Una lección de teología moderna: la "Vida Maravillosa de doña Marina de Escobar" (1665)

Abstract : The Vida Maravillosa de doña Marina de Escobar, composed by Luis de la Puente s.j. (1554 - 1624) with the accounts of visions and revelations of his spiritual daughter Marina de Escobar (1554 - 1633) from Valladolid (Castile), has been strongly criticised after its publication in 1665, in the years of the controversy about quietist spirituality. And yet this book, written in the context of the turning point of mystical theology in the beginning of the 17th century, offers to the reader the doctrine and the spirituality that were developed at this time in the Company of Jesus, in the appealing form of revelations received by a woman.
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Isabelle Poutrin. Una lección de teología moderna: la "Vida Maravillosa de doña Marina de Escobar" (1665). Historia social, 2007, Religiosidad femenina y sociabilidad barroca (57), pp.127-143. ⟨hal-01087592⟩

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