Revisiting Martin Luther’s Philosophy

Over the past several decades, scholars have begun giving due attention to Protestant scholasticism in the centuries following the Reformation. Such treatments have helpfully exposited both the methodology underlying many post-Reformation systematic works and the substantive theological systems that were developed using these methods. Indeed, many have argued that the Protestant scholastics were true theological and philosophical heirs of the earlier Reformers—despite differences in method—and, by extension, that these scholastics continue to have relevance for Protestants today.

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