LABADIE, Jean de


LABADIE, Jean de
(1610–1674)
   Born in Bourg (Bordeaux, France), de Labadie was appointed a Calvinist minister at Middel burg, Zeeland, in 1666 but was removed in 1669 because of hetero doxy. He settled in Herford (Westphalia, Germany) and later Altona (Holstein, then Denmark) with some adherents of his pietistic mil lennial teachings. The members of the mystic sect shared their goods and did not accept civil marriage. After the death of their leader, the community found a haven in the village of Wiuwert, Frisia, at the castle of the Van Aerssen sisters. Poet Anna Maria van Schurman (1607–1678) and the famous painter Maria Sibylla Merian joined the sect. After the death of the new leader, Pierre Yvon (1640–1707), the community declined and extinguished about 1732.
   See also Further reformation.

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