Luther's Theology - LUTHER'S THEOLOGY I The Nature of...

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LUTHER'S THEOLOGY I. The Nature of Reform: A. "Free course of the Word of God" (p. 36) B. Crisis of Doctrine C. Crisis of Comfort ( Anfechtung ) II. Justification by faith alone: A. Pardon ( reputame justum ) vs. facre justum B. Two kinds of righteousness C. Faith = fiducia not fides D. Christ alone: alien righteousness; "the blessed exchange" E. Grace alone: favour Dei not habitus 1. Divine initiative 2. Contra works F. Christian Freedom: "from" Quellende Liebe G. Simul justus et peccator 1. Status 2. Inner state ("live your baptism") 3. Cor. "two kingdoms" III. Christology: A. Early years: lupus B. Mature years: Theology of the Cross/Glory 1. Einmaligkeit 2. Christus pro me 3. Historical Jesus 4. ein Gabe und ein Aufgabe C. Significance of Christ's Death: 1. Substitutionary atonement 2. Victory over "the tyrants" D. Contemporaneity of Christ's Work: 1. Word, Spirit, and Faith 2. Sacraments -- Community E. Christocentric Hermeneutic 1. Law/Gospel 2. Haupbuche 3. "triebt es Christum order nicht?" 4.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course REL THEL 352 taught by Professor Tyson during the Spring '08 term at Houghton College.

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Luther's Theology - LUTHER'S THEOLOGY I The Nature of...

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