by printed by W. and A. Strahan; and sold by J. Robson; T. Cadell; C. Dilly; and at the Settlements and Chapels of the Congregations of the Brethren in London .
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4453, no. 02.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||621|
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The ancient and modern history of the Brethren: or, a succinct narrative of the Protestant Church of the United Brethren, or, Unitas Fratrum, In the remoter Ages, and particularly in the present Century: written in German by David Cranz, Author of the history of Greenland ; now translated into English, with emendations ; and published, with some additional notes, by Benjamin la Trobe. A Historical Sketch of the Brethren Movement by H. A. Ironside Contents Preface adding more and later material for book publication, has been to me a definite labor of love. That the movement some of whose history I have endeavored to trace out has. been, . Brethren is a novel written by Robyn Young set in the ninth and last crusade. It was published by Hodder and Stoughton in It took her seven years to write the novel where she was "intrigued by the idea of these medieval warrior monks".
The Brethren, John Grisham The Brethren is a legal thriller novel by American author John Grisham, published in They call themselves the Brethren: three disgraced former judges doing time in a Florida federal prison. One was sent up for tax evasion. Another, for skimming bingo profits. The third for a career-ending drunken joyride/5(K). Studies in Brethren History. BAHN has launched a series of books entitled Studies in Brethren History. 1. The first of these was a reprint of Tim Grass's definitive modern history, Gathering to His Name: The Story of Open Brethren in Britain and an order form, click you live outside the UK, then click here.. 2. Brethren church historian Merle C. Rummel has graciously permitted several chapters of his book, "Four Mile Community" to be placed online, so that people in the modern world may discover what life was like in a more simple time, when people knew almost everyone in town. A time of sheltered existence, when the outside world - was the outside world. The Plymouth Brethren split into Exclusive and Open Brethren in when George Müller refused to accept John Nelson Darby's view of the relationship between local assemblies following difficulties in the Plymouth meeting. Brethren that held Muller's congregational view became known as "Open", those holding Darby's 'connexional' view, became known as "Exclusive" or "Darbyite" Brethren.
In Missionary Primitivism and Chinese Modernity: the Brethren in Twentieth-Century China, David Woodbridge offers an account of a little-known Protestant missionary depicted as extreme and marginal, the Brethren were in fact an influential force within modern evangelicalism. They sought to recreate the life of the primitive church, and to replicate the simplicity and dynamism of. The Brethren was a best-seller that recounted details of interaectiosn among the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States during the Burger era, based on information gathered from law clerks and others who were intimate with the de3tails of deliberations on the Court. Below is a chapter-by-chapter summary of the book. *I received this book in exchange for an honest review * Forbidden: The Brethren of Erebus. A fantastic Vampire story that contains a wonderful mixture of paranormal beings with loveable characters, An intriguing look into vampire law with the author combining ancient European customs with modern day American to make for an enjoyable read/5(3). History of the Unity of Brethren – Rudolf Rican Originally written in Czech in , this book served as a definitive history of the Unity to mark the th anniversary of its founding. In the English translation by C. Daniel Crews was published by the Moravian Church in North America. Reprinted in , History [ ].