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Overview of Medieval theologians writing about women

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Medieval theologians
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Overview

In the Middle Ages theology and Church Law were closely related. Some medieval theologians can also be found in the overview of Church Law.

See also the synopsis on how medieval theologians judged women.

Date Name/author description
1148 Paucapalea canon lawyer/
theologian
1148 Rolandus Bandinelli canon lawyer/
theologian
1159 Rufinus canon lawyer/
theologian
1181 Sicardus of Cremona canon lawyer/
theologian
1188 Hugucchio canon lawyer/
theologian
1215 Johannes Teutonicus canon lawyer/
theologian
1200 - 1280 St. ALBERT THE GREAT
on the ordination of women
on Mary’s equivalent priesthood
on Mary as sacrificial priest
on Mary as Apostle and Pastor
theologian
1225 - 1274 St. THOMAS AQUINAS
on woman’s lower status
on how women are born
on women's ordination
theologian
died 1248? Richard Fishacre
English & Latin
theologian
1217-1274 St. Bonaventure theologian
1250-? William of Rothwell
English & Latin
theologian
1253 Henricus de Sergusio canon lawyer/
theologian
1217-1293 Henry of Ghent
English & Latin
theologian
1256 - 1302 Gertrude of Helfta mystic
1290-? William of Rubio
English & Latin
theologian
13th century Richard of Middleton
Latin text
theologian
1266 - 1308 John Duns Scotus
Latin text
theologian
1320 Antonio Andreas
English & Latin
theologian
1285-1328 Francis of Meyronnis
English & Latin
theologian
1270 - 1334 Durandus a Saint-Pourçain
Latin text
theologian
1300 Guido de Baysio canon lawyer/
theologian
1338 Joannes Andreae canon lawyer/
theologian
1340 John of Bassolis
English & Latin
theologian
1277-1342 Peter de la Palude
English & Latin
theologian
c. 1275-1357 Thomas of Strasbourg
English & Latin
theologian
1408 Antonius de Butrio canon lawyer/
theologian
c. 1370-1430 Thomas Netter of Walden
English & Latin
theologian
1402-1471 Dennis the Carthusian
English & Latin
theologian
1486 H.Kramer and J.Sprenger ‘The Hammer of Witches’
1558 John Knox Calvinist theologian
1616 Cornelius a Lapide
Latin text
Scripture scholar
     

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