Swedenborgianism (also called The New Church) was a Protestant Christian movement derived from the ideas of Swedish mystic and scientist Emanuel Swedenborg (1688-1772). Swedenborgianism arose after Swedenborg's death, developing as a religious movement in England in 1787 before reaching the U. S. in 1817. Swedenborg's teachings advocated one universal Christian church over many Christian denominations, encouraged good living according to the Bible's mandates as the primary means of salvation rather than justification only through faith, and differed with many Christian churches in arguing against the Trinitarian view of God as three separate persons-in-one (Wikipedia).

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