5 1522–1526: Unrest
- Evangelical Free Will
Gregory B. Graybill
- Oxford University Press
The Wittenberg Unrest of 1521–2 caused Melanchthon to emphasize civil freedom, although he still maintained the spiritual bondage of the will. This new emphasis occurred in tandem with the development of Luther's political theology of various dualities in reality. Meanwhile, Melanchthon strongly sided with Luther in his dispute with Erasmus over the freedom of the will.
Wittenberg unrest, civil freedom, political theology, two kingdoms, dualities, Erasmus, free choice, Luther, antinomy
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