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The Exotic Plant

Geoffrey SteadMargaret Stead

The Exotic Plant

Geoffrey SteadMargaret Stead

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The first complete history of the British province of Moravian Church, originating in the life and work of Graf Zinzendorf in 18th century Germany. This well-written and thoroughly researched book shows how the Moravian church was successful at first, yet later failed to grow as a result of Anglicization and pressure from indigenous denominations. Yet, this is also the story of a small church's survival and its contribution to the rich variety of British Nonconformity.

- Publisher The Moravian Church stands firmly within mainstream Protestant tradition; John Wesley used to belong to the Moravian Church. This is an introduction to how the Moravian Church relates to other denominations, particularly Methodism.

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The first complete history of the British province of Moravian Church, originating in the life and work of Graf Zinzendorf in 18th century Germany. This well-written and thoroughly researched book shows how the Moravian church was successful at first, yet later failed to grow as a result of Anglicization and pressure from indigenous denominations. Yet, this is also the story of a small church's survival and its contribution to the rich variety of British Nonconformity.
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The Moravian Church stands firmly within mainstream Protestant tradition; John Wesley used to belong to the Moravian Church. This is an introduction to how the Moravian Church relates to other denominations, particularly Methodism.
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 219293
  • Product Code 0716205734
  • EAN 9780716205739
  • Pages 448
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Epworth Press
  • Publication Date Dec 2003
  • Dimensions 234 x 156 x 35 mm
  • Weight 0.721kg

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