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Study & Research European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: Arts

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Iapproached the task of destroying images by first tearing them out of the heart through God's word and making them worthless and despised. This indeed took place before Dr. Karlstadt ever dreamed of destroying images. For when they are no longer in the heart, they can do no harm when seen with the eyes. But Dr. Karlstadt, who pays no attention to matters of the heart, has * reversed the order by removing them from sight and leaving them in the heart. . . .

Ihave allowed and not forbidden the outward removal of images, so long as this takes place without rioting and uproar and is done by the proper authorities. . . . And I say at the outset that according to the law of Moses no other images are forbidden than an image of. God which one worships. A crucifix, on the other hand, or any other holy...

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