A History of The Moravian Church - J. E. Hutton - ebook

A History of The Moravian Church - J. E. Hutton - ebook

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No library of revival histories could ignore the amazing effects of the Moravian Church over the past 500 years.

Once known as the Unity of Brethren, the Moravian Church originated in Bohemia among some of John Huss's followers. He broke with Rome in 1467. During the late fifteenth century, his followers in Moravia and Bohemia totalled close to a quarter of a million but suffered greatly from persecution. By the end of 1648, only a small number of Moravians survived.

In the early 1700's, another group of Moravians sought refuge and religious freedom on the estates of the Lutheran Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf and began a village known as Herrnhut, or "The Lord's Watch." Led by Zinzendorf, this dedicated band began a prayer and mission work which touched almost the entire world.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination. 504pp
Book Title A History of The Moravian Church - J. E. Hutton - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
No library of revival histories could ignore the amazing effects of the Moravian Church over the past 500 years.

Once known as the Unity of Brethren, the Moravian Church originated in Bohemia among some of John Huss's followers. He broke with Rome in 1467. During the late fifteenth century, his followers in Moravia and Bohemia totalled close to a quarter of a million but suffered greatly from persecution. By the end of 1648, only a small number of Moravians survived.

In the early 1700's, another group of Moravians sought refuge and religious freedom on the estates of the Lutheran Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf and began a village known as Herrnhut, or "The Lord's Watch." Led by Zinzendorf, this dedicated band began a prayer and mission work which touched almost the entire world.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination. 504pp

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