The Banished Count; Or, the Life of Nicholas Louis Zinzendorf, from the Fr. by J. Gill

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Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1865 Excerpt: ... for their assistance. As England was just then colonising Georgia, he obtained leave from the English Government for them to settle in that province. But, at the moment of their departure, they changed their plan, and fixed on Pennsylvania as their future home. The Moravians looked upon this circumstance as a providential intimation that they should colonise Georgia themselves, as it offered an opportunity for preaching the gospel to the American Indians. Ten of the Brethren This was the date of the decision by lot referred to at p. 141. L undertook the mission, headed by Spangenberg, and they were soon followed by twenty-six others. The happy issue of Zinzendorf's journey into Suabia, and his unexpected return to Herrnhut, greatly encouraged the Brethren there, and helped to quicken their activity. It was at this time that the mission to the island of St Croix was commenced; and the circumstances connected with its origin may be mentioned as showing how decided Zinzendorf was in adhering to the one object of evangelism. One of the high officials at the Danish court, named Von Pless, having established plantations in St Croix, proposed to send out twelve Moravian Brethren, in the twofold capacity of superintendents over the negroes in their work, and preachers of the gospel, thinking that the two offices might be advantageously united in the same persons. The Count, however, protested against any such association of the cause of Christ with worldly interests; and although he felt it his duty to yield to the strong opinions expressed by others in favour of it, "rather than incur something worse," as he says in his Reflections Naturelles he would not give his consent till the fullest liberty of conscience had been guaranteed not only to the mission...

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