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A history of the German Baptist brethren in Europe and America.

Author: Martin Grove Brumbaugh
Publisher: Mount Morris, Ill. : Brethren Pub. House, 1899.
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Genre/Form: History
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Brumbaugh, Martin Grove, 1862-1930.
History of the German Baptist brethren in Europe and America.
Mount Morris, Ill. : Brethren Pub. House, 1899
(OCoLC)665222621
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Grove Brumbaugh
OCLC Number: 11422419
Description: xxii, 559 pages : including frontispiece, illustrations, plates, facsimiles ; 23 cm
Contents: Chapter I. Influences of dominating Germany at the opening at the eighteenth century --
Chapter II. The pietistic pathfinders --
Philip Jacob Spener --
August Hermann Francke --
Gottfried Arnold --
Jeremias Felbinger --
Ernst Christoph Hochman --
Chapter III. The mother congregation in Germany --
account of organization --
Chapter IV. Branches of the mother congregation in Germany --
Chapter V. --
A list of the members who joined the church in Europe --
Chapter VI. The leader in Germany --
Alexander Mack --
John Naas --
Christian Libe --
Stephen Koch --
Abraham Duboy --
John Henry Kalckglasser --
John Hildebrand --
Andreas Frey --
Other German pioneers --
Chapter VII. The Germantown congregation --
the poor book of the congregation --
deacons and deaconesses --
Chapter VIII. Some leaders in colonial America --
Peter Becker --
The second Alexander Mack --
the two Martin Urners --
Chapter IX. Colonial congregations --
the coventry congregation --
Great Swamp congregation --
Oley congregation --
Conestoga congregation --
Michael Frantz --
White Oak congregation --
Great Swatara congregation --
Little Swatara congregation --
Northkill congregation --
Codorus congregation --
Little Conewago congregation --
Conewago congregation --
Bermudian congregation --
Stony Creek congregation --
Chapter X. The two Christopher Sowers --
the elder Sower --
trails of early German emigrants --
the second Christopher Sower, elder of the brethren church --
hymn by Christopher Sower --
Chapter XII. Origin and early history of annual meeting --
the first synod --
the second synod --
the third synod --
where held before 1830 --
committees --
council meeting --
Chapter XIII. On the doctrine and growth of the church --
The Philadelphia church and the leder Peter Keyser --
elder George Miller --
churches in Maryland and the south --
early meetings in Baltimore --
Germantown love feasts --
cahinge in the Lord's supper --
Peter Leibert --
Two unknown volumes --
Catherine Hummer --
As others see us --
influence of emigration --
some pioneer events --
far western brethren --
Christopher Sower on going to law --
on war --
on changes in the ordinances --
the dress question --
the mode of baptism --
baptism in a tub --
a sad separation --
the Davidische Psalterspiel --
unwritten chapters --
on doctrine.
Responsibility: by Martin Grove Brumbaugh ...

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