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Seldom treated by modern students of the Radical Reformation, Adam Reissner, humanist, historian, biblical commentator, amanuensis to Schwenckfeld and municipal clerk at Mindelheim deserves fuller attention for his commentary on Matthew and his other theological works. An initial review of his Matth...
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From 1718-1739, the radical Schwenckfelder, Christopher Wiegner, kept a spiritual diary outlining his activities among Moravians, pietists, and radicals in Saxony and southeastern Pennsylvania. During this period and particularly from 1734-1739, Wiegner was in close conversation with the Brethren in...
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Following the initiation of persecution against them by the Jesuits, the Schwenkfelders in Silesia opened a correspondence with the Mennonites in Holland requesting financial and political aid, calling the Dutch Mennonites "fellow-believers". The Mennonites eventually sent financial aid, b...
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On May 15, 1753 Gerhard Tersteegen wrote to a correspondent in Pennsylvania discussing the sectarians known to both of them and commenting on the Ephrata Cloisters. A copy of the letter is preserved in the Schwenckfelder Library, Pennsburg, Pa. Internal evidence suggests that it was written to the P...
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