(common rationalism). Type of rationalism common in Ger. 180033; reduced religion to a system of morals based at the most on two or three religious principles; exponents included C. F. v. Ammon,* K. G. Bretschneider,* H. E. G. Paulus,* J. F. Röhr,* D. Schulz,* J. A. L. Wegscheider. See also Lutheran Theology After 1580, 9.
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