Table of contents for German radical Pietism / Hans Schneider.

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Series Editor's Preface
Translator's Note
List of Abbreviations
Part I: German Radical Pietism in the Seventeenth Century
1	The Roots, Origin, and Terminology of Radical Pietism
Existential Fear and an Eschatological Worldview
Social Background and Social Behavior
2	Outline of the Developments in the Seventeenth Century
Early Separatism
The Exodus from Babylon in the 1690s
The Anticipation of an Eschatological Turning Point
Part II: German Radical Pietism in the Eighteenth Century
3	The Petersens and the Early Period of the Philadelphian Movement in Germany
The Philadelphian Movement in Germany
The Petersens
4	Reconciliation with the Church? 
Gottfried Arnold (1666-1704)
Johann Henrich Horch (1652-1729)
Samuel König (1671-1750)
5	The Separatists in Wittgenstein and in the Wetterau	
The Separatists of Wittgenstein
The Separatists in the Wetterau
6	Divergent Expressions
The Mother Eva Society
The New-Baptists of Schwarzenau
Prophetic Loners
The Inspirationists	
Johann Konrad Dippel (1673-1734)
The Separatists in Frankfurt am Main
7	Berleburg and the Late-Flowering of the Philadelphian Movement
Johann Friedrich Haug (1680-1753) and the Berleburg Bible (1726-1742)
Johann Samuel Carl (1676-1757) and the "News of the Spirit'
Christoph Seebach (1675-1745) and Victor Christoph Tuchtfeld (_ after 1752)
Summary and Outlook
Part III: German Radical Pietism in Recent Research
8	Historical Development of the Terminology Related to Pietism
9	Two Interpretive Models and their Implications for Radical Pietism Research: Hirsch and Schmidt
Emmanuel Hirsch (1888-1972)
Martin Schmidt (1909-1982)
A Comparison of Hirsch and Schmidt
F.Ernest Stoeffler (1911-2003)
Radical? Pietist? Unity and Disunity Between Church and Radical Pietism
Hirsch and Schmidt Reprise
10	Fundamental Problems, State of Research

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Pietism -- Germany -- History.