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Reformed Beliefs Z continues our Online Christian Library with links to the writings of Reformed writers mostly from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, including such writers as Theodor Zahn (German Biblical Scholar), Count Nicholas Zinzendorf (Moravian), Georg Zollikofer (Swiss-German Reformed), and John Zubly (German Reformed).


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1               Bread and Salt from the Word of God in Sixteen Sermons. By Theodor Zahn, Th.D., Hon. Litt.D.,                  Cambridge, Professor of Theology in the University of Erlangen. Translated by C. S. Burn and A.          E. Burn, D.D., Rector of Handsworth and Prebendary of Lichfield, Examining Chaplain to the      Bishop of Lichfield. (1905) (Author: Theodor Zahn, Andrew Ewbank Burns)

2               Introduction to the New Testament. Introduction to the New Testament. By Theodor Zahn,      Professor of New Testament Exegesis, Erlangen University. Translated from the Third German           Edition by John Moore Trout, William Arnot Mather, Louis Hodous, Edward Strong Worcester,                  William Hoyt Worrell, and Rowland Backus Dodge, Fellows and Scholars of Hartford Theological        Seminary. Under the Direction and Supervision of Melancthon Williams Jacobus, Homer                 Professor of New Testament Criticism and Exegesis and Dean of the Faculty. Assisted by Charles           Snow Thayer, Director of the Case Memorial Library. Three Volumes in One. Second Edition             Revised. (1917) (Author: Zahn, Theodor, 1838-1933; Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-1937;             Thayer, Charles Snow, 1865-; Trout, John Moore)

3               Introduction to the New Testament. By Theodor Zahn, Professor of New Testament Exegesis,                    Erlangen University. Translated from the Third German Edition by John Moore Trout, William Arnot Mather, Louis Hodous, Edward Strong Worcester, William Hoyt Worrell, and Rowland    Backus Dodge, Fellows and Scholars of Hartford Theological Seminary. Under the Direction and             Supervision of Melancthon Williams Jacobus, Homer Professor of New Testament Criticism and               Exegesis and Dean of the Faculty. Assisted by Charles Snow Thayer, Director of the Case             Memorial Library. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1909) (Author: Zahn, Theodor, 1838-1933;             Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-; Thayer, Charles Snow, 1865-; Trout, John Moore)

4               Introduction to the New Testament. By Theodor Zahn, Professor of New Testament Exegesis,                    Erlangen University. Translated from the Third German Edition by John Moore Trout, William Arnot Mather, Louis Hodous, Edward Strong Worcester, William Hoyt Worrell, and Rowland    Backus Dodge, Fellows and Scholars of Hartford Theological Seminary. Under the Direction and             Supervision of Melancthon Williams Jacobus, Homer Professor of New Testament Criticism and               Exegesis and Dean of the Faculty. Assisted by Charles Snow Thayer, Director of the Case             Memorial Library. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1909) (Author: Zahn, Theodor, 1838-1933;             Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-; Thayer, Charles Snow, 1865-; Trout, John Moore)

5               Introduction to the New Testament. By Theodor Zahn, Professor of New Testament Exegesis,                    Erlangen University. Translated from the Third German Edition by John Moore Trout, William Arnot Mather, Louis Hodous, Edward Strong Worcester, William Hoyt Worrell, and Rowland    Backus Dodge, Fellows and Scholars of Hartford Theological Seminary. Under the Direction and             Supervision of Melancthon Williams Jacobus, Homer Professor of New Testament Criticism and               Exegesis and Dean of the Faculty. Assisted by Charles Snow Thayer, Director of the Case             Memorial Library. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 and Index.(1909) (Author: Zahn, Theodor, 1838-      1933; Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-; Thayer, Charles Snow, 1865-; Trout, John Moore)

6               The Apostles' Creed; A Sketch of its History, and an Examination of its Contents by Theodor       Zahn, Dr. and Professor of Theology at Erlangen, Honorary Litt.D., Cambridge. Translated by C. S.   Burn and A. E. Burn, B.D., Rector of Kynnersley and Examining Chaplain to the Lord Bishop of    Lichfield. (1899) (Author: Theodor Zahn, Andrew Ewbank Burns)

 




Zenos, Andrew Constantinides (1855-1942)

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1               A Standard Bible Dictionary, Designed as a Comprehensive Guide to the Scriptures, Embracing their Languages, Literature, History, Biography, Manners and Customs, and their Theology. Edited by Melancthon W. Jacobus, D.D. (Chairman of the Editorial Board) Dean, and Hosmer Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Criticism, in Hartford Theological Seminary. Edward E. Nourse, D.D. Professor of Biblical Theology, and Instructor in New Testament Canonicity and Textual Criticism, in Hartford Theological Seminary. and Andrew C. Zenos, D.D. Professor of Ecclesiastical History, in McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago. In Association with American, British, and German Scholars. Embellished with new and Original Illustrations and Maps. (1909) (Author: Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1855-1937; Nourse, Edward Everett, 1863-1929; Zenos, Andrew C. (Andrew Constantinides), 1855-1942)

2               Compendium of Church History. With an Introduction by the Rev. John Dewitt, D.D., LL.D. Archibald Alexander Professor of Church History in Princeton Theological Seminary. (1900)

3               The Elements of the Higher Criticism. (1895)

4               The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary. Fully Defining and Explaining all Religious Term, including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archaeological, and Doctrinal Themes. Superbly Illustrated with over 600 Maps and Engravings. Edited by Rev. Samuel Fallows, A.M., D.D., LL.D., Associate Editors Andrew C. Zenos, A.M., D.D. (McCormick Theological Seminary), Herbert L. Willett, A.M., Ph.D. (University of Chicago) In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1905) (Author: Fallows, Samuel, 1835-1922; Zenos, Andrew C. (Andrew Constantinides), 1855-1942, joint ed; Willett, Herbert L. (Herbert Lockwood), 1864-1944, joint ed)

5               The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary. Fully Defining and Explaining all Religious Term, including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archaeological, and Doctrinal Themes. Superbly Illustrated with over 600 Maps and Engravings. Edited by Rev. Samuel Fallows, A.M., D.D., LL.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 1 (1922) (Author: Fallows, Samuel, 1835-1922)

6               The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary. Fully Defining and Explaining all Religious Term, including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archaeological, and Doctrinal Themes. Superbly Illustrated with over 600 Maps and Engravings. Edited by Rev. Samuel Fallows, A.M., D.D., LL.D., Associate Editors Andrew C. Zenos, A.M., D.D. (McCormick Theological Seminary), Herbert L. Willett, A.M., Ph.D. (University of Chicago) In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1905) (Author: Fallows, Samuel, 1835-1922; Zenos, Andrew C. (Andrew Constantinides), 1855-1942, joint ed; Willett, Herbert L. (Herbert Lockwood), 1864-1944, joint ed)

7               The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary. Fully Defining and Explaining all Religious Term, including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archaeological, and Doctrinal Themes. Superbly Illustrated with over 600 Maps and Engravings. Edited by Rev. Samuel Fallows, A.M., D.D., LL.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 2 (1922) (Author: Fallows, Samuel, 1835-1922)

8               The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary. Fully Defining and Explaining all Religious Term, including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archaeological, and Doctrinal Themes. Superbly Illustrated with over 600 Maps and Engravings. Edited by Rev. Samuel Fallows, A.M., D.D., LL.D., Associate Editors Andrew C. Zenos, A.M., D.D. (McCormick Theological Seminary), Herbert L. Willett, A.M., Ph.D. (University of Chicago) In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1902) (Author: Fallows, Samuel, 1835-1922; Zenos, Andrew C. (Andrew Constantinides), 1855-1942, joint ed; Willett, Herbert L. (Herbert Lockwood), 1864-1944, joint ed)

9               The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopedia and Scriptural Dictionary. Fully Defining and Explaining all Religious Term, including Biographical, Geographical, Historical, Archaeological, and Doctrinal Themes. Superbly Illustrated with over 600 Maps and Engravings. Edited by Rev. Samuel Fallows, A.M., D.D., LL.D. In Three Volumes. Volume 3 (1922) (Author: Fallows, Samuel, 1835-1922)

10            The Presbyterian Churches; Their Place and Power in Modern Christendom. By the Rev. J. N. Ogilvie, M.A. With a Chapter on the Presbyterian Churches in the United States of America, by the Rev. Andrew C. Zenos, D.D. (1897) (Author: Ogilvie, J. N. (James Nicoll), 1860-1926; Zenos, Andrew C. (Andrew Constantinides), 1855-1942)

11            The Principles of the Higher Criticism and their Practical Value. A Paper read before the Presbyterian Ministers' Association of Chicago, on Jan. 28, 1884. (1884)

12            The Relations of New Testament Study to the Present Age. Inaugural Address of Rev. Andrew C. Zenos, D.D., Hosmer Professor of New Testament Exegesis, on Jan. 16, 1889. (1889)

13            The Son of Man; Studies in the Gospel of Mark. (1914)

14            The Teaching of Jesus Concerning Christian Conduct. (1905)

 


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1               A Brief History of the Moravian Church. Prepared by Teachers and Friends of Salem Home Sunday School. (1909) (Author: Winston-Salem (N.C.). Home Moravian Church. Sunday School)

2               A Solemn Call on Count Zinzendorf, the Author and Advocate of the Sect of Herrnhuters, Commonly Called Moravians. To Answer all and every Charge brought against them in Candid Narrative; With some further Observations on the Spirit of the Sect. By Henry Rimius. (1754) (Author: Henry Rimius)

3               Church Constitution of the Bohemian and Moravian Brethren. The Original Latin, with a Translation, Notes, and Introduction. By B. Seifferth, Bishop of the Brethren's Church. (1866) (Author: Benjamin Seifferth , Bohemian Brethren , Johann Amos Comenius , Moravian Church)

4               Count Zinzendorf and the Moravian and Indian Occupancy of the Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania, 1742-1763. By Frederick C. Johnson, M.D., Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Member of Wyoming Historical and Geological Society, Moravian Historical Society, New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Etc. (1904) (Author: Johnson, Frederick C Subject: Zinzendorf, Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von, 1700-1760; Moravians in Pennsylvania)

5               Diary of David Zeisberger, a Moravian Missionary among the Indians of Ohio. Translated from the Original German Manuscript and Edited by Eugene F. Bliss. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1885) (Author: Zeisberger, David, 1721-1808; Bliss, Eugene Frederick, 1836-1918)

6               Diary of David Zeisberger, a Moravian Missionary among the Indians of Ohio. Translated from the Original German Manuscript and Edited by Eugene F. Bliss. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1885) (Author: Zeisberger, David, 1721-1808; Bliss, Eugene Frederick, 1836-1918)

7               Great Men of the Christian Church. By Williston Walker, Professor in Yale University. (1922) (Author: Walker, Williston, 1860-1922) (Justin Martyr.--Tertullian.--Athanasius.--Augustine.--Patrick.--Benedict.--Hildebrand.--Godfrey.--Francis.--Thomas Aquinas.--John Wiclif.--Martin Luther.--John Calvin.--John Knox.--Ignatius Loyola.--George Fox.--Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf.--John Wesley.--Jonathan Edwards.--Horace Bushnell.)

8               Historical Incidents in the Lives of Joachim and Anna Catharine Senseman, and his Son, Gottlob Senseman, and his wife, who were Missionaries among the North American Indians, with Count Zinzendorf, David Zeisberger, John Beckewelder, and others, (Beginning A. D. 1742.) Compiled from Various Sources, by Abraham Henry Senseman, Great Grand-Son of Joachim Senseman. (1881) (Author: Senseman, Abraham Henry Subject: Senseman family)

9               History of the Moravian Church in Philadelphia, from its Foundation in 1742 to the Present Time. Comprising Notices, Defensive of its Founder and Patron, Count Nicholas Ludwig Von Zinzendorf. Together with an Appendix. By Abraham Ritter. (1857) (Author: Ritter, Abraham, 1792-1860)

10            The Liturgy and the Offices of Worship and Hymns of The American Province of the United Fratrum; or,  The Moravian Church. (1908)

11            Memorials of the Moravian Church. Edited by William C. Reichel, Member of the Moravian Historical Society, and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. (1870) (Author: Reichel, William Cornelius, 1824-1876, ed; Zinzendorf, Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von, 1700-1760; Mack, John Martin, bp., 1715-1784) (Introduction.--Count Zinzendorf's observations on the North American Indians.--A narrative of his journey among the Delawares.--His narrative of a visitation to the mission among the Mohicans of New York.--His narrative of a journey to the Susquehanna.--J. Martin Mack's narrative of Count Zinzendorf's sojourn among the Shawnees of Wyoming.--Count Zinzendorf's review of his experience among the North American Indians.--Count Zinzendorf's plan of the Moravian mission among the Indians.--Names and notices of the Christian Indians who lie buried in the Moravian grave-yard at Bethlehem, Pa.--Annals of early Moravian settlement in Georgia and Pennsylvania.--The accounts of the Moravian brethren at Bethlehem, Pa., with the commissioners of the province of Pennsylvania, during the Indian war of 1755 and 1756.)

12            The Banished Count; or, The Life of Nicholas Lewis Zinzendorf. From the French of M. Felix Bovet. By Rev. John Gill. (1865) (Author: Bovet, Félix, 1824-1903. [from old catalog]; Gill, John, [from old catalog] tr)

13            The Early History of the Church of the United Brethren, (Unitas Fratrum) Commonly Called Moravians, in North America, A. D. 1734-1748. By the Rev. Levin Theodore Reichel, Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and of the Moravian Historical Society. (1888) (Author: Reichel, Levin Theodore, 1812-1878)

14            The Evangelical Succession; A Course of Lectures Delivered in St. George's Free Church, Edinburgh, 1882-1883. Second Series. (1883) (Subject: Calvin, Jean, 1509-1564; Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572; Henderson, Alexander, 1583?-1646; Rutherford, Samuel, 1600?-1661; Leighton, Robert, 1611-1684; Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691; Zinzendorf, Nicolaus Ludwig, Graf von, 1700-1760) (I. Calvin. By the Rev. Professor Candlish, D.D. II. Knox. By the Rev. R. W. Barbour, M.A. III. Henderson. By the Rev. G. W. Thomson, M.A. IV. Rutherfurd. By Alexander Taylor Innes, Esquire. V. Leighton. By the Rev. Professor Blaikie, D.D. VI. Baxter. By the Rev. James Stalker, M.A. VII. Zinzendorf. By the Rev. Professor Binnie, D.D.)

15            The Gospel in Bohemia. Sketches of Bohemian Religious History. By E. Jane Whately, Author of "How to Answer Objections to Revealed Religion," "Cousin Mabel's Experiences," Etc. (1877) (Author: Whately, E. J. (Elizabeth Jane), 1822-1893 Subject: Bohemian Brethren; Moravian Church; Bohemia (Czech Republic) -- Church history)

16            The Life of Nicholas Lewis, Count Zinzendorf, Bishop and Ordinary of the Church of the United (or Moravian) Brethren. By the Rev. August Gottlieb Spangenberg. Translated from the German, by Samuel Jackson, Esquire. With an Introductory Preface, by the Rev. P. La Trobe. (1838) (Author: Spangenberg, August Gottlieb, 1704-1792)

 


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1               Ecclesiastes; or, Koheleth. American Edition. Edited, with Annotations, Dissertations on Leading          Ideas, together with a new Metrical Version and an Introduction thereto. By Professor Tayler             Lewis, A.M., Professor of the German Language and Literature, Union College, New York. (1898)             (Author: Zöckler, Otto, 1833-1906; Lewis, Tayler, 1802-1877; Wells, William, d. 1907)

 

2               The Books of the Chronicles. Theologically and Homiletically Expounded by Dr. Otto Zockler,    D.D., Professor of Theology in the University of Greifswald, Prussia. Translated, Enlarged, and          Edited by James G. Murphy, LL.D., Professor in the General Assembly's and the Queen's College              at Belfast. (1877) (Author: Zöckler, Otto, 1833-1906; Murphy, James Gracey, 1808-1896, ed.   and tr; Lange, Johann Peter, 1802-1884)

3               The Book of Job. A Rhythmical Version with Introduction and Annotations. By Professor Tayler                  Lewis, LL.D., Union College, Schenectady, New York. A Commentary by Otto Zockler, D.D.,      Professor of Theology at Greifswald. Translated from the German with Additions by Professor L.             J. Evans, D.D., Lane Theological Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio. Together with a General Introduction                   to the Poetical Books by Philip Schaff. (1902) (Author: Zöckler, Otto, 1833-1906; Lewis, Tayler,    1802-1877; Evans, Llewelyn J., 1833-1892, tr; Schaff, Philip, 1819-1893)

4               The Book of the Prophet Daniel. Theologically and Homiletically Expounded by Dr. Otto Zockler,              Professor of Theology in the University of Greifswald, Prussia. Translated, Enlarged, and Edited by James Strong, S.T.D., Professor of Exegetical Theology in Drew Theological Seminary,              Madison, New Jersey. (1899) (Author: Zöckler, Otto, 1833-1906; Strong, James, 1822-1894)

5               The Lutheran Cyclopedia. Edited by Henry Eyster Jacobs, D.D., LL.D., Dean of the Lutheran        Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Rev. John A. W. Haas, B.D. With the Co-           operation of Professor O. Zockler, University of Greifswald, and other European Scholars and                   Representative Scholars from the various Synods. (1899) (Author: Jacobs, Henry Eyster, 1844-           1932; Haas, John Augustus William, 1862-; Zöckler, Otto, 1833-1906)

6               The Proverbs of Solomon. Theologically and Homiletically Expounded. Translated and Edited by             Rev. Charles A. Aiken, D.D., President of Union College, Schenectady, New York. (1874) (Author:          Zöckler, Otto, 1833-1906; Aiken, Charles Augustus, 1827-1892)

 


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1               Exercises of Piety. For the use of Enlightened and Virtuous Christians. (1796)

2               Sermons on the Dignity of man and the Value of the Objects Principally Relating to Human Happiness. In Two Volumes. Volume 1 (1802) (Author: Zollikofer, Georg Joachim, 1730-1788; Tooke, William, 1744-1820)

3               Sermons on the Dignity of man and the Value of the Objects Principally Relating to Human Happiness. In Two Volumes. Volume 2 (1802) (Author: Zollikofer, Georg Joachim, 1730-1788; Tooke, William, 1744-1820)

 



Zollikoffer, Johann (German Reformed) (1633-1692)

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1               A Newly Opened Treasury of Heavenly Incense; or, Christian's Companion, containing Instructions, and Devotional Exercises, applicable to all Persons and Circumstances in Life. Translated and Compiled Chiefly from the Celebrated work on these Subjects of the Rev. John Zollikoffer, of Herisa in Europe. To which are Prefixed Three Celebrated Sermons, by the Late Rev. John M. Mason, D.D. and Rev. Alexander M'Clelland, D.D., now Professor in the Theological Seminary in New Brunswick, New Jersey. By John S. Ebaugh, V.B.D.  (1837)

 


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1               Georgia Historical Society Collections, Volume XXI. The Journal of the Reverend John Joachim                 Zubly, A.M., D.D., March 5, 1770 through June 22, 1781. Edited by Lilla Mills Hawes, Director          Emeritus, Georgia Historical Society. (1989)

2               The Law of Liberty. A Sermon on American Affairs, Preached at the Opening of the Provincial    Congress of Georgia. Addressed to the Right Honorable the Earl of Dartmouth. With an          Appendix, giving a concise Account of the Struggles of Switzerland to Recover their Liberty. By                  John J. Zubly, D.D. (1775)

 


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