Halle pietists in England Anthony William Boehm and the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge by Daniel L. Brunner

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Published by Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht in Göttingen .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Halle an der Saale (Germany)

Subjects:

  • Böhm, Anton Wilhelm, 1673-1722.,
  • Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain),
  • Pietists.,
  • Pietism.,
  • Halle an der Saale (Germany) -- Intellectual life.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-266) and index.

Book details

Statementvon Daniel L. Brunner.
SeriesArbeiten zur Geschichte des Pietismus ;, Bd. 29
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX5013.S6 B78 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination271 p. :
Number of Pages271
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1136393M
ISBN 103525558139
LC Control Number94103718
OCLC/WorldCa29691372

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Foremost among them was Johann Arndt (–), whose devotional writings were extremely popular in the 17th century. Arndt’s major work, The Four Books of True Christianity ( Buy Halle Pietists in England: Anthony William Boehm and the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Arbeiten zur Geschichte des Pietismus) by Daniel L.

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that Halle Pietists were interested in religious and sociopolitical developments in England. London is regarded as the aim of an image policy initiated by Halle, to which the Charity School Movement in England responded and acted as a focal point and competing model for August Hermann Francke’s Glauchasche Anstalten (Glaucha Insti‐ tutes).

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Unlike the Halle Pietists, who called for penitential remorse, Zinzendorf’s followers preached that. PIETISM. Like the Enlightenment, Pietism has produced an extremely diverse body of historical scholarship, with opinions ranging from a denial of its existence to precise nationally, geographically, or chronologically defined variants, as well as views that see Pietism essentially as identical with the history of modern divergent opinion has led to the introduction of.

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Brunner. Aiding this effort was Francke’s ambassador in England, Anton Wilhelm Böhme (also introduced, by Peter James Yoder, in the “Germans” post earlier in this series), who cultivated a connection between the Danish-Halle mission and the Anglican Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK) and translated and published Ziegenbalg’s letters.

This collection explores different approaches to contextualizing and conceptualizing the history of Pietism, particularly Pietistic groups who migrated from central Europe to the British colonies in North America during the long eighteenth century.

Emerging in German speaking lands during the seventeenth century, Pietism was closely related to Puritanism, sharing similar evangelical and.

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Chapter Five. “Wir Halenser”: The Understanding Of Insiders And Outsiders Among Halle Pietists In Prussia Under King Frederick William I (–) in Pietism and Community in Europe and North America,   The Halle Pietists, for example, deployed mathematics and the study of nature to instill higher forms of "affective or emotional intelligence" ().

In this effort, Whitmer finds that locally instantiated scientific practices operated as part of a broad trend to fill "a much larger need in central Europe for semipublic venues to hone and. The University of Halle, opened inbecame the center of Pietism as represented by A.

Francke. Rejecting church ritualism, the Pietists called for a deepening of faith, attributed special importance to the inner emotional experiences of the believer and to prayer that is conducive to religious feeling, and urged moral self-improvement.

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The Halle Orphanage as Scientific Community: Observation, Eclecticism, and Pietism in the Early Enlightenment (University of Chicago Press, ) understands this orphanage as.

The number of hymn-writers among the Pietists is thus very large: among the principal of the older school are Lange; Winkler and Schade, two of Spener's curates in Berlin; the Freiherr von Canitz, one of his carliest noble converts, and an author of merit in general literature; Richter, the physician of the Orphan-house at Halle; and Laurentius Laurenti, precentor of the cathedral at Bremen.

Slavery, Mission, and the Perils of Providence in Eighteenth-Century Christianity: The Writings of Whitefield and the Halle Pietists - Volume 84 Issue 2 - Philippa Koch. The crucial individual linking the German Pietists of Halle to America’s New England Puritans—specifically, Cotton Mather—was Anton Wilhelm Böhm, the chaplain in Prince George’s Court.

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ascetic mystic, in his Four Books on the True Christianity (), exerted a profound influ- ence upon Spener. Arndt directed the atten- tion of Lutherans backwards to the devotional practice of the Middle Ages.

The most im- portant man in the Pietism of this period is Philip Jacob Spener. Spener and the Theology of Pietism. Download Citation | German Pietists between the Ancient Unity of Brethren and the Moravian Church: The Case of Württemberg Pastor Georg Konrad Rieger (–) and His History of the Bohemian.

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