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Wittenberg Concord.

When Philip* of Hesse could not bring about agreement between the Luth. theologians and the Swiss (at Marburg 1529) or the south Germans (at Augsburg 1530), M. Bucer* persisted till he got some of the highlanders to travel to Wittenberg and sign the Wittenberg Concord on May 29, 1536. It is quoted in FC SD 7. See also Grynäus, 1; Lutheran Confessions, B 1.

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