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From the Publisher'This is the magisterial life of Katharina Schütz Zell that we who have been waiting for it were confident it would be. The author's mastery of the sources, meticulous attention to detail, and critical and intuitive if rapt scutiny of the extraordinary woman who is her subject inform every page.'
Susan C. Karant-Nunn, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 2001.
'This work provides an in-depth, scholarly, and eminently readable account of a laywoman who was one of the best-known women advocates of the Reformation in her own day.'
Karin Maag, Calvin Theological Journal.
'...zwei umfangreiche Bände über die Straßburger Laientheologin Katharina Zell (1498-1562) vorgelegt, die zu den bedeutendsten neueren Publikationen aus der Reformationsgeschichte gerechnet werden können.'.
Martin H. Jung, Blätter fur Württ. Kirchengeschichte, 2001.
'The appearance of these volumes is a cause for celebration among students of the Reformation; a gifted historian has turned her attention to the work of a significant but long-neglected reformer….by a thorough, readable presentation of Schütz Zell's biography and theology and in a brilliant edition of virtually the entire corpus of her extant writings, McKee has altered the parameters of Reformation studies.'
John L. Farthing, Religious Studies Review, 2001.