(Deutsche Theologie; Theologia deutsch). Book written ca. the end of the 14th or beginning of the 15th c. and containing a summary of fundamentals of Christian religion, a noble booklet of the right understanding concerning Adam and Christ, and how Adam should die and Christ arise in us, as Luther puts it, who pub. the tract as a fragment 1516 and in complete form 1518. It is a product of Ger. mysticism.* Its unknown author, apparently active at Frankfurt, is often referred to as the Frankfurter (or Frankforter).
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