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New Jerusalem Church

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  • Coleridge wrote numerous, largely favorable notes about Emanuel Swedenborg 1688-1772, Swedish scientist whose religious writings of 1749-56 led his followers to found the New Jerusalem Church.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • Coleridge wrote numerous, largely favorable notes about Emanuel Swedenborg 1688-1772, Swedish scientist whose religious writings of 1749-56 led his followers to found the New Jerusalem Church.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • Coleridge wrote numerous, largely favorable notes about Emanuel Swedenborg 1688-1772, Swedish scientist whose religious writings of 1749-56 led his followers to found the New Jerusalem Church.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • Coleridge wrote numerous, largely favorable notes about Emanuel Swedenborg 1688-1772, Swedish scientist whose religious writings of 1749-56 led his followers to found the New Jerusalem Church.

    Collected Works of W. B. Yeats Volume III Autobiographies

  • Coleridge wrote numerous, largely favorable notes about Emanuel Swedenborg 1688-1772, Swedish scientist whose religious writings of 1749-56 led his followers to found the New Jerusalem Church.

    Autobiographies

  • Coleridge wrote numerous, largely favorable notes about Emanuel Swedenborg 1688-1772, Swedish scientist whose religious writings of 1749-56 led his followers to found the New Jerusalem Church.

    Autobiographies

  • In the spring of 1865, she took a great interest in the Sanitary Fair held at Chicago, collected many valuable gifts for it, and was sent for by the Committee of Arrangements to go out as one of the managers of the department furnished by the New Jerusalem Church -- the different churches having separate departments in the Fair.

    Woman's Work in the Civil War A Record of Heroism, Patriotism, and Patience

  • The rapture of the Moravian and Quietist; the opening of the internal sense of the Word, in the language of the New Jerusalem Church; the revival of the Calvinistic churches; the experiences of the Methodists, are varying forms of that shudder of awe and delight with which the individual soul always mingles with the universal soul.

    VIII. Essays. The Over-Soul. 1841

  • In the Mall there is New Jerusalem Church, with an imposing portico.

    The Kensington District The Fascination of London

  • Quietist; the opening of the internal sense of the Word, in the language of the New Jerusalem Church; the revival of the Calvinistic churches; the experiences of the Methodists, are varying forms of that shudder of awe and delight with which the individual soul always mingles with the universal soul.

    Essays — First Series

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