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The minister serves not to put Christ into the bread and wine but only to disclose his presence. Spirit and flesh are not separated in man. Both of them together constitute in him a whole, and this is w h y the physical may be employed as a means of communication with the divine. Music, images and the elements in the sacraments all have their place. Especially, the Word of God does not dispense with the external, nor communicate itself directly, but only through the Scriptures and the sacraments.

Furthermore the whole chorus of the saints believed in free will. You say: true, but they were men. But I am not comparing men with God, but men with men. I am asked what numbers have to do with the sense of the Spirit and I ask what have handfuls to do with it? You ask what the mitre has to do with the understanding of holy writ and I ask what have the sack and cowl to do with it? You ask how does the knowledge of philo­ sophy contribute to the knowledge of the sacred writing? And I reply, how does ignorance help?

Bender, ConradGrebel{i^6), 30 Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 {ur pp. 1 7 4 - 6 . The Bible in the Reformation salvation must necessarily be a way of enlightenment. For the Christian the end can never be identification with the cosmic intelli­ gence, but only with the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Yet God can be conceived in terms of intelligence and the way to him involves the overcoming not only of the corporeal but also of the erroneous. Yet this view did not lead on the part of Erasmus nor later of the writers of the eighteenth-century Enlightenment to the elaboration of an intricate and closely knit theological system like that of Aquinas or Calvin.

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