Andreas Bodenstein Von Karlstadt: The Development of His Thought, 1517-1525
One of the important trends in more recent Reformation scholarship has been the extensive attention given the major "secondary" Reformers who aided and abetted, and sometimes challenged and infuriated, Luther, Zwingli, and Calvin. This book, which began as a doctoral dissertation at Yale University, is an attempt to elucidate the thought of one of the most important of these "Reformers in the wings." - Preface.
HESITATION TRANSITION AND DEBATE mid 15181519
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The Ground of Eternal Life
Karlstadts increased Interest in the German Mystics
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