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Index of Biblical References

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This index presents a list of biblical references, terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on reception of Paul Lautensack's works. Apart from the relief described above, the reception of Lautensack began only towards the end of the 16th century, in a country and a social group that was far removed from the world of a Franconian craftsman. As a man without academic credentials who claimed to bring the truth to mankind but was reviled and silenced by his contemporaries, Lautensack attracted the interest of scholarly men who were frustrated by the narrow dogmatism of the late 16th century universities and therefore looked out for alternative, 'outsider' traditions ranging from Alchemy to Paracelsian science, the theological ideas attributed to Valentin Weigel or the wisdom of the supposed secret society of the Rosicrucians.

Keywords: Paul Lautensack; Valentin Weigel

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