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  • n. Plural form of Schwenkfelder.

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  • More cautious still were the Schwenkfelders, β€œthe most apolitical and literalistic of the German Pietist sects.”

    Angel in the Whirlwind

  • Schwenkfelders, followers of Casper Schofield, came to Pennsylvania and settled along the Perkiomen, in Montgomery County.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI

  • Schwenkfelders (adherents of Kaspar von Schwenkfeld) a home in

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne

  • Schwenkfelders, the Amish β€” kept coming and bringing with them their traditions, their customs, their sacred books, their timid and pathetic disposition to hide by themselves, sometimes in quasi-monastic communities like that at Ephrata, sometimes in actual hermitage, as in the ravines of the Wissahickon.

    A History of American Christianity

  • Schwenkfelders, the Amish -- kept coming and bringing with them their traditions, their customs, their sacred books, their timid and pathetic disposition to hide by themselves, sometimes in quasi-monastic communities like that at Ephrata, sometimes in actual hermitage, as in the ravines of the Wissahickon.

    A History of American Christianity

  • Sunday: Day of Remembrance service, celebrating Schwenkfelders 'arrival in Philadelphia in

    Berks county news

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