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G writings Another strong woman in Reformation history. G letters of consolation devotional writings biblical meditations catechetical instructions a sermon and lengthy polemical xchanges with male theologians The complete translations of her xtant publications xcept for Her Longest Are Collected Here In Church Mother Offering complete translations of her xtant publications xcept for Her Longest Are Collected Here In Church Mother Offering longest are collected here in Church Mother offering modern a rare opportunity to understand the important work of women in the formation of the arly Protestant chur. An awesome read on a pastor s wife who was heavily in. Imbued with character and independence strength and articulateness humor and conviction abundant biblical knowledge and intense compassion Katharina Schütz Zell 1498–1562 was an outspoken religious reformer in sixteenth century Germany who campaigned for the

Right Of Clergy To 
of clergy to and the responsibility of lay people women as well as men to proclaim the gospel as one of the first and most. As one of the first and most. proclaim the Gospel As one of the first and most. Volved in Reformation activities Includes her survivin. Daring models of the pastor’s wife in The Protestant Reformation Schütz Zell Protestant Reformation Schütz Zell that she could be an ual partner in marriage; she was for many years a respected if unofficial mother of the stablished church of Strasbourg in an
Age When Ecclesiastical Leadership 
when cclesiastical leadership dominated by men Though a commoner Schütz Zell participated actively in public life and wrote prolifically includin.

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