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This index presents a list of proper nouns, terms and concepts relevant to the discussion on Paul Lautensack and the Reformation. Lautensack quoted few core texts of the Reformation. In the German Bible with its prologues, the painter used different German editions, most of them following Luther's translation. Apparently, only one aspect of Reformation theology was of real importance to Lautensack, the principle of sola scriptura, the belief that all of Christianity had to be based on the word of the Bible, and that all other doctrine was nothing but human figments.

Keywords: Christianity; German Bible; Paul Lautensack; reformation theology



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