マルティン・ルターと死者の「死」(1)

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Title
マルティン・ルターと死者の「死」(1)
Title Alternative
Martin Luther and the Death of the Dead (1)
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Whereas in the European medieval societies the dead were present among the living (P. G. Geary), in the modern they are generally banished from this world. This paper aims to analyze the idea of the death of Martin Luther, one of the most important pioneers who tried to separate the dead from the living, especially in the controversy with the Catholic Church. On the eve of Reformation the living had interceded for the souls in purgatory through indulgence, private masses, vigils and so on. By 1521 Luther denied the intercession for the dead in purgatory, basing on the doctrine of justification by faith. As for purgatory, his attitude was complicated. Luther had two different views of purgatory, one as a place of postmortem purification, the other as a state of spiritual sorrow and temptation. Luther publicly rejected the postmortem purification in 1530, but continued to retain the idea of existential purgatory, which will be dealt in the sequel to this paper.

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著者 中谷 博幸
著者(ヨミ) ナカタニ ヒロユキ
著者(別表記) Nakatani H.
Publication Title
香川大学教育学部研究報告第Ⅰ部
Volume
123
Start Page
1
End Page
18
Publisher
香川大学教育学部
Published Date
20050329
ISSN
0454-9309
NCID
AN00038237
Resource Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Language
jpn
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香川大学
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