Standard Name: Boehme, Jacob
Used Form: Jacob Boehm
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|Cultural formation||Annie Keary||
Having found she could live with Broad Church theology as to the issue of damnation, she later encountered further difficulties over new scientific theories. These threatened her intellectual hold on religion, though her sister insists...
|Cultural formation||William Law||
He became a Church of England clergyman, but after the accession of George I he refused to take the oath of allegiance (since he was a Jacobite). This made him a Nonjuror, ineligible for positions...
|Cultural formation||Jane Lead||
Pordage was an Anglican clergyman; but he and his wife were radicals. He was said to be much against property, and against relations of magistrates, subjects, husbands, wives, masters, servants, etc. He was one of...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Ella Wheeler Wilcox||
He had promised her a message from the next world, and his death precipitated her into an anxious search. She travelled to California and read avidly in spiritualist books by Sir Oliver Lodge , Annie Besant
|Intertextuality and Influence||Jane Lead|
Fischer was another follower of Boehme . Baron Kniphausen or Knyphausen in Germany learned of Lead's work through Fischer's translation. He provided money for the prompt translation into German and Dutch of her later works...
|Textual Production||Anne Conway|
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