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A candid declaration of the church known by the name of the Unitas Fratrum

relative to their labour among the heathen.

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      • Signed and dated: Augustus Gottlieb Spangenberg, Frr. Ep., at Lindsey-House, Sept.22, 1768..Microfilm. Woodbridge, Conn. : Primary Source Media, 1999. 1 reel ; 35 mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 10083, no. 06).

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        LC Classifications1769
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        Paginationxvi, 126 p. :
        Number of Pages66
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Eighteenth century -- reel 10083, no. 06.
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Moravian Church [WorldCat Identities]

John Hus set out for Constance. The Moravian Church primarily covers five provinces, known as the Continental European, Czechoslovak, British, American Province North, and American Province South. For in September of that same year, the Brethren were granted full liberty of conscience and worship in Saxony, in consideration of their substantial adherence to the tenets of the Confession of Augsburg. Hutton Project Gutenberg's History of the Moravian Church, by J.sent a number of preachers to Prague on a very remarkable errand.

They claimed that all Moravians were perfect, and taught that the Moravian Church was infallible. The book of Chancellor Pfaff, of the University of Tuebingen, De Successione Episcopali, was also referred to in this connection.

Full soon the fatal spot was reached. Zinzendorf the Ecumenical Pioneer 1962• They did harm to all men. Zabarella tried to shout him down. "", Communal Societies 21 2001 : 61—77. " "The late Bishop Herbert Spaugh wrote this "Short History of the Moravian Church" in 1957 on the occasion of our denomination's 500th Anniversary.