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  Behmenism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Behmenism was a 17th Century European Christian movement based on the teachings of Jakob Böhme.
However, it is often hard to tell whether those described as Behmenist were specifically aware of Böhme's writing, or had developed similar ideas independently or received them secondhand; "Behmenism" was sometimes used as a general description of any form of Protestant-based mysticism.
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The spiritual side of Samuel Richardson : mysticism, behmenism and millenarianism in an eighteenth-century english novelist
Between 1740 and 1754 Samuel Richardson, a busy and successful printer in London, wrote three novels which were to have a major impact on European literature.
He even went further and suggested that the truly pious can be found beyond Christianity, which is quite an extraordinary idea for an “ordinary” printer of the first half of the eighteenth century.
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Gender in mystical and occult thought : Behmenism and its development in England / B.J. Gibbons Books/5th floor ; BT708.G53 1996
The heavenly contract : ideology and organization in pre-revolutionary Puritanism / David Zaret Books/5th floor ; BX9333.Z37 1985
The English Catholic enlightenment : John Lingard and the Cisalpine movement, 1780-1850 / Joseph P. Books/5th floor ; BX4705.L6334 C47
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Sex Religious aspects Christianity History of doctrines, Sex role Religious aspects Christianity History of doctrines, Occultism England History, Mysticism England History, England Church history 17th century, England Church history 18th century, Behmenism, Bohme, Jakob, 1575-1624 Influence
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