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As founder of the Moravian Church, Nicolas Ludwig von Zinzendorf and Pottendorf (1700-1760) is considered one of the central figures of European pietism. International contributions to this work focus on current research on Zinzendorf's classifications of church, theology, and literature, as well as on important developments of his life and work. External relationship to the Bohemians and Schwenckfelders, to the Lutheran critics and the English, as well as to Goethe and Karl Barth are addressed. The central commonality of all contributions is Zinzendorf's effect on historical development and his relevance in today's times. German text.
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