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A Lutheran plague: murdering to die in the…

A Lutheran plague: murdering to die in the eighteenth century

by Tyge Krogh

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Suicide murders - i.e., killings in order to be executed - were alarmingly frequent in eighteenth-century Lutheran Europe. The book traces the murderers motives - an investigation that leads to the Pietist care for death convicts, into central elements of Lutheran soteriology and to the idea of capital punishment as being divinely ordained. - At dr�be nogen alene for at blive henrettet!. S�adanne mord var alarmerende hyppige i 1700-tallets lutherske Europa. Bogen eftersporer mordernes motiver - en unders�gelse der f�rer til den pietistiske omsorg for d�dsd�mte, til centrale dele af den luthers.… (more)

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