***UPDATE AS OF MARCH 2010*** Dr. Richards has uncovered possible evidence that A Method of Prayer was not written by Johannes Kelpius. A Method of Prayer remains a beautiful and inspiring work, and the background information on the content and publishing history in Dr. Richards' book remain accurate. However, the portions involving Kelpius as the author may no longer have relevance. The evidence is still inconclusive as Dr. Richards continues to pursue this fascinating research. His book includes the text of the German pamphlet that was printed in 1756, a glossary, background essays, and the only translation into modern English.
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Dr. Richards earned his Master of Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary, and his Ph.D. in German Language and Literature at the University of Virginia. In 2007, he was awarded a fellowship from the German Historical Institute to study German Pietism in colonial Pennsylvania.
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