- Augsburg Confession Variata
Philipp Melanchthonmade a several changes during the years to the original Augsburg Confessionof 1530. Most of these changes were about the language of the confession. In 1540 and 1542, he, however, rewrote some parts of the confession in order to make peace with Calvinists. John Calvinhimself signed the 1540 version of the confession. The most important difference was in the theology of Real Presence. The Unaltered Augsburg Confession states:
*"Concerning the Lord's Supper, they teach that the body and blood of Christ are truly present, and are distributed (communicated) to those that eat in the Lord's Supper. And they disapprove of those that teach otherwise."Altered Augsburg Confession states:
*"Concerning the Lord's Supper, they teach that 'with' bread and wine are truly exhibited the body and blood of Christ to those that eat in the Lord's Supper."
Lutheran churches often specify that they agree to the Unaltered Augsburg Confession as opposed to the altered version.
* [http://www.ccel.org/ccel/schaff/creeds3.iii.ii.html The Augsburg Confession (1530)] in
Latinwith a parallel English translation and with notes on the differences in the 1540 edition; from Philip Schaff's "Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches" at the Christian Classics Ethereal Library
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