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Hutterian Brethren


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  • Variants

    • Bruderhof (1985-1997)
    • Society of Brothers (Bruderhof : 1985-1997)
  • Additional Information

    • Later Established Forms

    • Exact Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

    • Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes

    • Earlier Established Forms

    • Sources

      • found: Help for teen problems, c1987:CIP t.p. (Hutterian Brethren, Rifton, N.Y.)
      • found: Ency. of assoc., 1987(Hutterian Brethren; Rifton, N.Y.; formerly (1984) Hutterian Society of Brothers)
      • found: Sing joyfully, c1985:t.p. (Hutterian Brethren also known as the Bruderhof)
      • found: Melton, J.G. The enc. of Amer. religions, c1987:p. 502 (Society of Brothers, Rifton, NY; lists also Hutterian Brethren-Dariusleut, Stanford, MT; Hutterian Brethren-Lehrleut, Wolf Creek, MT; Hutterian Brethren-Schmiedeleut, Olivet, SD)
      • found: Phone call to Derek Wardle, Plough Pub. House, Oct. 9, 1998(Bruderhof Foundation is the legal name for the Bruderhof Communities; name changed from Hutterian Brethren in 1995)
      • found: Info. from Plough Pub. House, Sept. 18, 2001(summary of basic name changes: 1920-1941 (Germany): Bruderhof; 1936-1941 (England): Cotswold Bruderhof Society; 1942-1966 (England): Society of Brothers; 1941-1962 (Paraguay): Sociedad del Hermanos; 1954-1978 (USA and England): Society of Brothers; 1978-1985 (USA and England): Hutterian Society of Brothers; 1985-1997 (USA and England): Hutterian Brethren; 1997- (USA, England, Australia): Bruderhof Communities; corporate structure: Bruderhof Communities Church International (BCCI): the ecclestical "umbrella" internationally; Bruderhof Communities in NY, Inc. (BCNY): those communities in the state of New York; Bruderhof Communities in PA, Inc. (BCPA): those communities in the state of Pennsylvania; The Bruderhof Foundation, Inc. (TBF): a non-profit charity and mission arm; Plough Publishing House (PPH): a "doing business as" of The Bruderhof Foundation)
      • found: Bruderhof.com, Nov. 21, 2001(Modern Bruderhof was founded by Eberhard Arnold in 1920; expelled by the Nazis in 1937, the Bruderhof moved first to England, then to Paraguay, and finally to the United States in 1954; today live in ten communities on three continents: seven in the United States, two in England, and one in Australia)
    • Editorial Notes

      • [Do not confuse with "Hutterite Brethren"]
    • Change Notes

      • 1986-11-06: new
      • 2001-11-21: revised
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