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The pilgrim church : being some account of the continuance through succeeding centuries of churches practising the principles taught and exemplified in the New Testament

Author: E H Broadbent
Publisher: London : Pickering & Inglis, 1931.
Series: Evangelical heritage series.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E H Broadbent
OCLC Number: 6335101
Notes: "First impression, 1931"--Title page verso.
Description: xxiii, 421 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: I. Beginnings, 29-313 --
The New Testament suited to present conditions --
The Old Testament and the New --
The Church of Christ and the churches of God --
The Book of the Acts provides a pattern for present use --
Plan of this account of later events --
Pentecost and the formation of churches --
Synagogues --
Synagogues and churches --
Jewish Diaspora spreads the knowledge of God --
The earliest churches formed of Jews --
Jews reject Christ --
Jewish religion, Greek philosophy and Roman power oppose the churches --
Close of the Holy Scriptures --
Later writings --
Clement to the Corinthians --
Ignatius --
Last links with New Testament times --
Baptism and the Lord's Supper --
Growth of a clerical caste --
Origen --
Cyprian --
Novatian --
Different kinds of churches --
Montanists --
Marcionites --
Persistence of primitive churches --
Cathars --
Novatians --
Donatists --
Manichaeans --
Epistle to Diognetus --
The Roman Empire persecutes the church --
Constantine gives religious liberty --
The church overcomes the world II. Christianity in Christendom, 313-476, 300-850, 350-385 --
Church and state associated --
Churches refusing union with the state --
Donatists condemned --
Council of Nicaea --
Arianism restored --
Athanasius --
Creeds --
Canon of scripture --
The Roman world and the church --
Break-up of the Western Roman Empire --
Augustine --
Pelagius --
Change in the position of the church --
False doctrines: Manichaeism, Arianism, Pelagianism, Sacerdotalism --
Monasticism --
The scriptures remain for guidance --
Missions --
Departure from New Testament missionary principles --
Irish and Scottish missions on the Continent --
Conflict between British and Roman missions --
Priscillian III. Paulicians and Bogomils, 50-1473 --
Growth of clerical domination --
Persistence of primitive churches --
Their histories distorted by their enemies --
Early churches in Asia Minor --
Armenia --
Primitive churches in Asia Minor from apostolic times --
Unjustly described by their opponents as Manichaeans --
The names Paulician and Thonrak --
Continuity of New Testament churches --
Constantine Silvanus --
Simeon Titus --
Veneration of relics, and image worship --
Iconoclastic emperors --
John of Damascus --
Restoration of images in Greek church --
Council of Frankfurt --
Claudius Bishop of Turin --
Mohammedanism --
Sembat --
Sergius --
Leaders of the churches in Asia Minor --
Persecution under Theodora --
The Key of Truth --
Carbeas and Chrysocheir --
The scriptures and the Koran --
Character of the churches in Asia Minor --
Removal of believers from Asia to Europe --
Later history in Bulgaria --
Bogomils --
Basil --
Opinions regarding Paulicians and Bogomils --
Spread of Bogomils into Bosnia --
Kulin ban and Rome --
Intercourse of Bogomils with Christians abroad --
Bosnia invaded --
Advance of Mohammedans --
Persecution of Bogomils --
Bosnia taken by the Turks --
Friends of God in Bosnia a link between the Taurus and the Alps --
Bogomil tombs IV. The East, B.C. 4 --
A.D. 1400 --
The gospel in the East --
Syria and Persia --
Churches in Persian Empire separated from those in Roman Empire --
Eastern churches retained scriptural character longer than those in the west --
papa ben Aggai federates churches --
Zoroaster --
Persecution under Sapor II --
Homilies of Afrahat --
Synod of Seleucia --
Persecution renewed --
Nestorius --
The bazaar of Heraclides --
Toleration --
Influx of western bishops --
Increase of centralization --
Wide spread of Syrian churches in Asia --
Mohammedan invasion --
Catholikos moved from Seleucia to Bagdad --
Genghis Khan --
Struggle between Nestorianism and Islam in Central Asia --
Tamerlane --
Franciscans and Jesuits find Nestorians in Cathay --
Sixteenth century translation of part of the Bible into Chinese --
Disappearance of Nestorians from most of Asia --
Causes of failure V. Waldenses and Albigenses, 1100-1230, 70-1700, 1160-1318, 1100-1500 --
Pierre de Brueys --
Henri the Deacon --
Sectarian names refused --
The name Albigenses --
Visits of brethren from the Balkans --
The perfect --
Provence invaded --
Inquisition established --
Waldenses --
Leonists --
Names --
Tradition in the valleys --
Peter Waldo --
Poor men of Lyons --
Increase of missionary activity --
Francis of Assisi --
Orders of Friars --
Spread of the churches --
Doctrine and practices of the Brethren --
Waldensian valleys attacked --
Beghards and Beghines VI. Churches at the close of the Middle Ages, 1300-1500 --
Influence of the Brethren in other circles --
Marsiglio of Padua --
The Guilds --
Cathedral builders --
Protests of the cities and guilds --
Walther in Cologne --
Thomas Aquinas and Alvarus Pelagius --
Literature of the brethren destroyed --
Master Eckhart --
Tauler --
The "Nine Rocks" --
The Friend of God from the Oberland --
Renewal of persecution --
Strassburg document on persistence of the churches --
Bok in Tepl --
Old translation of German New Testament --
Fanaticism --
Capture of Constantinople --
Invention of printing --
Discoveries --
Printing Bibles --
Colet, Reuchlin --
Erasmus and the Greek New Testament --
Hope of peaceful Reformation --
Resistance of Rome --
Staupitz discovers Luther VII. Lollards, Hussites, the United Brethren, 1350-1670 --
Wycliff --
Peasant Revolt --
Persecution in England --
Sawtre, Badley, Cobham --
Reading the Bible forbidden --
Congregations --
Huss --
Zizka --
Tabor --
Hussite wars --
Utraquists --
Jakoubek --
Nikolaus --
Cheltschizki --
The Net of Faith --
Rokycana, Gregor, Kunwald --
Reichenau, Lhota --
United Brethren --
Lukas of Prague --
Newsof German Reformation reaches Bohemia --
John Augusta --
Smalkald war --
Persecution and emigration --
George Israel and Poland --
Return of brethren to Bohemia --
Bohemian charter --
Battle of the White Mountain --
Comenius VIII. The Reformation, 1500-1550 --
A catechism --
Brethren of the common life --
Luther --
Tetzel --
The ninety-five theses at Wittenberg --
The papal bull burnt --
Diet of Worms --
The Wartburg --
Translation of the Bible --
Efforts of Erasmus for compromise --
Development of the Lutheran Church --
Its reform and limitations --
Staupitz remonstrates --
Luther's choice between New Testament churches and National Church system --
Loyola and the Counter Reformation IX. The Anabaptist, 1516-1566 --
The name Anabaptist --
Not a new sect --
Rapid increase --
Legislation against them --
Balthazer Hubmayer --
Circle of brethren in Basle --
Activities and martyrdom of Hubmayer and his wife --
Hans Denck --
Balance of truth --
Parties --
M. Sattler --
Persecution increases --
Landgraf Philip of Hessen --
Protest of Odenbach --
Zwingli --
Persecution in Switzerland --
Grebel, Manz, Blaurock --
Kirschner --
Persecution in Austria --
Chronicles of the Anabaptists in Austria Hungary --
Ferocity of Ferdinand --
Huter --
Mandl and his companions --
Communities --
Munster --
The kingdom of the New Zion --
Distorted use of events in Munster to caluminiate the brethren --
Disciples of Christ treated as He was --
Menno Simon --
Pilgram Marbeck and his book --
Sectarianism --
Persecution in West Germany --
Hermann Archbishop of Cologne attempts reform --
Schwenckfeld X. France and Switzerland, 1500-1800 --
Le Fevre --
Group of believers in Paris --
Meaux --
Farel's preaching --
Metz --
Images destroyed --
Executions --
Increased persecution in France --
Farel in French Switzerland --
Neuchatel --
The Vaudois and the Reformers meet --
Visit of Farel and Saunier to the valleys --
Progress in Neuchatel --
Breaking of bread in the South of France --
Jean Calvin --
Breaking of bread in Poitiers --
Evangelists sent out --
Froment in Geneva --
Breaking of bread outside Geneva --
Calvin in Geneva --
Socinianism --
Servetus --
Influence of Calvinism --
The Placards --
Sturm to Melanchthon --
Organization of churches in France --
The Huguenots --
Massacre of St. Bartholomew --
Edict of Nantes --
The Dragonnades --
Revocation of the Edict of Nantes --
Flight from France --
Prophets of the Cevennes --
War of the Camisards --
Churches of the desert reorganized --
Jacques Roger --
Antoine Court XI. English Nonconformists, 1525-1689 --
Tyndale --
Reading of scripture forbidden --
Church of England established --
Persecution in the reign of Mary --
Baptist and Independent churches --
Robert Browne --
Barrowe, Greenwood, Penry --
Dissenters persecuted in Elizabeth's reign --
Privye church in London --
Hooker's ecclesiastical polity --
Church of English exiles in Amsterdam --
Arminiius --
Emigration of brethren from England to Holland --
John Robinson --
The Pilgrim Fathers sail to America --
Different kinds of churches in England and Scotland --
Authorized Version of the Bible published --
Civil war --
Cromwell's new model army --
Religious liberty --
Missions --
George Fox --
Character of Friends' Movement --
Acts against Nonconformists --
Literature --
John Bunyan XII. Labadie, the Pietists, Zinzendorf, Philadelphia, 1635-1750 --
Labadie --
Forms a fellowship in the Roman Catholic Church --
Joins the Reformed Church --
Goes to Orange --
To Geneva --
Willem Teelinck --
Gisbert Voet --
van Lodensteyn --
Labadie goes to Holland --
Difference between Presbyterian and Independent ideals --
Reforms in the Middelburg church --
Conflict with synods of the Reformed church --
Conflict on rationalism --
Labadie condemns synods --
He is excluded fromthe Reformed Church --
A separate church formed in Middelburg --
The new church expelled from Middelburg --
It removes to Veere --
Then to Amsterdam --
Household church formed --
Anna Maria van Schurman --
Difference with Voet --
Household troubles --
Removal to Herford --
Labadie dies in Altona --
Removal of household to Wieuwerd --
Household broken up --
Effects of testimony --
Spener --
Pietists --
Franke --
Christian David --
Zinzendorf --
Herrnhut --
Dissensions --
Zinzendorf's statues accepted --
Revival --
Discovery of document in Zittau --
Determination to restore the Bohemian Church --
Question of relations with the Lutheran Church --
The negro Anthony --
Moravian Missions --
The mission in England --
Cennick --
Central control unsuited to expanding work --
Philadelphia societies --
Miguel de Molinos --
Madame Guyon --
Gottfried Arnold --
Wittgenstein --
The Marburg Bible --
The Berleburg Bible --
Philadelphia invitation --
Hochmann von Hochenau --
Tersteegen --
Jung Stilling --
Primitive and Reformed and other churches --
Various ways of return to scripture XIII. Methodist and missionary movements, 1638-1820 --
Condition of England in the 18th century --
Revivals in Wales --
Temporary schools --
Societies formed --
The Holy Club at Oxford --
Mrs. Wesley --
John and Charles Wesley sail to Georgia --
John Wesley returns and meets Peter Boehler --
Accepts Christ by faith --
Visits Herrnhut --
George Whitefield --
He preaches to the colliers at Kingswood --
John Wesley also begins preaching in the open air --
Lay preachers --
Strange manifestations --
Great revivals --
Charles Wesley's hymns --
Separation between Moravian and Methodist Societies --
Divergence in doctrine of Wesley and Whitefield --
Conference --
Separation of Methodist Societies from the Church of England --
Divisions --
General benefit from the movement --
Need of missionary work --
William Carey --
Andrew Fuller --
Formation of missionary societies --
Difference between mission stations and churches --
The brothers Haldane --
James Haldane preaches in Scotland --
Opposition of synods --
Large numbers hear the gospel --
A church formed in Edinburgh --
Liberty of ministry --
Question of baptism --
Robert Haldane visits Geneva --
Bible readings on Romans --
The Lord's Supper in Geneva --
A church formed XIV. The West, 1790-1890 --
Thomas Campbell --
A "Declaration of address" --
Alexander Campbell --
Church at Brush Run --
Baptism --
Sermon on the law --
Republican Methodists take the name "Christians" --
Baptists take the name "Christians" --
Barton Warren Stone --
Strange revival scenes --
The Springfield Presbytery formed and dissolved --
Church at Cane Ridge --
The Christian connection --
Separation of Reformers from Baptists --
Union of Christian connection and Reformers --
Nature of conversion --
Walter Scott --
Baptism for the remission of sins --
Testimony of Isaac Errett XV. Russia, 1788-1914, 850-1650, 1812-1930, 1823-1939, 1828-1939 --
Mennonite and Lutheran emigration to Russia --
Privileges change the character of the Mennonite churches --
Wust --
Revival --
Mennonite Brethren separate from Mennonite Church --
Revival of Mennonite Church --
Meetings among Russians forbidden --
Circulation of Russian scriptures allowed --
Bible translation --
Cyril Lucas --
Stundists --
Various avenues by which the gospel came into Russia --
Great increase of the churches --
Political events in Russia lead to increased persecution --
Exiles --
Instances of exile and of the influence of the New Testament --
Decree of the Holy Synod against Stundists --
Evangelical Christians and Baptists --
General disorder in Russia --
Edict of Toleration --
Increase of churches --
Toleration withdrawn --
Revolution --
Anarchy --
Rise of Bolshevik government --
Efforts to abolish religion --
Suffering and increase --
Communists persecute believers --
J. G. Oncken --
A Baptist church formed in Hamburg --
Persecution --
Tolerance --
Bible school --
Spread and division in Russia --
Gifts from America --
Nazarenes --
Rohlich --
Revival through his preaching --
Excluded from the church --
The Hungarian journeymen meet Frohlich --
Meetings in Budapest --
Spread of the Nazarenes --
Sufferings through refusal of military service --
Frohlich's teaching XVI. Groves, Muller, Chapman, 1825-1902 --
Churches formed in Dublin --
A. N. Groves --
Leaves with party for Bagdad --
Work begun --
Plague and flood --
Death of Mrs. Groves --
Arrival of helpers from England --
Colonel Cotton --
Removal of Groves to India --
Objects of his stay there --
To bring missionary work back to the New Testament pattern --
To reunite the people of God --
George Muller --
Henry Craik --
Church formed at Bethesda Chapel, Bristol, to carry out New Testament principles --
Muller's visit to Germany --
Institutions and orphanage carried on for the encouragement of faith in God --
Robert Chapman --
J. H. Evans --
Chapman's conversion --
His ministry in Barnstaple and travels --
Circles accepting the scriptures as their guide XVII. Questions of fellowship and of inspiration, 1830-1930 --
Meeting in Plymouth --
Conditions in French Switzerland --
Darby's visits --
Development of his system --
"The church in ruins" --
August Rochat --
Difference between Darby's teaching and that of brethren who took the New Testament as the pattern for the churches --
Change from Congregational to Catholic principle --
Spread of meetings --
Letter from Groves to Darby --
Suggestion of a central authority --
Darby and Newton --
Darby and the church at Bethesda, Bristol --
Darby excludes all who would not join him in excluding the church at Bethesda --
World-wide application of system of excluding churches --
Churches which did not accept the exclusive system --
Their influence in other circles --
Church on the New Testament pattern formed in many countries --
Rationalism --
Biblical criticism --
C. H. Spurgeon --
Increased circulation of the scriptures XVIII. Conclusions --
Can churches still follow New Testament teaching and example? --
Various answers --
Ritualistic churches --
Rationalism --
Reformers --
Mystics and others --
Evangelical revival --
Brethren who throughout all the centuries have made the New Testament their guide --
Spread of the gospel --
Foreign missions --
revival through return to the teachings of scripture --
Every Christian a missionary, each church a missionary society --
Difference between a church and a mission station --
Difference between an institution and a church --
Unity of the churches and spread of the gospel --
New Testament churches among all people on the same basis --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Evangelical heritage series.
Responsibility: E.H. Broadbent.

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   schema:description "XV. Russia, 1788-1914, 850-1650, 1812-1930, 1823-1939, 1828-1939 -- Mennonite and Lutheran emigration to Russia -- Privileges change the character of the Mennonite churches -- Wust -- Revival -- Mennonite Brethren separate from Mennonite Church -- Revival of Mennonite Church -- Meetings among Russians forbidden -- Circulation of Russian scriptures allowed -- Bible translation -- Cyril Lucas -- Stundists -- Various avenues by which the gospel came into Russia -- Great increase of the churches -- Political events in Russia lead to increased persecution -- Exiles -- Instances of exile and of the influence of the New Testament -- Decree of the Holy Synod against Stundists -- Evangelical Christians and Baptists -- General disorder in Russia -- Edict of Toleration -- Increase of churches -- Toleration withdrawn -- Revolution -- Anarchy -- Rise of Bolshevik government -- Efforts to abolish religion -- Suffering and increase -- Communists persecute believers -- J. G. Oncken -- A Baptist church formed in Hamburg -- Persecution -- Tolerance -- Bible school -- Spread and division in Russia -- Gifts from America -- Nazarenes -- Rohlich -- Revival through his preaching -- Excluded from the church -- The Hungarian journeymen meet Frohlich -- Meetings in Budapest -- Spread of the Nazarenes -- Sufferings through refusal of military service -- Frohlich's teaching"@en ;
   schema:description "VIII. The Reformation, 1500-1550 -- A catechism -- Brethren of the common life -- Luther -- Tetzel -- The ninety-five theses at Wittenberg -- The papal bull burnt -- Diet of Worms -- The Wartburg -- Translation of the Bible -- Efforts of Erasmus for compromise -- Development of the Lutheran Church -- Its reform and limitations -- Staupitz remonstrates -- Luther's choice between New Testament churches and National Church system -- Loyola and the Counter Reformation"@en ;
   schema:description "VI. Churches at the close of the Middle Ages, 1300-1500 -- Influence of the Brethren in other circles -- Marsiglio of Padua -- The Guilds -- Cathedral builders -- Protests of the cities and guilds -- Walther in Cologne -- Thomas Aquinas and Alvarus Pelagius -- Literature of the brethren destroyed -- Master Eckhart -- Tauler -- The "Nine Rocks" -- The Friend of God from the Oberland -- Renewal of persecution -- Strassburg document on persistence of the churches -- Bok in Tepl -- Old translation of German New Testament -- Fanaticism -- Capture of Constantinople -- Invention of printing -- Discoveries -- Printing Bibles -- Colet, Reuchlin -- Erasmus and the Greek New Testament -- Hope of peaceful Reformation -- Resistance of Rome -- Staupitz discovers Luther"@en ;
   schema:description "V. Waldenses and Albigenses, 1100-1230, 70-1700, 1160-1318, 1100-1500 -- Pierre de Brueys -- Henri the Deacon -- Sectarian names refused -- The name Albigenses -- Visits of brethren from the Balkans -- The perfect -- Provence invaded -- Inquisition established -- Waldenses -- Leonists -- Names -- Tradition in the valleys -- Peter Waldo -- Poor men of Lyons -- Increase of missionary activity -- Francis of Assisi -- Orders of Friars -- Spread of the churches -- Doctrine and practices of the Brethren -- Waldensian valleys attacked -- Beghards and Beghines"@en ;
   schema:description "III. Paulicians and Bogomils, 50-1473 -- Growth of clerical domination -- Persistence of primitive churches -- Their histories distorted by their enemies -- Early churches in Asia Minor -- Armenia -- Primitive churches in Asia Minor from apostolic times -- Unjustly described by their opponents as Manichaeans -- The names Paulician and Thonrak -- Continuity of New Testament churches -- Constantine Silvanus -- Simeon Titus -- Veneration of relics, and image worship -- Iconoclastic emperors -- John of Damascus -- Restoration of images in Greek church -- Council of Frankfurt -- Claudius Bishop of Turin -- Mohammedanism -- Sembat -- Sergius -- Leaders of the churches in Asia Minor -- Persecution under Theodora -- The Key of Truth -- Carbeas and Chrysocheir -- The scriptures and the Koran -- Character of the churches in Asia Minor -- Removal of believers from Asia to Europe -- Later history in Bulgaria -- Bogomils -- Basil -- Opinions regarding Paulicians and Bogomils -- Spread of Bogomils into Bosnia -- Kulin ban and Rome -- Intercourse of Bogomils with Christians abroad -- Bosnia invaded -- Advance of Mohammedans -- Persecution of Bogomils -- Bosnia taken by the Turks -- Friends of God in Bosnia a link between the Taurus and the Alps -- Bogomil tombs"@en ;
   schema:description "XI. English Nonconformists, 1525-1689 -- Tyndale -- Reading of scripture forbidden -- Church of England established -- Persecution in the reign of Mary -- Baptist and Independent churches -- Robert Browne -- Barrowe, Greenwood, Penry -- Dissenters persecuted in Elizabeth's reign -- Privye church in London -- Hooker's ecclesiastical polity -- Church of English exiles in Amsterdam -- Arminiius -- Emigration of brethren from England to Holland -- John Robinson -- The Pilgrim Fathers sail to America -- Different kinds of churches in England and Scotland -- Authorized Version of the Bible published -- Civil war -- Cromwell's new model army -- Religious liberty -- Missions -- George Fox -- Character of Friends' Movement -- Acts against Nonconformists -- Literature -- John Bunyan"@en ;
   schema:description "X. France and Switzerland, 1500-1800 -- Le Fevre -- Group of believers in Paris -- Meaux -- Farel's preaching -- Metz -- Images destroyed -- Executions -- Increased persecution in France -- Farel in French Switzerland -- Neuchatel -- The Vaudois and the Reformers meet -- Visit of Farel and Saunier to the valleys -- Progress in Neuchatel -- Breaking of bread in the South of France -- Jean Calvin -- Breaking of bread in Poitiers -- Evangelists sent out -- Froment in Geneva -- Breaking of bread outside Geneva -- Calvin in Geneva -- Socinianism -- Servetus -- Influence of Calvinism -- The Placards -- Sturm to Melanchthon -- Organization of churches in France -- The Huguenots -- Massacre of St. Bartholomew -- Edict of Nantes -- The Dragonnades -- Revocation of the Edict of Nantes -- Flight from France -- Prophets of the Cevennes -- War of the Camisards -- Churches of the desert reorganized -- Jacques Roger -- Antoine Court"@en ;
   schema:description "XVI. Groves, Muller, Chapman, 1825-1902 -- Churches formed in Dublin -- A. N. Groves -- Leaves with party for Bagdad -- Work begun -- Plague and flood -- Death of Mrs. Groves -- Arrival of helpers from England -- Colonel Cotton -- Removal of Groves to India -- Objects of his stay there -- To bring missionary work back to the New Testament pattern -- To reunite the people of God -- George Muller -- Henry Craik -- Church formed at Bethesda Chapel, Bristol, to carry out New Testament principles -- Muller's visit to Germany -- Institutions and orphanage carried on for the encouragement of faith in God -- Robert Chapman -- J. H. Evans -- Chapman's conversion -- His ministry in Barnstaple and travels -- Circles accepting the scriptures as their guide"@en ;
   schema:description "VII. Lollards, Hussites, the United Brethren, 1350-1670 -- Wycliff -- Peasant Revolt -- Persecution in England -- Sawtre, Badley, Cobham -- Reading the Bible forbidden -- Congregations -- Huss -- Zizka -- Tabor -- Hussite wars -- Utraquists -- Jakoubek -- Nikolaus -- Cheltschizki -- The Net of Faith -- Rokycana, Gregor, Kunwald -- Reichenau, Lhota -- United Brethren -- Lukas of Prague -- Newsof German Reformation reaches Bohemia -- John Augusta -- Smalkald war -- Persecution and emigration -- George Israel and Poland -- Return of brethren to Bohemia -- Bohemian charter -- Battle of the White Mountain -- Comenius"@en ;
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   schema:description "II. Christianity in Christendom, 313-476, 300-850, 350-385 -- Church and state associated -- Churches refusing union with the state -- Donatists condemned -- Council of Nicaea -- Arianism restored -- Athanasius -- Creeds -- Canon of scripture -- The Roman world and the church -- Break-up of the Western Roman Empire -- Augustine -- Pelagius -- Change in the position of the church -- False doctrines: Manichaeism, Arianism, Pelagianism, Sacerdotalism -- Monasticism -- The scriptures remain for guidance -- Missions -- Departure from New Testament missionary principles -- Irish and Scottish missions on the Continent -- Conflict between British and Roman missions -- Priscillian"@en ;
   schema:description "IX. The Anabaptist, 1516-1566 -- The name Anabaptist -- Not a new sect -- Rapid increase -- Legislation against them -- Balthazer Hubmayer -- Circle of brethren in Basle -- Activities and martyrdom of Hubmayer and his wife -- Hans Denck -- Balance of truth -- Parties -- M. Sattler -- Persecution increases -- Landgraf Philip of Hessen -- Protest of Odenbach -- Zwingli -- Persecution in Switzerland -- Grebel, Manz, Blaurock -- Kirschner -- Persecution in Austria -- Chronicles of the Anabaptists in Austria Hungary -- Ferocity of Ferdinand -- Huter -- Mandl and his companions -- Communities -- Munster -- The kingdom of the New Zion -- Distorted use of events in Munster to caluminiate the brethren -- Disciples of Christ treated as He was -- Menno Simon -- Pilgram Marbeck and his book -- Sectarianism -- Persecution in West Germany -- Hermann Archbishop of Cologne attempts reform -- Schwenckfeld"@en ;
   schema:description "XII. Labadie, the Pietists, Zinzendorf, Philadelphia, 1635-1750 -- Labadie -- Forms a fellowship in the Roman Catholic Church -- Joins the Reformed Church -- Goes to Orange -- To Geneva -- Willem Teelinck -- Gisbert Voet -- van Lodensteyn -- Labadie goes to Holland -- Difference between Presbyterian and Independent ideals -- Reforms in the Middelburg church -- Conflict with synods of the Reformed church -- Conflict on rationalism -- Labadie condemns synods -- He is excluded fromthe Reformed Church -- A separate church formed in Middelburg -- The new church expelled from Middelburg -- It removes to Veere -- Then to Amsterdam -- Household church formed -- Anna Maria van Schurman -- Difference with Voet -- Household troubles -- Removal to Herford -- Labadie dies in Altona -- Removal of household to Wieuwerd -- Household broken up -- Effects of testimony -- Spener -- Pietists -- Franke -- Christian David -- Zinzendorf -- Herrnhut -- Dissensions -- Zinzendorf's statues accepted -- Revival -- Discovery of document in Zittau -- Determination to restore the Bohemian Church -- Question of relations with the Lutheran Church -- The negro Anthony -- Moravian Missions -- The mission in England -- Cennick -- Central control unsuited to expanding work -- Philadelphia societies -- Miguel de Molinos -- Madame Guyon -- Gottfried Arnold -- Wittgenstein -- The Marburg Bible -- The Berleburg Bible -- Philadelphia invitation -- Hochmann von Hochenau -- Tersteegen -- Jung Stilling -- Primitive and Reformed and other churches -- Various ways of return to scripture"@en ;
   schema:description "I. Beginnings, 29-313 -- The New Testament suited to present conditions -- The Old Testament and the New -- The Church of Christ and the churches of God -- The Book of the Acts provides a pattern for present use -- Plan of this account of later events -- Pentecost and the formation of churches -- Synagogues -- Synagogues and churches -- Jewish Diaspora spreads the knowledge of God -- The earliest churches formed of Jews -- Jews reject Christ -- Jewish religion, Greek philosophy and Roman power oppose the churches -- Close of the Holy Scriptures -- Later writings -- Clement to the Corinthians -- Ignatius -- Last links with New Testament times -- Baptism and the Lord's Supper -- Growth of a clerical caste -- Origen -- Cyprian -- Novatian -- Different kinds of churches -- Montanists -- Marcionites -- Persistence of primitive churches -- Cathars -- Novatians -- Donatists -- Manichaeans -- Epistle to Diognetus -- The Roman Empire persecutes the church -- Constantine gives religious liberty -- The church overcomes the world"@en ;
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