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Formative years[ edit ] The Zinzendorfs belonged to one of the most ancient of noble families in Lower Austria. Their seat was in KarlstettenLower Austria.
Family members occupied many important positions in the imperial household, at the Reformation they became Lutherans. Among the Zinzendorf ancestors was the Emperor Maximillian I. Zinzendorf's great grandfather was made an Imperial count. His son Erasmus Maximillian von Zinzendorf chose to sell his Austrian possessions and emigrate to Franconia rather than accept forced conversion to Catholicism.
His children entered the service of the Electors of Brandenburg and of Saxonywhile Zinzendorf's father was in the service of the Saxon Elector at Dresden at the time of his youngest son's birth. He died six weeks later and the child was sent to live with his maternal grandmother and an aunt.
His parents were engaged in Pietist circles and had Philipp Jakob Spener appointed as his godfather. His mother married again when he was four years old, and he was educated under the charge of his pietistic Lutheran grandmother, Henriette Catharina von Gersdorffwho did much to shape his character.
His school days were spent at Halle where Pietism was strong, and inhe went to the University of Wittenbergto study law so as to be ready for a diplomatic career. Three years later, he was sent to travel in the Netherlandsin France, and in various parts of Germany, where he made the personal acquaintance of men distinguished for practical goodness and belonging to a variety of churches.
He had previously, in deference to his family who wished him to become a diplomat, rejected the invitation of August Hermann Francke to take Baron von Canstein 's place in the Halle Orphanage ; and he now resolved to settle down as a landownerspending his life on behalf of his tenantry.
He bought Berthelsdorf from his grandmother, Baroness von Gersdorf. Wanting to demonstrate practical application of Spener's Pietist ideals. Their printing-house at Ebersdorf now in Thuringia printed large quantities of inexpensive Bibles, catechisms, hymnals and religious tracts.
Religious Freedom and Discord[ edit ] A dislike of the dry Lutheran orthodoxy of the period gave Zinzendorf some sympathy with that side of the growing rationalism which was attacking dogmawhile at the same time he felt its lack of earnestness, and of a true and deep understanding of religion and of Christianity, and endeavoured to counteract these defects by pointing men to the historical Christand seeking to recapture practices and spirituality of the apostolic church.
InZinzendorf offered asylum to a number of persecuted wanderers from Moravia and Bohemia parts of Czech Republic todayand permitted them to build the village of Herrnhut on a corner of his estate of Berthelsdorf. Most of the initial refugees who came to this asylum were recruited by Christian David and came from areas where the early Protestant groups such as the Unitas Fratrum had been dominant prior to the Thirty Years' War.
As the village grew it became known as a place of religious freedom, and attracted individuals from a variety of persecuted groups, including the Schwenkfelders.
The concentration of differing beliefs in the village produced intense conflict. Some, including village founder Christian David, got caught up in apocalyptic fanaticism, referring to Zinzendorf as the Beast of the Apocalypseand Rothe as the False Prophet.
Zinzendorf finally took an indefinite leave from his court commission in Dresden and moved back to his estate to devote himself full-time to reconciliation of the conflict.
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