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Psalm 51:5, 7
These three breakthroughs - the understanding of God's righteousness, law and gospel, and repentance - are not noted here arbitrarily. While the present examination is concerned primarily with tracing Luther's changing theology of repentance, we can not do so as if this doctrine existed in isolation, standing and falling on its own. Any understanding of repentance, Luther's not excepted, is intimately entwined with one's understanding of God's righteousness and the gospel- and most importantly, how these meet in one's conception of the person and work of Christ.
Maas, Korey, "De Poenitentia et Evangelio Coming Together and Coming Clear in Luther's Theology" (1999). Master of Sacred Theology Seminar Papers. 6.
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