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The Clapham Sect or Clapham Saints were a group of Church of England social reformers based in Clapham, London at the beginning of the 19th century (active 1780s–1840s). John Newton (1725-1807) was the founder. They are described by the historian Stephen Michael Tomkins as "a network of friends and families in England, with William Wilberforce as its centre of gravity, who were powerfully bound together by their shared moral and spiritual values, by their religious mission and social activism, by their love for each other, and by marriage". By 1848 when an evangelical John Bird Sumner became Archbishop of Canterbury, between the fourth and third of all Anglican clergy were linked to the movement, which by then had diversified greatly in its goals and they were no longer considered an organ

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  • Clapham Sect
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  • Secte de Clapham
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  • La secte de Clapham est un groupe de prière évangélique au sein de l'Église anglicane à la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Ils contribuèrent à faire abolir l'esclavage en Grande-Bretagne et dans tout l'Empire britannique.
  • La setta di Clapham o santi di Clapham fu un gruppo di riformatori sociali della chiesa d'Inghilterra con sede a Clapham agli inizi del XIX secolo (attiva tra il 1790 e il 1830). Sono descritti dallo storico Stephen Michael Tomkins come "una rete di amici e famiglie in Inghilterra, con William Wilberforce come centro di gravità, che erano fortemente legati dai loro valori morali e spirituali condivisi, dalla loro missione religiosa e attivismo sociale, dal loro amore l'un per l'altro e dal matrimonio".
  • The Clapham Sect or Clapham Saints were a group of Church of England social reformers based in Clapham, London at the beginning of the 19th century (active 1780s–1840s). John Newton (1725-1807) was the founder. They are described by the historian Stephen Michael Tomkins as "a network of friends and families in England, with William Wilberforce as its centre of gravity, who were powerfully bound together by their shared moral and spiritual values, by their religious mission and social activism, by their love for each other, and by marriage". By 1848 when an evangelical John Bird Sumner became Archbishop of Canterbury, between the fourth and third of all Anglican clergy were linked to the movement, which by then had diversified greatly in its goals and they were no longer considered an organ
  • Die sogenannte Clapham Sekte (Clapham Sect) war eine einflussreiche Gruppe von Mitgliedern der Church of England, die als Sozialreformer in England zwischen 1790 und 1830 aktiv war. Die Mitglieder, die prominente und wohlhabende Anglikaner waren, traten für eine Abschaffung der Sklaverei und des Sklavenhandels sowie für eine Reform des Strafvollzugssystems ein.
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