I have decided that for this new year I will attempt to read through the four volumes of Martin Chemnitz' Examination of the Council of Trent. I will then publish summaries of the sections here for anyone to read and discuss. I have often said that I don't wish to blog unless I have something that is actually worth saying. Therefore since my own knowledge of Chemnitz is sufficiently lacking this seemed like a worthy project fitting of the blog title. I hope that this project does not fall by the wayside or is put on the farthest back burner, but the priorities of vicarage and seminary may dictate otherwise. I begin with Chemnitz' preface to volume 1.
***Note all quotations will be taken from Examination of the Council of Trent: Part 1 by Martin Chemnitz translated by Fred Kramer and published by Concordia Publishing House