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The Moravians and Transatlantic German Pietism
Zinzendorf and the Theology of the Heart
The Body of Christ
Union with Christ
Living in the Side Wound of Christ
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Page 9 - In a ritual, the world as lived and the world as imagined, fused under the agency of a single set of symbolic forms, turn out to be the same world, producing thus that idiosyncratic transformation in one's sense of reality to which Santayana refers in my epigraph.