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Reformers in the WingsFrom Geiler von Kaysersberg to Theodore Beza$
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David C. Steinmetz

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780195130485

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0195130480.001.0001

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Andreas Bodenstein Von Carlstadt (1480–1541)

Andreas Bodenstein Von Carlstadt (1480–1541)

Reformation Without “Tarrying for Anie”

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(p.123) 16 Andreas Bodenstein Von Carlstadt (1480–1541)
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DOI:10.1093/0195130480.003.0017

Andreas Carlstadt was an early ally of Martin Luther and a colleague on the faculty at the University of Wittenberg. Although he was committed to what appeared to be a common Augustinian theology, he differed with Luther over the pace and extent of the Reformation. Carlstadt opposed images in the church (Luther retained them) and introduced themes from German mysticism into his discussions of justification. For a period of time, he renounced academic life and adopted the lifestyle of a peasant, though he later returned to the academy, ending his life as a professor of Old Testament in Basel.

Keywords:   Augustinian, Carlstadt, images, justification, Luther, mysticism

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