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- n. A follower of Andreas Osiander, a Lutheran theologian (1498-1552), who held that justification by faith involved the imparting to the believer of the essential righteousness of Christ.
- Of or pertaining to the doctrine of Andreas Osiander, a German theologian of the Reformation and a disciple of Luther. He agreed fundamentally with his master, but propounded a mystical doctrine of justification by faith, claiming that it is not an imputation but an infusion of the divine righteousness.
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