Nådens nærhet i 1300-tallets dominikanske «søsterbøker»
Original versionNorsk Teologisk Tidsskrift. 2011, 2, 68-86
AbstractThe Dominican Sister-Books are collections of short vitae originating from the southern German Dominican women’s convents in the early 14th century. This article discusses pious ideals and religious endeavors in the Sister-Books, focusing mainly on their asceticism and mysticism and visionary piety, and in light of German church historian Berndt Hamm’s perspectives on patterns of pious behavior and ‘near grace’ in the late middle ages.
Norsk Teologisk Tidsskrift / 2011 / Nr 02 / s. 68-82. http://www.idunn.no/ts/ntt/2011/02/art05