|Significance||Karlstadt (sometimes Carlstadt) was a close associate of Martin Luther who eventually moved away from Luther's theology to become a Radical Reformer. He believed that all images should be removed from churches and that Christians must exhibit moral growth or sanctification. His emphasis on a transformed life made him a forerunner of Pietism. He died of the plague on December 24, 1541.|
|Critiques by Karlstadt||
Karlstadt on Saints and Wittenberg Theologians
|Critiques of Karlstadt||
Luther on Melanchthon, Erasmus, Luther, and Karlstadt
|See also||Home | Index of People | Radical Reformation | Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt Chronology | Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt Links | Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt Theologies | Andreas von Bodenstein Karlstadt Album|
© 2004 Mark Gstohl, PhD.