Full text: The national Church of Sweden

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VII, 
Tuk TIME OF FREEDOM AND THE PERIOD OF NEOLOGY 
(1718—1812 A.D.). 
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1.—Consequences of the new terms of subscription 
in Sweden—Parallel movements on the Continent 
and in England—England fortunate in not 
accepting the Lambeth Articles ... ... ... .. 
2.—Movements of protest against ultra-orthodoxy 
—Pietism—Spener and Francke—University of 
Halle—Three main objects of Pietism: (1) re- 
generation of theology by the study of Holy 
Scripture; (2) regeneration of the Church, a 
higher ideal of life for laymen and a development 
of home and foreign missions; (3) regeneration of 
morals—Pietism in Sweden—Friendly attitude of 
Bishop Svedberg, Bishop Eric Benzelius the 
younger and Rydelius—Murbeck, Tollstadius, 
Nils Grubb—Opposition: Decrees against con- 
venticles ... ... ... .. eee ee ae 
3.—Offshoots of Pietism—School of Bengel and the 
Moravians—Salutary influence of the latter in 
Sweden TE TE ETE 
4.—The life in the Church in the so-called ‘‘ time of 
freedom ’—Political results of the death of 
Charles XII.—Weak reigns of Frederick of Hesse 
{1718—1751) and Adolphus Frederick (1751— 
1771) —New life—Olof Dalin and the *‘‘ Swedish 
Argus ’—Linnzus, his joyful and reverent 
character—Sven Bilter—Rhyzelius—Jakob Sere- 
nius — Anders Nohrborg—Anders Elfving in 
Skine—Per Fjellstrom and Per Hogstrom in Lap- 
land—Irregularities in ordination by superinten- 
dents and others ... . 
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