5 edition of German Pietism during the eighteenth century. found in the catalog.
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|Statement||[By] F. Ernest Stoeffler.|
|Series||Studies in the history of religions; supplements to Numen,, 24, Studies in the history of religions ;, 24.|
|LC Classifications||BR1652.G3 S76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 282 p.|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||73176364|
Overview. Pietism, or the Pietist movement, saw its origin in Jan Hus, the pre-Reformation preacher in the modern day Czech Republic, in the s; more specifically, the movement originated in Germany in the seventeenth century within the Lutheran church with a group of Lutherans interested more in the working of the Spirit and a personal faith than the institutional type faith of the church. Originally appearing in the comprehensive study of the history of Pietism that appeared in the s, Schneider's research considers historical treatment of the major figures, movements, and ideas of the radical wing of German Pietism in the seventeenth and early eighteenth :
F. Ernest Stoeffler is Professor of Religion at Temple University, Philadelphia. He is the author of 'The Rise of Evangelical Pietism' and 'German Pietism during the Eighteenth Century'. Contributors: Donald F. Durnbaugh, Franklin H. Littell, Martin H. Schrag, F. Ernest Stoeffler, James Tanis, Theodore G. Tappert, and John R. : In an attempt to advance the Pietism-science debate beyond the level of conflicting interpretations of the secondary literature (see Becker , ; Merton ), I have used original sources, focusing on the larger intellectual context in which the German Pietist movement developed during the first half of the eighteenth century.
The Hohenzollern evinced a remarkable religious toleration for their time. Large numbers of Huguenots who were persecuted by Louis XIV, were admitted by the Great Elector after In the eighteenth century, Lutherans fleeing from persecution in Salzburg during the s, were given a refuge by Frederick William I. In Germany, the eighteenth century was the age of enlightenment, the age, that is, that called for the independence of reason. Although the ethos of this age found its clearest (and certainly its most famous) articulation towards the end of the century with Immanuel Kant and his critical philosophy, he was not the first to issue this call.
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German Pietism During the Eighteenth Century (Numen Book) [Stoeffler] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. German Pietism During the Eighteenth Century (Numen Book)Cited by: The Book of Concord (), which contained the Formula of Concord, the Augsburg Confession and other creeds, became the theological foundation of Lutheranism.
The establishment of a theological foundation for Lutheranism marked the beginning of Lutheran Orthodoxy, which lasted into the first quarter of the eighteenth century. The first survey of German Pietism in English in forty years, An Introduction to German Pietism provides a narrative interpretation of the movement as a whole.
The book's accessible tone and concise portrayal of an extensive and complex subject make it ideal for courses. GERMAN PIETISM DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY Download German Pietism During The Eighteenth Century ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to GERMAN PIETISM DURING THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY book pdf. Spener’s book contains four sections. The first provides an introduction and reason for writing. The first provides an introduction and reason for writing.
The second section, “Conspectus of Corrupt Conditions in the German Pietism during the eighteenth century. book addresses the moral decay among the civil authorities, clergy, and common people. German Pietism during the eighteenth century. [F Ernest Stoeffler] Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: F Ernest Stoeffler.
Zinzendorf and the rise of the renewed Moravian church -- Radical pietism -- German reformed pietism and prominent neo-pietists.\/span>\"@ en\/a>. German pietism during the eighteenth century. [F Ernest Stoffler] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: F Ernest Stoffler. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. The campaign to inculcate the new ideology of disciplined energetic obedience to the state authority derived its moral vision and institutional forms from Lutheran Pietism, a German version of ascetic Protestantism strongly influenced by English by: During the same period I attempted to generate interest in the study of Pietism in the English-speaking world through Rise of Evangelical Pietism (Leiden, ), German Pietism during the Eighteenth Century (Leiden, ), and Continental Pietism and Early American Christianity (Grand Rapids, Mich., ).
At the end of the s, the Moravians, a young and rapidly expanding radical-Pietist movement, experienced a crisis soon labeled the Sifting Time. As Moravian leaders attempted to lead the church away from the abuses of the crisis, they also tried to erase the memory of this controversial and embarrassing period.
Archival records were systematically destroyed, and official histories of the Author: Paul Peucker. "Preliminary Material" published on 01 Jan by Brill.
"German Pietism During the Eighteenth Century" published on 01 Jan by by: 1. The German territorial state in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries Reformed confessionalism and the reign of the Great Elector The nature of the pre Hohenzollern state Lutheran confessionalism Spenerian Pietism From Spener to Francke Halle Pietism I: ideology and indoctrination Halle Pietism II: growth.
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Yet, although no history of conversion narratives in Pietism can avoid dealing with Francke’s narrative—one of the most compelling from the early Pietist movement—it is unlikely that Francke’s experience was well known during his lifetime or indeed during much of the eighteenth century, and its current prominence in the historiography Author: Jonathan Strom.
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Pietism and the Making of Eighteenth-Century Prussia - by Richard L. Gawthrop October During the era before the Thirty Years’ War, none of the rulers of the Mark Brandenburg was able to counteract socioeconomic trends that in northeastern Germany and Poland worked against political centralization and thereby set this region apart.
Ernest Stoeffler is Professor of Religion at Temple University, Philadelphia. He is the author of 'The Rise of Evangelical Pietism' and 'German Pietism during the Eighteenth Century'. Contributors: Donald F. Durnbaugh, Franklin H. Littell, Martin H.
Schrag, F. Ernest Stoeffler, James Tanis, Theodore G. Tappert, and John R. by: 6. Pietism (, from the word piety) was a movement within Lutheranism that began in the late 17th century, reached its zenith in the midth century, and declined through the 19th century, and had almost vanished in America by the end of the 20th century.
While declining as an identifiable Lutheran group, some of its theological tenets influenced Protestantism and Anabaptism generally, inspiring. Protestantism - Protestantism - Pietism in the 17th century: The various streams of concern for renewal converged in the life and work of Philipp Jakob Spener (–).
Inafter earning his theological doctorate at Strasbourg, he was called to be superintendent of the clergy in Frankfurt am Main in the principality of Hesse, where he was soon distressed by the conspicuous. Book Description. 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.He is the author of 'The Rise of Evangelical Pietism' and 'German Pietism during the Eighteenth Century'.
Contributors: Donald F. Durnbaugh, Franklin H. Littell, Martin H. Schrag, F. Ernest Stoeffler, James Tanis, Theodore G. Tappert, and John R. : Start studying CWC 2 Quiz 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Search. Browse. Which of the following groups is a legacy of German Pietism? Moravians Methodists Holiness movement All of the above. The eighteenth-century Enlightenment was a decisive victory of reason over faith.