Includes bibliographical references (p. vii-xix) and index.
|Statement||by Edmund de Schweinitz|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 693 p. :|
|Number of Pages||693|
Excerpt from A History of the Church Known as the Moravian Church, or the Unitas Fratrum, or the Unity of the Brethren: During the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries The following are the chief sources for the history of the Moravian Church, during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries' About the PublisherCited by: 8. The History Of The Church Known As The Unitas Fratrum, Or, The Unity Of The Brethren, Founded By The Followers Of John Hus, The Bohemian Reformer Amd Martyr [FACSIMILE] [Edmund Alexander, De Schweinitz] on *FREE* shipping on 5/5(1). This is a reprint of J. Taylor Hamilton's A History of the Moravian Church. The Moravian Church, formally named the Unitas Fratrum (Latin for the Unity of the Brethren). The history of the church known as the Unitas Fratrum or the Unity of the Brethren: founded by the followers of John Hus, the Bohemian reformer and martyr by De Schweinitz Pages:
The history of the Church known as the Unitas Fratrum, or the Unity of the Brethren, founded by the followers of John Hus, the Bohemian reformer and martyr by De Schweinitz, Edmund Alexander, Pages: The History of Bohemia and Moravia preparatory to the page History of the Unitas Fratrum.— A. D. 1 PERIOD I. The History of Bohemia and Moravia Prior to the Time OP Hus.— A. D. CHAPTER. I. — The Introduction of Christianity and its earlier Development.— A D. Unitas Fratrum, (Latin: “Unity of Brethren”), Protestant religious group inspired by Hussite spiritual ideals in Bohemia in the midth century. They followed a simple, humble life of nonviolence, using the Bible as their sole rule of faith. The Unity of the Brethren (Czech: Jednota bratrská; Latin: Unitas Fratrum), also known as the Czech or Bohemian Brethren, is a Protestant movement founded in , whose roots are in the pre- Reformation work of Petr Chelčický and Jan Hus (see Bohemian Reformation).
Thus today the Unitas Fratrum, which has asserted throughout its history that Christian fellowship recognizes no barrier of nation or race, is still an international Unity with congregations in many parts of the world. The Unitas Fratrum cherishes its unity as a . The history of what is now commonly known as The Moravian Church but which is also called the Unitas Fratrum, The Unity, The Bohemian Brethren, The Brethren, and the Brethren’s Church, is one of thrilling interest. Its founders were Reformers before the Reformation, and the story of their ardent faith, their noble deeds. The history of the church known as the Unitas Fratrum, Or, The unity of the Brethren, founded by the followers of John Hus, The Bohemian reformer amd martyr. The history of the church known as the Unitas Fratrum, Or, The unity of the Brethren, founded by the followers of John Hus, The Bohemian reformer and martyr. By Edmund De Schweinitz. Abstract. Mode of access: : Edmund De Schweinitz.