Boehmenism

noun Boeh·men·ism \ˈbāməˌnizəm\
variants: or

Behmenism

Definition of Boehmenism

plural

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  1. :  the mystical teaching of Böhme which exerted an influence on George Fox and Quakerism

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Origin and Etymology of boehmenism

after Jakob Böhme (Boehme or in England Behmen) †1624 German theosophist & mystic


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