This sourcebook collects about 170 texts dating from 1670 to 1770. From the perspective of different disciplines they offer an approach to this early modern reform movement in its social and cultural contexts. 

The topics of the twenty chapters include community approaches, practice of piety and academic theology, communication and media, mission and international relations, politics, education, gender roles, welfare, art and art criticism, economics and natural sciences. 

A short introduction to each section and to every source text, short comments, cross-references, further bibliographical references and indices of persons, places and biblical passages facilitate a quick orientation.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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