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Encyclopedia > Leisnig

Leisnig is a small town in the district of Döbeln, federal state of Saxony in Germany. Its population is 7,114. A settlement in this location was first mentioned in 1046. The town features the Castle Mildenstein of over 1000 years of age.


External links

  • http://www.leisnig.de - Official website of the city
  • Castle Mildenstein (http://www.burg-mildenstein.de/index.php4)

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Leisnig is easy to get to, using the A 14 and B 175.
Exit the A 14 Leipzig - Dresden at the Leisnig junction.
Head for Leisnig and stay on the S 31 until you reach the industrial estate.
AN ORDINANCE OF A COMMON CHEST (921 words)
Under the influence of the latter, and perhaps not without LutherÂ’s direct influence, there was drawn up in the congregation at Leisnig, probably by its recently elected clergymen, an Ordinance of a Common Chest, which was submitted to Luther for his approval.
The nobles, council, guildmasters, elders and commons of the town of Leisnig and vicinage solmenly agree, in the matter of choosing their pastors, to exercise their Christian liberty in accordance with Holy Scripture.
The preface, together with the Leisnig ordinance itself, is found in ClemenÂ’s Edition, 2:404-23; the Weimar Edition, 12:11-30; the Erlangen Edition, 22:106-30; the St. Louis Edition, 10:954-77, and the Berlin Edition, 7:107-37.
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