Posts Tagged ‘ Church History ’

Yearbook of Swiss history

Mit interessantengeschichtlichen Beiträgen vollgespickt, are the 45 Volumes of the Journal of Swiss history (1876-1920) as the online editions with download option in “retro.seals.ch Portal” are made available. In addition to essays on the Peasants' War, the political- and ecclesiastical history of the Confederation, There are articles on the art of printing, and local- and family history.. The four registers volumes are directly linked to the leaves.



Pastors and church history in Osterode am Harz

At the 3.12.1660 Johann died Liesegang, General Superintendent. In Quedlinburg in 1616 born, He attended the University of Helmstedt. He is 1640 named as respondent. At the age of 30 Years after he was in Osterode, rector of the Latin school and already 2 Years he was pastor at St.. Jacobi Castle Church. John Liesegang enjoyed following an observation of Easter, or churches- and school records of the benevolence of the country by Drosten Hodenberg. This benevolence, however, was referring primarily to the mountain and then was transferred to Liesegang and[...]



Live images of our theologians

The Protestant clergy of Pomerania from the Reformation to the Present. T. 1 Hans Moderow, 1903 – Regierungsbezirk Stettin The Protestant clergy of Pomerania from the Reformation to the Present. T. 2 Ernst Müller, 1912 – The county Koszalin, the Reformed congregations Pomerania Bd Scholars theologians in Germany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. 1: 1831: A - H Scholars theologians in Germany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Bd. 2, 1832: J - M Scholars theologians in Germany in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Bd. 3, 1833: N -[...]



Reformation History

Urkundenbuch Reformation history of the Duchy of Prussia, Band 1-3



The Prussians at the University of Wittenberg

As the birthplace of the Reformation was at the University of Wittenberg 18. October 1502 open. This book is about the people of this “Reformation a century” their matriculation be printed. 568 Prussian students have visited in this period the University of Wittenberg.