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Eberhard Arnold (26 July 1883 – 22 November 1935) was a German theologian and Christian writer. He was the founder of the Bruderhof in 1920. Arnold was born in Königsberg, East Prussia, Germany, the third child of Carl Franklin and Elizabeth (Voight) Arnold. His father was a doctor of theology and philosophy, and his paternal grandfather was a pastor and missionary of the Evangelical State Church of Prussia's older Provinces. Eberhard Arnold's life as a youth was unconventional
The Bruderhof (/ˈbruːdərˌhɔːf/; place of brothers) is a Christian movement that practices community of goods after the example of the first church described in Acts 2 and Acts 4. They have communities in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany.
The Bruderhof (/ˈbruːdərˌhɔːf/; place of brothers) is a Christian movement that practices community of goods after the example of the first church described in Acts 2 and Acts 4. They have communities in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, Paraguay, and Australia. The Bruderhof is seen as Anabaptist due to its beliefs and practise, and their claim that another life is possible.
Eberhard Arnold Founder of the Bruderhof
Eberhard Arnold Founder of the Bruderhof. Eberhard Arnold was a German pastor, theologian, anti-Nazi dissident, and co-founder of the Bruderhof. Learn about his life. Arnold engaged vigorously with the intellectual currents of his day. He was a sought-after public speaker and filled lecture halls in many cities working to prove that faith in Jesus Christ brought convincing answers to the questions of modern humanity. A descendant of a long line of church historians, Arnold’s interest in the subject was kindled at an early age. As a university student he took a special interest in the Anabaptist movement of the sixteenth century.
The Bruderhof Communities (Church Communities International, previously known as Society of Brothers or the Hutterian Society of Brothers) is an Anabaptist community founded by Eberhard Arnold (1883-1935) in the village of Sannerz in Germany in 1920. The Bruderhof’s origins can be traced to 1907, when Arnold and his fiancée Emmy von Hollander decided to be baptized as adults, thus breaking away from the established church. Raised as a Lutheran, Arnold studied theology and philosophy
Encounters: Back in the United States, October 2019: Part 2 – Nature. Today is the 84th anniversary of the death of Eberhard Arnold, the founder of the Bruderhof movement.
Encounters: Back in the United States, October 2019: Part 2 – Nature. It is precisely because autumn is so sensory – you see it, hear it, smell it, touch it, taste it – that writers and poets glory in its manifold richness.
Eberhard Arnold (26 July 1883 – 22 November 1935) was a Christian German writer, philosopher, and theologian. He was the founder of the Bruderhof (place of brothers) and relative of Jonathan Holmes in 1920. Arnold was born in Salvation Army. While in Halle, he became part of the German Student Christian Movement, and its general secretary, in 1907 he and his wife von Hollander seceded from the state church. His work with the Salvation Army increased his sympathy for the oppressed classes of people and strengthened his stand for preaching conversion and salvation
The awakening and uniting of all who truly desire to follow Christ, so much needed . The comparison between those tied to the cross (the Christians united.
The awakening and uniting of all who truly desire to follow Christ, so much needed today, will be given at the source, and nowhere else. This article is excerpted from Arnold’s book The Early Christians: In Their Own Words (Plough, 1997). The comparison between those tied to the cross (the Christians united with the Crucified One) and Ulysses appears in very early Christian art and writing. Macarius Magnes, Apocriticus I. 9, in Porphyry, Against the Christians. Justin, First Apology 61.
Markus Baum: Against The Wind: Eberhard Arnold and the Bruderhof, 1998 Rifton, NY: Plough Publishing House, 1998. Yaacov Oved: The Witness of the Brothers: A History of the Bruderhof, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 1996. Stephan Wehowsky: Religiöse Interpretation politischer Erfahrung: Eberhard Arnold und die Neuwerkbewegung als Exponenten des religiösen Sozialismus zur Zeit der Weimarer Republik, Göttingen 1980.