Magazine articles • Issue 131 • Aug 15, 2019

No simple story

How women’s roles changed in the sixteenth century

Magazine articles • Issue 131 • Aug 15, 2019

She would follow only Christ

From pamphlet writing to pastoral counsel, Katharina Schütz Zell fought for her right to speak 

Magazine articles • Issue 131 • Aug 15, 2019

Dangerous pamphlets

Margarethe Prüss helped advance the radical Reformation through her publishing

Magazine articles • Issue 131 • Aug 15, 2019

“God my Lord is even stronger”

Exemplary women of the Reformation with confidence in their convictions

Current issue 131

Women of the Reformation

Discover the stories of lesser known women of the Reformation and how their desire to serve God changed Europe in this companion issue to our four-issue Reformation series. 

Today in History

Quote of the day

“I have received your letter, and with most melancholy anxiety was it expected, for the sad news reached us last night, but without any particulars. It...”

Austen-Leigh, William and Richard Arthur Austen-Leigh. Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters: a Family Record. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1913.


Sinful nature must be destroyed (1897)

The carnal mind is enmity against God—Romans 8:7 (KJV). The flesh is incurably bad. “It is not subject to th...