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Sul frontespizio: "From the second edition of Lex charitatis. Eine juristiche Untersuchung über das Recht in der Theologie Martin Luthers."
Preface / by Martin Heckel -- From Martin Heckel's preface of the second German edition of Lex charitatis, 1973 -- Introduction -- Which concept 'law' did Martin Luther affirm? -- The present interpretation of Luther's idea of law in the context of its theological origin and of the main stages of its development -- The problem -- The present situation in research -- The new formulation of the problem -- The theological origin of Luther's doctrine of law and the development of Luther's doctrine of law -- The sovereignty of the divine law -- The development of Luther's doctrine of law -- The basic features of Luther's doctrine of law -- The basis of Luther's doctrine of law : the doctrine of the two kingdoms -- The origin of Luther's doctrine of the two kingdoms -- The kingdom of the world -- The kindom of Christ -- The kingdom of God at the right of God and the kingdom of God at the left of God -- Luther's doctrine of law -- The connection of the doctrine of the kingdoms with the doctrine of law -- The divine law in the status of the incorrupt nature -- The divine natural law -- The divine positive law -- Human law in the status of the corrupt nature during the age of unwritten law -- The substantive secular natural law -- The institutional secular natural law -- Written law -- The law of Christ -- The existence of the Christian in the legal structures of this world -- The Christian as a member of the church in the world -- The Christian in the estate of marriage -- The Christian in the politia -- The spiritual basis of the Christian's freedom in the politia -- The Christian as a legal associate in the politia -- The Christian as a subject in the politia -- The doctrine of the tyrant -- The Christian in the office of governmental authority -- Luther's doctrine of the "Christian body" especially in To the Christian nobility of the German nation -- Retrospect -- What happened to Luther's doctrine of law?