He tried to walk the middle road. He never thought simplistically or literally. He always concerned himself most with the results of a theological system on the life of individuals and their society as a whole. These statements describe the Silesian reformer, Caspar Schwenckfeld, though they reveal only a small portion of his forgotten legacy. Learn about his background, his theological breakthroughs, his disputes with every 16th century denomination, and his love for the Lord Jesus Christ in this issue of Christian History & Biography.
Inside this issue you'll find:
- The Schwenckfeld Bible
- The Reformation Era - Various reformers and their follow ers have been neglected because "history has most often been written by the winners. " Who were these forgotten reformers and how do they fit in?
- Caspar Schwenckfeld on Spiritual Growth and Living the Christian Life - Schwenckfeld's teachings on the experiential knowledge of God and the School of Christ
- Journey to Wittenberg - An account, in Schwenckfeld's own words, of his decisive meetings with Martin Luther in December 1525 to discuss his theological breakthrough.
- The Life and Thought of Caspar Schwenckfeld Von Ossig
- The World of Schwenckfeld's Birth
- Schwenckfeld's Aim
- Freedom in Pennsylvania - Schwenckfelders and the New World
- Also: The Hard Journey to AmericaPennsylvania offered freedom and peace for the Schwenckfelders
- The Landing of the Schwenckfelders from the St. Andrew
- Christian Self-Surrender
- On the Prayer of Faith
- Christian Patience and Humility - A Letter to a Mother and Her Children
- The Gallery:Associates of Caspar Schwenckfeld
Issue 21 (Volume VIII (8), Number 1)
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