons of worthlessness" "Wicked One"
Erasmus, Desiderius, of Rotterdam
Peter, the Apostle, denied Jesus 3 times "Simon Peter" "Cephas"
Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria
Elijah, the Prophet, did not die, was taken up in a whirlwind
Father "God the Father"
God "El - The Mighty One" "Elohim" "Yahweh - The Covenant Lord"
Augustine of Hippo
Holy Spirit "Holy Ghost"
Bora, Katharina von, wife of Martin Luther
Jerome, of Prague, burned at the stake in 1416
Jodocus, Dr., of Eisenach "Trutvetter"
Jene, Hans von
Jacob, husband of Rachel, son of Isaac and Rebekah "Israel"
Hutten, Ulrich von, knight
Huss, John, Czech priest, burned at the stake "Jan Hus"
John, of Goch, at Mechlin
Landsknechts, mercenary soldiers with a formidable reputation who became an important military force through late 15th- and 16th-century Europe
Judas Iscariot, son of Simon Iscariot, betrayed Jesus
Lamb of God
King of kings
Lange, Father John, Prior of Erfurt Monastery
Jonas, Justus, dean of Wittenburg, close friend of Luther
Koppe, Leonard, of Torgau
Lefevre, Jacques "d'Étaples"
John, the Baptist, son of Zacharias and Elizabeth
Leiffer, Brother George, of Erfurt
Dürer, Albrecht, German painter, printmaker, and theorist born in Nuremberg
Elisha, the Prophet, son of Shaphat
Elkanah, son of Jeroham, and father of Samuel
Farel, William, French evangelist
Ernest, Archbishop of Magdeburg
Cotta, Friedrich "Fritz"
Cranach, Lucas the Elder, painter, from Frankfort
Crequi, Bertrand de
Frederic III, Elector at Wittemberg, of the Wartburg "Frederick the Wise"
Glatz, pastor of Orlamund
Pope Leo X
Haller, Ruprecht, priest in Franconia
Hannah, wife of Elkanah, mother of Samuel
Gersdorf, Ulrich von
Gersdorf, Otto von, knight in Thuringian Forest
Frobenius, Johann, printer in Basel "Froben"
Gabriel, the Angel "Archangel Gabriel"
Luther, John, father of Martin, husband of Margarethe Lindemann "Johann Luder" "Hans"
Schurff, Jerome, Wittenberg professor, Luther's lawyer
Schonberg, Eva Von
Sickingen, Franz von, knight, of Ebernburg
Sickingen, Hedwiga, wife of Franz
Spalatin, Georg, the Elector's chaplain, an important German figure in the history of the Reformation
Samuel, the prophet, son of Elkanah and Hannah
Reineck, John, of Mansfeld
Ruprecht, Priest, in Franconia
Sachs, Hans, shoemaker and poet
Spenlein, Brother George, monk at Memmingen
Trinity "Father, Son, Holy Spirit"
Wessel, Dr. John
Winkelried, Conrad, husband of Atlantis Cotta
Tauler, Dominican friar
Staupitz, Johann von, Vicar-General of the Augustinian friars
Storck, Nicholas "Storch"
Reichenbach, Gretchen, daughter of Else Cotta Reichenbach
Reichenbach, Gottfried, husband of Else Cotta
Luther, Magdalen, daughter of Martin
Luther, John, son of Martin
Luther, Margaretha, daughter of Martin
Luther, Martin, son of Martin
Luther, Paul, son of Martin
Cotta, Else, wife of Gottfried Reichenbach
Luther, Jacob, brother of Martin
Luther, Elizabeth, daughter of Martin
Luther, Hanschen, son of Martin "Hans"
Margaret, Duchess, of Valois
Philip I, of Hesse, the landgrave
Plautus, Titus Maccius, Roman playwright of the Old Latin period
Prierias, censor at Rome
Noah, of the Flood and the Ark, son of Lamech, father of Shem, Ham, Japheth, walked with God, lived 950 years
Nicodemus, the Pharisee
Mary Magdalene, went to Jesus' tomb Easter morning "Magdala"
Melanchthon, Philip, reformer, collaborator with Martin Luther
Michael, the Archangel
Munzer, Thomas, Protestant minister who supported the peasant revolt "Muntzer"
Levita, Rabbi Elias
Wesley, John, a founder of the Methodist Church
Wesley, Charles, an English leader of the Methodist movement, the younger brother of Methodist founder John Wesley
Aaron, the Levite, older brother of Moses
Ahab, son of Omri, King of Israel
Ahitub, son of Phinehas, brother of Ichabod
Tyndale, William, English scholar and Protestant reformer who translated the Bible into English
St. Vincent, patron saint of wine producers
St. Columbanus, saved a keg of ale being sacrificed to an idol
St. Florian, saved Nuremburg from fire with beer
St. Hildegard, first to mention use of hops in brewing
St. Martin, patron saint of wine, Martin Luther named after him
Alexander, the smith
Aquila, of Corinth, husband of Pricilla
Epaphras, of Colossae, companion of Paul, evangelist in Laodicea and Hierapolis
Epiphanius, of Salamis
Erastus, of Corinth, convert of Paul
Eubulus, an associate of the Apostle Paul
Demas, companion of Paul
Crescens, companion of Paul
Aristarchus, early Christian disciple
Arius, Christian presbyter and priest in Alexandria, Egypt, he opposed Trinitarians
Barnabas, a Levite from Cyprus "also named Joseph"
Carpus, Paul left his cloak, book and parchments with him in Troas
St. Bartholomew, patron saint of mead
St. Arnou, beer mug did not empty
Pope Clement VIII "Clemens Octavus"
Charles I, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland
D'Aubigne, Merle church historian
Pope Gregory I
Calvin, John, of Geneva Switzerland, co-originator of Reformed theology
Bes, Egyptian god of beer
Sarah, wife of Abraham, mother of Isaac "Sarai"
Bacchus, Greek god of wine
Bach, Johann Sebastian, Baroque composer, of Eisenach Germany
Belshazzar, son of Nabonidas "Belsharusur"
Habakkuk, writer of one of 12 short prophetic books in the Bible
Jonadab, son of Recab
Bellarmine, Robert Cardinal
Spurgeon, Charles Haddon
St. Adrian, patron saint of beer
Ninurta, Babylonian god of beer
Ninkasi, Sumerian god of beer
Judah, son of Jacob and Leah
Lewis, C. S.
Menquet, beer deity
Nin-Bi, Sumerian god of beer
Eunice, Timothy's mother
Habeck, Pastor Professor Irwin J.
Aurifaber, Joannes Joannes "Vimariensis" "Johann Goldschmidt"
Aristotle, Greek philosopher
Bernard, of Clairvaux, French abbot and reformer for the Cistercian order
Bodenstein, Dr. Andrew, of Carlstadt, Archdeacon of Wittemberg
Braun, Father Johann
Argyropylos, Byzantine Greek professor
Adam, father of Cain, Abel, Seth, he lived 930 years
Albert, Cardinal, of Brandenburg, Elector and Archbishop of Mainz "Albrecht von Brandenburg"
Alexius, assassinated friend of Luther
Briconnet, bishop of Meaux
Bucer, Dr. Martin, of Strassburg "Butzer"
Coelius, Michael, friend of Luther
Columbus, Christopher, Italian explorer
Cotta, Atlantis, wife of Conrad Winkelried
Cotta, Chriemhild, wife of Ulrich Gersdorf
Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Roman philosopher
Christian III, King of Denmark
Bugenhagen, Dr. Johannes "Doctor Pomeranus"
Cain, son of Adam and Eve, killed his brother Abel
Carlstadt, Dr. Andreas, Archdeacon "Karlstadt"
Cellarius, Martin, schoolmaster "Martin Borrhaus"
Tychicus, the Ephesian, companion of Paul
Trophimus, Christian who accompanied Paul during a part of his third missionary journey
John, the Apostle, son of Zebedee and Salome
Linus, associate of the Apostle Paul
Lois, Timothy's grandmother
Luke, the Evangelist, the physician
Jehovah "Lord" "Yahweh" "YHWH"
Jannes, sorcerer, withstood Moses
Hermogenes, deserted Paul
Hymenaeus, lost his Christian faith
Irenaeus, early church father, Bishop of Lugdunum in Gaul now Lyon France
Jambres, sorcerer, withstood Moses
Mark, the Evangelist, close associate of Peter "John Mark"
Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, persecuted Christians
Schuetze, Armin W., Professor of Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
Silas, companion of Paul in Antioch "Silvanus"
Stephanas, a member of the church at Corinth
Titus, bishop of Crete, son of Vespasian
Pudens, Christian in Rome and friend of Paul
Onesiphorus, Christian from Ephesus who ministered to Paul in prison
Philetus, Christian false teacher
Phygelus, Christian in Rome and friend of Paul
Priscilla, of Corinth, wife of Aquila, "Prisca"
Wittenberg, Germany "Wittemberg"
Leipsic, Germany "Leipzig"
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Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Tübingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany
St George church
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, Mequon, Wisconsin, USA
Thessalonica, Macedonia, Greece
Miletus, Asia Minor
Bologna, Emilia Romagna, Italia
Eisleben, Saxony, Germany
Black Forest, Germany
Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany
Godlessness in the Last Days
Resurrection of the Dead
Birth of Martin Luther
Posting of the Ninety-Five Theses
Death of Martin Luther
Marriage of Martin Luther to Catherine von Bora
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Diet of Worms
Paul's imprisonment in Rome
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