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Against Henry, King of the English

Against Henry, King of the English, originally in Latin as Contra Henricum Regem Anglie, was a book written in 1522 by Martin Luther against Henry VIII of England. It was a response to Henry's book, Assertio septem sacramentorum.[1] Thomas More then wrote Responsio ad Lutherum as a reply.

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  1. ^ Richard Marius, p.280, Thomas More

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