Witches

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Dorothy F

 

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December 22, 2011

 

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University

 

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They were also much more impressionable making them prime targets for "disembodied spirits" to influence them and cause wickedness (120). The spirits referred to are those of evil and without faith, and since women were more vulnerable they would be more likely to abandon faith and be inclined to follow the devil...
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Sprenger and Kramer state that a "wicked woman is by her nature quicker to waver in her faith, and consequently quicker to abjure the faith, which is the root of witchcraft" (121). This further shows how much more likely it would be for women to become witches since the naivety and impressionability of women is what would cause the quickness to waver and abjure faith...
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