In 1519, Melanchthon insisted on the bondage of the will as the result of both the divine determination of all things, and the Fall. However, over the next few years, his formulations became less stringent. This is traced through the first edition of the Loci communes (1519–22), and the Annotations on Romans of 1522.
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