Moravian Curch and the missionary awakening in England, 1760-1800 by J. C. S. Mason

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Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Moravian Church -- Missions. -- History -- 18th century.,
  • Moravian Church -- England. -- History -- 18th century.,
  • Missions, English -- History -- 18th century.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.

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StatementJ.C.S. Mason.
SeriesRoyal Historical Society studies in history
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBV2560 .M37 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 229 p.
Number of Pages229
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18342948M
ISBN 10086193251X
LC Control Number2001035335

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The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England: – By John C. Mason. A Royal Historical Society publication. Studies in History, New Series. Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell,xvi + pp.

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The Moravian Mission began with a visitation of the Holy Spirit on August 13th It sparked a 24/7 prayer meeting that lasted or a hundred years and was responsible for sending more that half of the Protestant overseas missionary of the eighteenth century. As no study of missions could be complete without a reference.

Oxfam Bookshop Victoria The Moravian Church became widely known and respected for its "missions to the heathen", achieving a high reputation among the pious and with government.

This study looks at its connections with evangelical networks, and its indirect role in the great debate on the slave trade, as well as the operations of Moravian missionaries in the field. The Moravians' decision, in.

With origins dating back tothe Moravian Church seeks to continue the work of Jesus Christ, our Chief Elder, by living out our faith and taking it to all people the world over.

In the British Province we do this though fellowship, education, ecumenism and mission. Moravian Leader, Count Zinzendorf. Willingness in a Day of God’s Power We have seen how radical the Moravian movement was in terms of their willingness to go to far off places and faithfully serve people with the gospel.

This came about, by their own admission, as a result of the move of the Holy Spirit amongst them in What is remarkable is that there were Moravian mission stations before William Carey, (who we now call ‘the father of modern missions’) was born.

He began his life in and set sail as a pioneer missionary to India inafter the Moravians had seeded the world with the gospel. "the moravian church and the missionary awakening in england woodbridge: royal historical society XV, p. (royal historical society.

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Mason, The Moravian Church and the missionary awakening in England, (Rochester: Royal Historical Society/Boydell, ). The Moravian Church, formally called the Unitas Fratrum (Latin for "Unity of the Brethren"), known in German as the [Herrnhuter] Brüdergemeine [sic] ('Unity of Brethren [of Herrnhut]', after the place of the Church's renewal in the 18th century), is one of the oldest Protestant denominations in the world, dating back to the Bohemian Reformation of the 15th century and the Unity of the.

Moravian church, Protestant church founded in the 18th century but tracing its origin to the Unitas Fratrum (“Unity of Brethren”) of the 15th-century Hussite movement in Bohemia and Moravia.

Although suppressed during the Counter-Reformation and proscribed by the Peace of Westphalia (), the. Williams, Charles, The Missionary Gazetteer, Comprising A Geographical and Statistical Account of Various Stations of the Church, London, Moravian, Wesleyan, Baptist, and American Missionary Societies, &c, with their Progress in Evangelization and Civilization (London: Frederick Westley and.

La Trobe, The Moravian missions: a galnce at years of unbroken missionary labours, London: G. Norman and sons, printers, (). Mason, The Moravian Church and the missionary awakening in England, (Rochester: Royal Historical Society/Boydell, ).

The worldwide influence of the 18th century Moravian missionaries was extraordinary. One notable example is the impact they had on John Wesley, leading directly to his conversion experience.

The Moravian Church and the Missionary Awakening in England, (). This book, which is based on my Oxford thesis 'The Role of the Moravian Church in England: ', aspires to be a work of history, rather than of theology or an Anglican (of Cornish Methodist upbringing), I am an outsider, albeit a sympathetic one, to the tradition it studies.

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History. The Moravian Church (Unitas Fratrum) came to England in the early eighteenth century and was recognised by Act of Parliament (Acta Fratrum ) as an ancient Protestant Episcopal Church descended from the Bohemian Brethren of the fifteenth the leadership of Nicolaus Ludwig, Count von Zinzendorf, who in addition to being a German nobleman was a Bishop of the Moravian.

The Awakening in the American colonies (generally called the first Great Awakening) was absorbed by the existing churches. In England, it led to the formation of the Wesleyan Connexion, led for many years by the long-lived John Wesley, and to several Calvinist Methodist churches overseen by Whitefield and now part of the United Reformed Church in the United Kingdom.

Church House is the Headquarters of the Moravian Church in the British Province and is located in London at: Moravian Church House, 5 Muswell Hill.

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Law, Venice and the Veneto in the Early Renaissance Stanley Chojnacki, Women and Men in Renaissance Venice: Twelve Essays. The Moravian Church became widely known and respected for its 'missions to the heathen', achieving a high reputation among the pious and with government.

This study looks at its connections with evangelical networks, and its indirect role in the great debate on the slave trade, as well as the operations. Jensz, Felicity, 'Overcoming Objections to Print. The Moravian "Periodical Accounts" and the Pressure of Publishing in Eighteenth Century Britain', Journal of Moravian History, 15 (), 1– Mason, J.

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The effects of the great Evangelical Revival in eighteenth-century England were felt throughout the world, not least in America. It has long been accepted that the Revival owed much of its initial impetus to the Moravian Church, but previous accounts of the Moravians' role have been inadequate and overly dependent on Wesleyan sources.

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Oxford Historical Monographs. Oxford: Clarendon Press, xv + pp. $ (cloth). This precise and groundbreaking study will be of interest to readers of this journal as much for what it does not tell about the Moravian Church .MORAVIANS MORAVIANS. The Moravian church, as the Unitas Fratrum (Unity of Brethren) is popularly known, is a Protestant denomination with roots in the fifteenth-century Hussite reformation and the eighteenth-century German Pietist movement.

By the late nineteenth century, these influences had coalesced to give the denomination its contemporary form and character. Wesley corresponded with Zinzendorf, and the two met face-to-face in Germany and England. They used Latin, since that was a language they both knew well. Rüdiger Kröger, director of the Moravian Church’s archives, allowed the United Methodist visitors to hold some of these letters.

Wesley’s penmanship, he noted, was better than Zinzendorf.

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