Influential Women of the Reformation

By Justin Holcomb – Posted at Church History/Christianity.com:

Katharina-von-Bora-07All too often, the textbooks focus solely on the men of the Reformation—Luther, Calvin, Cranmer, and others—and fail to take notice of the faithful women who served among, beside, and with the Reformers.

These women were dedicated to the gospel of Jesus Christ, some to the point of martyrdom. Many of these women were well-educated, especially by the standard of their time. They read theology books, especially the Bible, and anything they could get their hands on from the reformers. Their inner circles of friends were part of long and frequent Bible studies. Most were wives and mothers. Some were also authors, apologists, ex-nuns, and queens. All were faithful servants of Jesus.

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Katherine von Bora was a former nun who married Martin Luther. They were married for 21 years and had six children…

Read more: http://reformedchristianheritage.wordpress.com/2014/07/24/influential-women-of-the-reformation/

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