David Joris & his alter ego, Jan van Brugge

David Joris (c. 1501 – 1556) was a theologian generally regarded as an Anabaptist but who actually went through several separate phases over the course of his life and who is sometimes cited as the…

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The Hiëlist schism of 1573 in the Family of Love’s history and its impact on English Familism (2) – or, ‘Who was Daniel James?’

When Giles Creech went to Lambeth Palace, he parted with a good deal of information: new information to the Church authorities and, indeed, new information to us. He confirmed the broad structures …

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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…

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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)