4 edition of Pierre and his family; or, A story of the Waldenses. found in the catalog.
by American Sunday School Union. Philadelphia: No. 146 Chesnut [sic] Street in [Philadelphia]
Written in English
|Statement||Revised by the Committee of Publication.|
|Contributions||Kollner, Augustus, b. 1813, ill., Sinclair, Thomas S., ca. 1805-1881, lithographer., American Sunday-School Union.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, , 8-214 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||214|
Rorenco, Prior of St. Roch, Turin (), was employed to investigate the origin and antiquity of the Waldenses, and of course had access to all the Waldensian documents in the ducal archives, and being their bitter enemy he may be presumed to have made his report not more favourable than he could help. John Milton, for example, wrote in his sonnet "On the Late Massacre in Piedmont" of the massacre and persecution of the Waldensians. It was once held that the Waldenses were first taught by Paul the Apostle who visited Spain and then allegedly traveled on to the fication: Proto-Protestant.
01 - The Waldenses, Their Valleys: 02 - The Waldenses, Their Theology and Missionary Labors: 03 - First Persecutions of the Waldenses: 04 - Cataneo's Expediton Against the Dauphinese and Piedmontese Confessors: 05 - Failure of Cataneo's Expedition: 06 - Synod in the Waldensian Valleys: 07 - Persecutions. The Waldensian Story: A Study in Faith, Intolerance and Survival. (Lewes, Sussex: The Book Guild Ltd, ) ISBN 1 0. When in stock, available in the U.S. through the American Waldensian Society, P.O. Box , Whitehall, PA Covers Waldensian history to the present. Also very readable. For periods with enough documentationFile Size: 56KB.
Question: "Who were the Waldensians, and what did they believe?" Answer: The Waldensians (also called the Waldenses or the Vaudois) were a religious group that arose in the late Middle Ages and is now seen as a precursor to the Protestant the beginning the Waldensians were simply a group of traveling lay preachers within the Roman Catholic Church, but as . people, for truly the Waldenses were The Israel Of The Alps. Peter Waldo, though, was a good man in his own right. For this we will return to TT p. “ Peter Waldo “Mention is now made of that famous individual, Peter Waldo. Some authorities claim that the name Waldo was derived from the Waldenses because of his prominent work among Size: KB.
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Pierre and his family ; or, A story of the Waldenses. Pierre and His Family; or, A Story of the Waldenses. By the author of Lily Douglas.
Hardcover – Jan. 1 Author: Miss]. GRIERSON. Pierre and his family; or, A story of the Waldenses.: [Two lines from Milton] / Revised by the Committee of : Miss. Grierson. Peter Waldo, though, was a good man in his own right.
For this we will return to TT p. “Peter Waldo “Mention is now made of that famous individual, Peter Waldo. Some authorities claim that the name Waldo was derived from the Waldenses because of his prominent work among them.
Full text of "In His name. A story of the Waldenses, seven hundred years ago" See other formats. My son is writing a paper for his college course (he's a history major at our local state college) on Peter Waldo and the Waldensians, but he's having trouble coming up with reliable resources - apparently, Pete didn't write too much.
Pierre and his family, or, A story of the Waldenses. (Philadelphia: American Sunday School Union, ), by Miss Grierson and American Sunday School Union (page images at HathiTrust) The Waldenses in the new world (Durham, N.
C., Duke University Press, ), by George B. Watts (page images at HathiTrust). Waldenses, members of a Christian movement that originated in 12th-century France, the devotees of which sought to follow Christ in poverty and simplicity.
In modern times the name has been applied to members of a Protestant church that formed when remnants of the earlier movement became Swiss Protestant reformers. This is the true and sad story of the Waldensians. A people that claimed heritage from the time of the apostles but were persecuted until they were almost extinct.
The waldensies lived in. and Waldenses—The Waldensian Territory Proper—Papal Testimony to the Flourishing State of their Church in the Fourteenth Century—Early Bulls against them—Tragedy of Christmas, —Constancy of the Waldenses—Crusade of Pope Innocent VIII—His Bull of —The Army Assembles—Two Frightful Tempests approach the Valleys.
A Story of the Waldenses Taken from the Introduction of “The Story of the Waldenses,” DURING the dark ages which succeeded the invasion of Europe by the barbarous nations, when feudal anarchy distracted the civil governments, and a flood of superstition had deluged the. The History of the Waldenses By J.A Wylie Table of Contents Chapter 1 ANTIQUITY AND FIRST PERSECUTIONS OF THE WALDENSES.
Their Unique Position in Christendom–Their Twofold Testimony–They Witness against Rome and for Protestantism–Hated by Rome–The Cottian Alps–Albigenses and Waldenses–The.
throughout his book, The Story of Civilization, Vol. VI, The Reformation, Durant completely anathematized them. 9 Adeney is at least objective in acknowledging Waldensian achievements. He does not label them "heretics", allowing that this community of hardy mountaineers File Size: 75KB.
This updated edition of the Scottish historian, James Aitken Wylie's classic The History of the Waldenses, chronicles the perils, plight and persecution of the Waldenses across the centuries as they devoted all they had--even their lives--to preserving the sacred truths of the Gospel and taking them to the Paperback, pages/5.
Persecution of the Waldenses in France Popery having brought various innovations into the Church, and overspread the Christian world with darkness and superstition, some few, who plainly perceived the pernicious tendency of such errors, determined to show the light of the Gospel in its real purity, and to disperse those clouds which artful priests had raised about it, in order to blind the.
The Waldenses: Sketches of the Evangelical Christians of the Mountains of Piedmont, by A. W. Mitchell; 6. History of the Waldenses, by J. A. Wylie (two copies). 7. Pierre and His Family, author not given, reprint by the Primitive Baptist Library of Elon College, NC; 8.
The Waldenses were a group of European Christians that stood against the Catholic church before the Reformation.
What was their doctrine?. The Waldenses started as a Christian movement in Lyon, France, in the late s. They received their name from their reputed founder, Pierre Valdès (Peter Waldo).
In Waldo, a wealthy merchant from Lyon, heard a troubadour (a medieval poet/singer) sing the praises of St. Alexius, the patron saint of pilgrims and beggars. This song.