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35. 14. Ibid. 24, 39. 15. Ibid. 57–8. 16. Ibid. 24–5. In Martens’ view, ‘the centre of the gospel’ is used in the same sense as the Lutheran principle ‘the centre of the scriptures’; cf. Gottfried Martens, Die Rechtfertigung des Sünders – Rettungshandeln Gottes oder historisches Interpretament? (Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1992), pp. 195–9. 17. L-RC 1972: 25. 18. The document refers to church teaching mainly as doctrine but also uses notions of dogma and confession (Bekenntnis) in reference to the temporal explications of the gospel.
55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. Agreeable Agreement Lutheran Reformed Relationships: Evaluations by North-American and European Theologians, ed. William G. Rusch and Daniel F. : Augsburg Fortress, 1989), p. 102.
Agreeable Agreement: An Examination of the Quest for Consensus in Ecumenical Dialogue (Ecclesiological Investigations) by Minna Hietamäki