Women and the Reformation

Women and the Reformation

English | 2008 | ISBN: 1405114223 | PDF | 272 Pages | 3.0 mb

Women and the Reformation gathers historical materials and personal accounts to provide a comprehensive and accessible look at the status and contributions of women as leaders in the 16th century Protestant world.
- Explores the new and expanded role as core participants in Christian life that women experienced during the Reformation
- Examines diverse individual stories from women of the times, ranging from biographical sketches of the ex-nun Katharina von Bora Luther and Queen Jeanne d'Albret, to the prophetess Ursula Jost and the learned Olimpia Fulvia Morata
- Brings together social history and theology to provide a groundbreaking volume on the theological effects that these women had on Christian life and spirituality



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