Womanhood in Radical Protestantism, 1525-1675
|Author: ||Irwin, Joyce|
The status of women among the early Anabaptists, the Spiritualists, including Quakers, and radical Puritans.
"In this collection of radical Protestant writings on women, Joyce Irwin has succeeded in her attempt to provide women's studies courses with material which focuses on a limited aspect of one historical period." _ Journal of the American Academy of Religion
". . . opens new vistas to historians, especially those interested in the radical reformation and in the place of women in the church." _ TSF Bulletin