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Johannes von Goch

(Johann Pupper; Capupper; ca. 1400–ca. 1475). B. Goch (Geldern), Lower Rhine; adherent of Brethren* of the Common Life; Augustinian in theol.; opposed Scholasticism; theol. convictions summarized: from God, through God, to God. Works include De libertate christiana; Dialogus de quatuor erroribus circa legem evangelicam exortis, et de votis et de religionibus facticiis.

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