The Hermeneutical Significance of the Law/Gospel Distinction For Luther, the distinction between Law and Gospel was of such a fundamental nature that the ability to draw the distinction between them determined whether or not one was a “theologian,” i.e., whether or not one was a Christian: Therefore whoever knows well how to distinguish the Gospel from the Law should give thanks to God and know that he is a real theologian.
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2 Samuel 12:7; Deuteronomy 29:2-4; Deuteronomy 30:1-5; Deuteronomy 8:2; Deuteronomy 9:6-7; Galatians 3:27-29; Galatians 5:16-17; Galatians 5:24-26; Jeremiah 17:9; Philippians 3:8-11; Philippians 1:25; Psalms 1:1-6; Psalms 119:12; Psalms 119:176; Psalms 119:18; Psalms 119:25-26; Psalms 119:29 ; Psalms 119:5-8; Psalms 19:11-13; Psalms 19:7; Romans 13:14; Romans 7:14-25; Romans 8:12-14; Romans 8:7-8; Isaiah 54:13;
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Philip Melanchthon, John Calvin, Martin Luther,
Seifrid, Mark, "Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth:An Introduction to the Distinction between Law and Gospel" (2006). Other Faculty Scholarship. 4.