Hielist-Familist imagery from Plantin’s press in Antwerp

In 1584 a series of Biblical images by Pieter van der Borcht were published with trilingual (Dutch, French and Latin) commentaries written by Van Barrefelt (under the pseudonym of Renatus Christian…

Source: Hielist-Familist imagery from Plantin’s press in Antwerp

The Hiëlist schism of 1573 in the Family of Love’s history and its impact on English Familism (1)

Although later central to the schism and defection which tore the Family of Love in two, Hendrik Jansen Van Barrefelt was one of the first members of Hendrik Niclaes’ Family of Love to be mentioned…

Source: The Hiëlist schism of 1573 in the Family of Love’s history and its impact on English Familism (1)

Hielist-Familist imagery from Plantin’s press in Antwerp

In 1584 a series of Biblical images by Pieter van der Borcht were published with trilingual (Dutch, French and Latin) commentaries written by Van Barrefelt (under the pseudonym of Renatus Christian…

Source: Hielist-Familist imagery from Plantin’s press in Antwerp

Testimony of Giles Creech, Lambeth Feb 1637/38 — A CERTAIN MEASURE OF PERFECTION

1637/38 Giles Creech who had clearly been mixed up with Familist or Antinomian views, decided to spill the beans on his former associates. He claimed that he had been forced to turn informant becau… Source: Testimony of Giles Creech, Lambeth Feb 1637/38

via Testimony of Giles Creech, Lambeth Feb 1637/38 — A CERTAIN MEASURE OF PERFECTION

Testimony of Giles Creech, Lambeth Feb 1637/38

1637/38 Giles Creech who had clearly been mixed up with Familist or Antinomian views, decided to spill the beans on his former associates. He claimed that he had been forced to turn informant becau…

Source: Testimony of Giles Creech, Lambeth Feb 1637/38

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