The Moravians on the Cuyahoga: Address Delivered Before the Western Reserve Historical Society (Classic Reprint)

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To write strictly and literally of The Moravians on the Cuyahoga, would be to limit this paper to a period Of time so short, and to a people so few, that the subject might fail to enlist that attention to which it is justly entitled. Such a treatment of the topic would divest it of that historic setting which alone gives interest to places, people and events. Independent and isolated facts have little significance, and are utterly devoid of of that didactic force which makes history the greatest teacher of mankind. Events can be intelligently and profitably studied only in connection with those antecedent occurrences which were, so to speak, their historic progenitors.

The Moravian Church is one of the products of that great struggle in Europe which culminated in that social and ecclesias tic upheaval known as The Protestant Reformation This venerable organization, however, antedates the Reformation by well-nigh a century. For it had its origin about the middle of the fifteenth century among the followers of the Bohemian reformer and martyr, John Huss. Their growth in numbers was, under the circumstances, little less than marvelous; for, not withstanding the frequent and cruel persecutions to which they were subjected, they had, at the time of Luther, more than four2.

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