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Nicolai, Johann David

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Author(s): Dörfler-Dierken, Angelika
[German Version] (Feb 25, 1742, Hamburg – Apr 3, 1826, Bremen) attended school in Hamburg, and then studied Protestant theology in Göttingen from 1764 to 1767. After private tutoring, typical at that time, he became assistant rector in the Latin school at Bremen cathedral in 1771. His rise to pastor (fourth cathedral preacher in 1781) culminated in 1810 in his appointment as pastor primarius in the Lutheran cathedral. Nicolai’s broad interests can be seen in the themes of his publications (school, marriage, magnetism). When in 1802/1803 the cathedral and it…


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Author(s): Stolz, Fritz | Dörfler-Dierken, Angelika | Oswalt, Julia | Daiber, Karl-Fritz
[German Version] I. History of Religions – II. Church History – III. Current Situation I. History of Religions Brotherhoods are a special form of community, not constituted by traditional forms of relationship (Covenant). They are mono-gendered groupings (also “sisterhoods”) distinguished by certain homogeneous characteristics. Initiation groups are often the origin of brotherhoods in cultural histo…

Anne, Saint

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Author(s): Dörfler-Dierken, Angelika | Apostolos-Cappadona, Diane
[German Version] I. Church History – II. Art History I. Church History The mother of Mary, mother of Jesus, and spouse of Joachim. Her name (= Heb. “grace”) is given first in the Protevangelium. The text was read throughout the Middle Ages and at Marian feasts. After 1450, this birth legend was linked with the concept of a trinubium of the saints. Characteristically, The Lives of the Saints supplied Anne with her own birth story and described her as a matron who bore each of her three husbands a daughter M…


(376 words)

Author(s): Dörfler-Dierken, Angelika
[German Version] With the emigrations of the 19th century, the German revival movements gave birth to several independent mission societies for the Germans in North America. In 1840, a leadership crisis among the Stephanites (Missouri Synod) led to the founding in Dresden of the first explicitly denominational society, the Verein zur Unterstützung der lutherischen Kirche in Nordamerika. It was followed in 1853 by the Gotteskasten in Hannover, the model for similar groups in Lauenburg (1857), Bavaria (1860), and ¶ Hessen (1865). Between 1841 and 1899, W. Löhe trained 250 workers as Sen…