Names and Places Dutch Christian Anarchists: an overview, By André de Raaij
Blaricum <ul><li>Village where the first and most prominent christian anarchist colony was founded, near Laren , where Wa...
Jan Romein (1893-1962) <ul><li>Dutch historian, theoretician on the fin-de-siècle, especially vitriolic on anarchists and...
J.H. Lindeboom <ul><li>Dutch theologian and church historian, author of De stiefkinderen van het Christendom (Christia...
De Hervorming (Reformation) <ul><li>journal of the Nederlandsche Protestantenbond (Union of Dutch Protestants), union o...
H.W.Ph.E. van den Bergh van Eysinga (1868-1920) <ul><li>radical modernist Dutch minister, Tolstoyan, never becoming chri...
H. C.J. Krijthe (1825-1902) <ul><li>Prophet of Coevorden, modernist theologian, freethinker and anarchist </li></ul>
J.H. Gunning (1859-1951) <ul><li>professor of modernist reformed theology, gave a series of lectures on anarchism in 18...
Abraham Kuijper (1837-1920) <ul><li>started a split in the Dutch Reformed Church, called for attention for the social qu...
Louis A. Bähler (1867-1941) <ul><li>main minister in the movement, never went to the colony, caused a rupture in the Dutc...
J.K. van der Veer (1869-1928) <ul><li>conscientious objector about whom Tolstoy wrote The end is nigh , Tolstoyan and ch...
Felix Ortt (1866-1959) <ul><li>most important Dutch christian anarchist theoretician. Civil engineer, philosopher, pedago...
Frederik van Eeden (1860-1932) <ul><li>Dutch author, friend of Ortt's, had his own colony named after Thoreau's Walden ,...
Jac. van Rees (1854-1928) <ul><li>professor of histology, mainly financing the colony but never living there (lived ver...
Anne de Koe (1866-1941) <ul><li>heavily idealist minister. Left colony very soon for Van Eeden's Walden, after leaving th...
S.C. Kijlstra (-1953) <ul><li>leading reverend of the colony, becoming social-democrat after the 1903 events </li></ul>
Lod. van Mierop ( 1876-1930) <ul><li>student of theology, left for the colony, long-time friend and fellow-activist of Fe...
S. van den Berg <ul><li>Jewish christian anarchist, syndicalist organizer and worker in the Rotterdam harbour, asked for a...
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  • 1. Names and Places Dutch Christian Anarchists: an overview, By André de Raaij
  • 2. Blaricum <ul><li>Village where the first and most prominent christian anarchist colony was founded, near Laren , where Walden colony was located. </li></ul>
  • 3. Jan Romein (1893-1962) <ul><li>Dutch historian, theoretician on the fin-de-siècle, especially vitriolic on anarchists and even more on christian anarchism. </li></ul>
  • 4. J.H. Lindeboom <ul><li>Dutch theologian and church historian, author of De stiefkinderen van het Christendom (Christianity’s stepchildren). </li></ul>
  • 5. De Hervorming (Reformation) <ul><li>journal of the Nederlandsche Protestantenbond (Union of Dutch Protestants), union of modernist theologians (started 1870) </li></ul>
  • 6. H.W.Ph.E. van den Bergh van Eysinga (1868-1920) <ul><li>radical modernist Dutch minister, Tolstoyan, never becoming christian anarchist </li></ul>
  • 7. H. C.J. Krijthe (1825-1902) <ul><li>Prophet of Coevorden, modernist theologian, freethinker and anarchist </li></ul>
  • 8. J.H. Gunning (1859-1951) <ul><li>professor of modernist reformed theology, gave a series of lectures on anarchism in 1895 </li></ul>
  • 9. Abraham Kuijper (1837-1920) <ul><li>started a split in the Dutch Reformed Church, called for attention for the social question, as a prime minister an enemy of the workers' movement </li></ul>
  • 10. Louis A. Bähler (1867-1941) <ul><li>main minister in the movement, never went to the colony, caused a rupture in the Dutch Reformed Church, left the ministry in 1911 </li></ul>
  • 11. J.K. van der Veer (1869-1928) <ul><li>conscientious objector about whom Tolstoy wrote The end is nigh , Tolstoyan and christian anarchist, went to colonies in England and returned completely disappointed </li></ul>
  • 12. Felix Ortt (1866-1959) <ul><li>most important Dutch christian anarchist theoretician. Civil engineer, philosopher, pedagogue and much more. </li></ul><ul><li>See: </li></ul><ul><li>http://portrettengalerij.blogspot.com/2007/04/brief-look-at-life-of-felix-ortt.html </li></ul>
  • 13. Frederik van Eeden (1860-1932) <ul><li>Dutch author, friend of Ortt's, had his own colony named after Thoreau's Walden , socialist of his own kind </li></ul>
  • 14. Jac. van Rees (1854-1928) <ul><li>professor of histology, mainly financing the colony but never living there (lived very close by anyway) </li></ul>
  • 15. Anne de Koe (1866-1941) <ul><li>heavily idealist minister. Left colony very soon for Van Eeden's Walden, after leaving that colony he became a social-democrat (and a culturally important one at that) </li></ul>
  • 16. S.C. Kijlstra (-1953) <ul><li>leading reverend of the colony, becoming social-democrat after the 1903 events </li></ul>
  • 17. Lod. van Mierop ( 1876-1930) <ul><li>student of theology, left for the colony, long-time friend and fellow-activist of Felix Ortt </li></ul>
  • 18. S. van den Berg <ul><li>Jewish christian anarchist, syndicalist organizer and worker in the Rotterdam harbour, asked for assistance during a strike in 1906, which effectively marks the end of the first christian anarchist movement </li></ul>