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Luther and Staupitz : an essay in the intellectual origins of the Protestant Reformation / by David C. Steinmetz.

Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1980.
ISBN 0822304473, 9780822304470

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Subjects Luther, Martin, 1483-1546
Luther, Martin, 1483-1546.
Luther, Martin.
Staupitz, Johann von, -1524
Staupitz, Johann von, -1524.
Staupitz, Johann von.
Series Duke monographs in medieval and Renaissance studies ; no. 4.
Description x, 149 pages ; 25 cm.
Copyright Date 1980.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents I. Introduction -- Initial difficulties -- Images of Staupitz in recent research -- The question of a late medieval Augustinian school -- Survey of scholarship from Stange to Oberman -- Perspective of this book -- II. Hermeneutic and Old Testament interpretation -- Staupitz as an interpreter of Job -- Luther as an interpreter of the Psalms -- Conclusion -- III. Humility and justification -- Humility and justification in the early writings of John Staupitz (1497-1515) -- Humility and justification in Luther (1509-15) -- Conclusion -- IV. The mind of Paul -- The image of Paul int he theology of Wendelin Steinbach -- The Pauline interpretation of John Staupitz -- Pauline theology an the young Luther -- Conclusion -- V. Religious ecstasy -- The late medieval background -- Staupitz on religious ecstasy -- Youth Luther on religious ecstasy -- VI. Conclusion.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6789811
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WorldCat Identities Steinmetz, David Curtis.
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