Definition for tezel (2 of 2)
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Samson, who carried on the same traffic in Switzerland as Tezel in Germany, had a somewhat different tax.
In fact, Tezel felt that an opponent like Luther was too much for him single-handed.
Luther replied without naming Tezel; Tezel had not named him.
The fury of Tezel and his satellites compelled Luther to treat these subjects more copiously, and to defend the truth.
The second theses of Tezel form an important epoch in the Reformation.