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Lay prophets in Lutheran Europe c. A full chronology and bibliography of all cases concludes the volume.

Beyer demonstrates that lay prophets were an accepted part of Lutheran culture and places them in their social, political and confessional contexts. Authors: Jennifer Spinks and Dagmar Eichberger.

This volume brings together some of the most exciting new scholarship on these themes, and thus pays tribute to the ground-breaking work of Charles Zika. Some contributions reassess communal and individual responses to cases of possession, others focus on witchcraft and manifestations of the disordered natural world.