Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf

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German theologian (1700-1760)


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(18) The genre was revived in Moravian circles of the eighteenth century by Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf and Samuel Lieberkuhn and found use in translation in several missionary locales.
That year, their settlement was visited by their German patron, Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf. When the community met for vigil services on Christmas Eve, the count led them in a hymn that begins "Not Jerusalem --lowly Bethlehem/'Twas that gave us Christ to save us.' The event is recalled by a plaque on an exterior wall of the Hotel Bethlehem (which stands on the site of the log stable in which the service was conducted) as well as by a mural in its Pioneer Room.
August Hermann Francke and Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf appear as the principal characters in this history because they were remarkably connected with many of the indigenous revival stirrings and much of the ecclesiastical maneuvering that occurred throughout Europe then.