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Boehme

[ bey-muh, boh-; German -muh ]

noun

  1. Ja·kob [yah, -kawp]. Böhme, Jakob.


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The third settler was George Boehme, who landed with the first steamer and, within an hour or two, invested in lots.

Boehme always professed that a direct inward opening or illumination was the only source of his speculative power.

Richter died in August 1624, and Boehme did not long survive his pertinacious foe.

Boehme is always greatest when he breaks away from his fancies and his trammels, and allows speech to the voice of his heart.

Boehme does not resort to dualism, nor has he the smallest sympathy with a pantheistic repudiation of the fact of sin.

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