Women of the Protestant Reformation Women of the Protestant Reformation

Women of the Protestant Reformation

Kristina Dronsch and Others
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Publisher Description

The Protestant Reformation of the early 16th century in Europe divided the church and gave rise to several reformation movements. As such, it was characterised by universally famous men such as Martin Luther, Huldrych Zwingli or John Calvin, but many women were also quite instrumental in advancing the Protestant cause – as powerful supporters, committed helpers, resolute authors and passionate advocates in a time of great social, political and religious upheaval. Katharina Zell-Schütz – Argula von Grumbach – Wibrandis Rosenblatt – Elisabeth Cruciger – Olympia Fulvia Morata – Elisabeth von Braunschweiz-Calenberg-Göttingen –Katharina von Bora – Idelette de Bure – Elisabeth von Rochlitz – Marie Dentière – Hille Feicken – Margarete Blarer. Twelve portraits, narrated by Pamela Hunter and Trevor J. Rolling

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
NARRATOR
PH
Pamela Hunter
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
01:44
hr min
RELEASED
2017
April 29
PUBLISHER
Dornbusch Medien AG
SIZE
97.7
MB