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Heinrich Moller: Ein Unbescholtener Hamburger Bürger Oder Ein Verdächtiger Theologie Professor?

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This chapter addresses the question of whether Heinrich Moller was a respectable citizens or a suspicious professor of theology now. Moller was not only exposed in his hometown of Hamburg diverse currents and influences but had furthermore a large network of contacts. Although Heinrich Moller was deeply affected by the death of Luther, he still finds a mentor who helped him not only in the university education and coined. Philipp Melanchthon became his preceptor and his host, who instructed him in the home. In Moller's first academic year, the University of Wittenberg and her teaching was threatened and disrupted by armed conflicts. The debate about the true doctrine of the sacrament gained new ride in Wittenberg. This will split off Nikolaus Selnecker from the other doctoral students and represent their own position. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Heinrich Moller; Hamburg; Philipp Melanchthon; theology; University of Wittenberg



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