Bohemian Brothers

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Bohemian Brothers

 

a religious sect in Bohemia that arose in the middle of the 15th century.

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A man of letters and a scholar, throughout his life he wrote texts in Czech with the aim to extend the knowledge of the Unity of the Brethren members.
Danek also specifies the social outreach of Blahoslav's music, which amid the denominationally divided society, was primarily intended for the members of the Unity of the Brethren itself.
1) Bohemia was Comenius's homeland; the Unity of the Brethren was his mother.
The Peace of Westphalia (1648) crushed any hope for religious liberty and thus sealed the fate of the dwindling Unity of the Brethren.
the hidden seed" The Bequest of the Unity of the Brethren, p.
In The Bequest of the Unity of the Brethren (1650), Comenius lamented the demise of his beloved church and yet at the same time expressed faith in its vitality, but only as a seed that might yet come to full fruition.

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