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For several years now I have been studying the career of the German reformer, Johannes Brenz (1499-1570), a figure not well known outside Germany. Brenz's career falls roughly into two periods: in the first (1522-1548) he was town preacher in the free imperial city of Schwabisch Hall and chief theological adviser of the city council; in the second (1550-1570) he wasdoi:10.25071/0848-1563.39564 fatcat:us6gnkpuyzdwrgry2rukgdrs5q