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Hübmaier-Continued.

leaves Waldshut, 81; second residence at Schaffhausen, 82-92; appeals to council, 83; writes Heretics and Those Who Burn Them 84-88; challenges Eck to disputation, 89-91; returns to Waldshut, 93; relations to peasants' war, 96; not author of Twelve Articles, ib.; zeal for pure gospel, 97, 98; relations to Swiss reformers, 99; not taught by Münzer, 105; begins to oppose infant baptism, 108; letter to Œcolampadius, ib.; publishes Open Appeal, 109; becomes champion of radicals, 110; converted to Anabaptism, 111; baptizes large numbers in Waldshut, 112; writes his Christian Baptism of Believers, 114-117; Zwingli's reply, 118; Dialogues on infant baptism, 119-122; goes to Zürich, 124; his arrest, 125; debate with Zwingli, 125-128; his public "recantation," 129; cruel imprisonment and torture, 130, 137, 147; writes his Twelve Articles, 130-136; his written recantation, 138-140; goes to Nikolsburg, 142; kindly received, 150; great progress of Anabaptists, 152; literary activity, 154; rank as man of letters, 155-157; his ethical tone, 157, 173; controversies at Nikolsburg, 158; opposes Hut and Widemann, 163, 232; true communism, 164; publishes tract On the Sword, 173, 177; arrested and sent to Vienna. 177, 221; unfair attitude towards Zwingli, 210; preliminary examination, 222; imprisonment at Greisenstein, 223; accusations against him, 224, 225; interview with Faber, 226 sq.; how far he yielded, 228-230, 236; his Rechenschaft, 230-235; conduct like Cranmer's, or Savonarola's, 237; makes a supplementary statement, 239; final process at Vienna, 240; record of condemnation, 240-242; his execution described by an eyewitness, 242-244; character and repute, 23, 217, 245; writings put on the Index, 247; life not a failure, 271.

Hübmaier, Writings of (those marked* have been quoted from freely; those marked ** are given in full, or substantially so):
*Appeal to Schaffhausen Council (op. 2), 82
Brotherly Discipline (op. 21), 190, 205
*Christian Baptism of Believers (op. 5), 114-117, 143
Conversation of Balthazar Hübmaier (op. 10), 180
Dialogue between Balthazar Hübmaier and Master Ulrich Zwingli (op. 10), 110
Earnest Plea (op. 2), 82
**Eighteen Theses (op. 1), 69-71
*Form for Baptizing (op. 19), 152, 202, 204, 311