The Moravian Church, also known as Unity of Brethren or Unitas Fratrum, is a small Protestant denomination with roots in the fifteenth-century Czech Reformation and in eighteenth-century German Pietism. It came into being in 1457–1458 in Bohemia when a small number ...

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