A Second Solemn Call on Mr. Zinzendorf, otherwise call'd Count Zinzendorf, & Co.: The Author and Advocate of the Sect of the Herrnhuters, Commonly Known by the Name of Moravians or Unitas Fratrum
A second solemn call on Mr. Zinzendorf, otherwise call'd Count Zinzendorf, &c. : The author and advocate of the sect of the Herrnhuters, commonly known by the name of Moravians or Unitas Fratrum ... With some remarks concerning a pamphlet, intitled, An essay towards giving some just ideas of the personal character of Count Zinzendorf, &c.
London: : printed for A. Linde, 1757
Octavo. viii, 58, 76 pp. Lacking final page of adverts. Later wraps, paper title label. Chipping loss to spine, shaken. Armorial bookplate of James Carrington. Occasional spotting, title page soiled. Sabin 71407.
The articles by Rimius deal with Zinzenforf and the early church in Germany. One article references the church in Pennsylvania and Georgia. Rimius was a vigorous opponent of the Moravians and Zinzendorf. He spent two years attempting to show the Moravians were gang of political agitators and an empire within an empire with there own magistrates, secret laws and courts of justice. The denouncement of the sect by Wesley, Whitefield, Lavington Rimius prevented Zinzenford to securely establish an English branch of the Moravian church.