The role played by women - The role played by protestant women in society from the XVIth to the XIXth centuriesCurrently undergoing translation
1 / 2
From the very beginning, women took advantage of the new ideas spread by the Reform movement to rethink their role within the family, the Church and society. Indeed, it was because of this movement that they were able to have access to education, which was most unusual at this time - most women were illiterate. And the fact that they were educated meant that they could take on more and more responsibility in the Church.
The role played by protestant women in society from the XVIth to the XIXth centuries