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Martin Luther (1483—1546) German Protestant theologian

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(Lat., ubique, ‘everywhere’).

The claim, in general, that God is present to all events and circumstances, i.e. is omnipresent. In Luther, ubiquity is the presence of Christ to each enactment of the Lord's Supper.


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