Journal of Moravian History
- Paul M. Peucker, Editor
- ISSN 1933-6632
- E-ISSN 2161-6310
- View online: MUSE | JSTOR
The Journal of Moravian History is a peer-reviewed English language journal, which publishes scholarly articles and reviews publications in all areas of the history of the Unitas Fratrum (Moravian Church, Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine). The Journal also publishes research notes and original primary source materials relating to the Unitas Fratrum.
One of the fascinating aspects of the history of Christianity is its incredible diversity of expression and evolution, particularly as Christianity left Europe, bound for the shores of America. The Moravian Church (Unitas Fratrum or “Unity of the Brethren”) arose in what is now known as the Czech Republic in the late fourteenth century. Fleeing persecution, the Moravians arrived in North America, settling especially in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and later in what is now Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The history of the Moravian Church is vital for understanding not only European church history but also the history of the church in North America.
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