Helsinki, Finland: Luther-Agricola Society (1994)

We examine a series of disputations which Luther participated in towards the end of his career: we argue that these disputations show that Luther was very familiar with the tools of medieval formal logic, and continued to make positive theological use of them until the end of his life.
Keywords Luther, Martin   Religious disputations   Logic, Medieval   Nominalism   Philosophy and religion
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