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comment What is the relevance of the Confession of Augsburg to the Colloquy at Poissy?
he declared his own "Confutation" to be sufficient: "...the official response known as the Pontifical Confutation of the Augsburg Confession was produced to the Diet, though the document was so poorly prepared that the document was never published for widespread distribution, nor presented to the Lutherans at the Diet. However, in September, Charles V declared the response to be sufficient..."
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comment What is the relevance of the Confession of Augsburg to the Colloquy at Poissy?
According to en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Confession_of_Augsburg, Karl V responded to the Augsburg Confession by the "Pontifical Confutation of the Augsburg Confession" and "gave the Lutheran princes until April 15, 1531, to respond to the demands of the Confutation", so it doesn't seem he "agreed to disagree".