This collection brings together selections from Martin Luther's extensive writings on women, the vast majority of which are translated here into English for the first time. It includes chapters on Eve and the nature of women, the Virgin Mary, Biblical women, marriage, sexuality, childbirth, Luther's relations with his wife and other contemporary women, and witchcraft. Merry Wiesner-Hanks and Susan Karant-Nunn provide a general introduction to each chapter, and Luther's actual texts add fuel to the debate concerned with whether the Protestant Reformation was beneficial or detrimental to women.
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Martin Luther: The Preservation of the Church, 1532-1546 By Martin Brecht; James L. Schaaf Fortress Press, 1999
Martin Luther: His Road to Reformation, 1483-1521 By Martin Brecht; James L. Schaaf Fortress Press, 1993
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Martin Luther's Fragmented Body: Lutheranism in Astoria, Oregon By Welborn, C. Oregon Historical Quarterly, Vol. 112, No. 4, Winter 2011
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Martin Luther: Exploring His Life and Times, 1483-1546 By Edwards, Mark U., Jr. The Christian Century, Vol. 117, No. 9, March 15, 2000
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