The Council of Trent and Martin Luther Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

The Council of Trent and Martin Luther
An overview of Martin Luther's theology of revelation and the responses of the Council of Trent to the principle of 'sola scriptura'.
# 40171 | 2,900 words | 12 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Oct 07, 2003 in Religion and Theology (General)


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This paper investigates the response of the Council of Trent to Martin Luther's questions about revelation and the principle of 'sola scriptura'. It begins by examining the genesis of Luther's theology of revelation, or more specifically, how his theology was rooted in both his personal life and in the historical and theoretical movements of the preceding 250 years. The paper then turns to Trent's response to Luther's theology before discussing the importance of distinctions between ecclesiastical and apostolic traditions.

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