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Evangelical Free WillPhillipp Melanchthon's Doctrinal Journey on the Origins of Faith$
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Gregory Graybill

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199589487

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199589487.001.0001

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1529–1531: Augsburg

1529–1531: Augsburg

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Evangelical Free Will

Gregory B. Graybill

Oxford University Press

From 1529 to 1531, Melanchthon wrote a commentary on Romans, attended the Diet of Augsburg, and produced the notable documents of the Augsburg Confession and its Apology. During this time, he continued to sharpen his formulation of the human will's temporal (or civil) freedom in combination with its spiritual bondage. In these years, Melanchthon almost never mentioned predestination.

Keywords:   Romans, second diet of Speyer, Schwabach articles, Marburg articles, John Eck, Augsburg confession, confutation of the Augsburg confession, apology to the Augsburg confession, spiritual bondage, temporal freedom, predestination

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