4 edition of Continental pietism and early American Christianity found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
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The Revolt started by the unplanned second and was defeated in 1620 in the near Prague. The nineteenth-century Romantic interest in desire and affection, instead of the cognitive apprehension and mastery of knowledge advocated in the Enlightenment, continues to have a big influence on Post-modern pragmatism in America e.
" In 1675, five years after beginning this experiment, he published his Pia Desideria 1675where he outlined a program for the development of piety. Christian Churches of Continental pietism and early American Christianity Origins and Beliefs. The Pietists themselves generally believed and often asserted that their movement was an extension of or second phase of the Reformation.
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the Moravian Messenger, periodical of the British Province•
Bishops are elected by Provincial Synods usually through ecclesiastical ballot without nomination.
Pietism in Germany and North America 1680-1820.
Pietists also believed that the would be preceded by revivals that would restore the true church and lead to the conversion of peoples around the world.