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Martin Luther A Development of His Theology
'wildem Süden'. "Luther meets with Cajetan at Augsburg". Bernd Nellessen, "Die schweigende Kirche: Katholiken und Judenverfolgung in Buttner (ed Die Deutchschen und die Jugendverfolg im Dritten Reich,.265, cited in Daniel Goldhagen, Hitler's Willing Executioners (Vintage, 1997) Brecht 3:351. 3: The Preservation of the Church, 15321546. Their defeat by the Swabian League at the Battle of Frankenhausen on, followed by Müntzer's execution, brought the revolutionary stage of the Reformation to a close. He not only rejected several teachings and practices of the Late Medieval Catholic Church, but also vehemently opposed the strong belief that freedom from God's punishment for sin could be purchased with money.
194 In his theses and disputations against the antinomians, Luther reviews and reaffirms, on the one hand, what has been called the "second use of the law that is, the law as the Holy Spirit's tool to work sorrow over sin in man's heart, thus. 92 Luther sympathised with some of the peasants' grievances, as he showed in his response to the Twelve Articles in May 1525, but he reminded the aggrieved to obey the temporal authorities. Anima autem non sic dormit, sed vigilat, et patitur visiones loquelas Angelorum et Dei. By 1526, Luther found himself increasingly occupied in organising a new church. 227 It was publicly exhibited in a glass case at the Nuremberg rallies and"d in a 54-page explanation of the Aryan Law. Bainton, Mentor edition, 16465. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1971, 50:17273; Bainton, Mentor edition, 263. 70 However, Mullett suggests that given his nature, "we are free to believe that Luther would tend to select the more dramatic form of words." 68 Over the next five days, private conferences were held to determine Luther's fate.