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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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From the late patristic period until well into the 20th century the traditional reading of Luke 10:42, "One thing is necessary", provided the biblical basis for discussions regarding the relationship between the active and the contemplative lives and for treatments of the theology of the m...
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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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Discusses the popularity of the goddess spirituality in universities and colleges. Goddess religion as part of the New Age movement; History of the goddess movement; Questionable character of goddess scholarship; Occultic roots; Similar concept in world-religions; Impact on academic scholarship; Aff...
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