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date: 17 October 2019

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Luther’s continuity with his past appears in an unbroken line in von Staupitz’s pastoral counsel, his use of exegetical resources, his use of church history for support of his arguments; parallels with medieval thought and practice occurred in his concept of the two realms and justification; his view of the universal priesthood represents a transformation of elements in mystical steams of thought and Ockham; his distinction of law and gospel parallels certain mystical expressions. Luther’s concept of grace arose in a complex recombination of elements in these same sources. Luther creatively adopted, adapted, and transformed components of various medieval ways of thought.

Keywords: monastic-mystical theology, Johannes von Staupitz, infant baptism, two realms, justification, distinction of law and gospel, grace

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