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This article reviewed claims made by modern scholars Ford Lewis Battles and G.H.Williams, as well as charges made by Melanchthon, against Andreas Karlstadt (1486–1541) in regard to the imposition of Mosaic Law upon the civil realm. Melanchthon called Karlstadt 'insane' based on this charge, whilst Battles claims Karlstadt proposed to replace European civil law completely with the 'entire Mosaic code'. This study examined some of Karlstadt's writings in regard to images, the pace of reforms indoi:10.4102/hts.v68i1.1252 fatcat:wwkwhf4thfgm7l64napmfhydeq