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Neostadiensium admonitio

(Admonitio Neostadiana; Admonitio Neostadiensis). Short name for De libro Concordiae quem vocant, a quibusdam Theologis, nomine quorundam Ordinum Augustanae Confessionis, edito, Admonitio Christiana, issued 1581, written chiefly by Z. Ursinus* in the name of the Ref. group at Neustadt an der Hardt, Ger., in defense of their beliefs against Luth. doctrines; tried to refute FC, AC, and M. Luther*; discussed distinctive Ref. beliefs regarding Christology, communion, and predestination. T. Kirchner,* M. Chemnitz,* and N. Selnecker* drafted the Erfurtsche Buch in reply.

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