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Argula von Grumbach : a woman's voice in the Reformation

"In 1523, in one of the most daring and remarkable events in the history of the Reformation, a woman challenged the Catholic establishment to a public debate. The issue was the persecution of a young Lutheran student in Ingolstadt." "Her writings on this and many other topics were widely circulated: her first publication alone went through sixteen editions. She addressed the Catholic theologians of Ingolstadt, the Dukes of Bavaria and the Councils of Ingolstadt and Regensburg. She also met with and conducted an extensive correspondence with Luther, Osiander, and many of the leading reformers."--Jacket
Print Book, English, 1995
T & T Clark, Edinburgh, 1995
Controversial literature
ix, 213 pages ; 23 cm
9780567097071, 0567097072
To the university of Ingolstadt
To Duke Wilhelm
To the council of Ingolstadt
To Johann of Simmern
To Frederick the wise
To Adam von Thering
To the people of Regensburg
'Johannes of Lanzhut': Attack and Response