Incurvatus in se

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Incurvatus in se is Latin for "curved inward on oneself." The concept was developed by Saint Augustine of Hippo and expanded by Martin Luther.[1] It refers to the mindset of focusing on oneself rather than focusing outwardly on God and the church community. People who are incurvatus in se consequently have no hesitation to sin.


References

  1. The Gravity of Sin: Augustine, Luther, and Barth on Homo Incurvatus in Se book review by Jason T. Ingalls (July 23, 2008) Princeton Seminary Library, retrieved September 9, 2011
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