About the Swedenborg Foundation
The Swedenborg Foundation is an independent, educational US-based nonprofit that serves to publish, preserve, and promote the life-guiding principles of eighteenth-century spiritual world explorer Emanuel Swedenborg. We produce faith and spirituality-based content across a variety of media, both online and in print.
Join historian and author John S. Haller, Jr., for a virtual lecture series titled Swedenborg, Homeopathy and America’s Reform Tradition. Throughout this three-part series, John will discuss many of the fascinating topics that he’s written about in his books for the Swedenborg Foundation and the Swedenborg Society.
We’re proud to announce that our latest Swedenborg Studies Series title “Swedenborg’s Principles of Usefulness: Social Reform Thought from the Enlightenment to American Pragmatism” is now available in hardcover and as an e-book.
Our 2020 annual meeting was later than usual after coronavirus-induced delays, but life and annual members gathered virtually on September 19 to hear about our activities in 2019.
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History and Mission
The Swedenborg Foundation was created in 1849 to publish and distribute the works of Emanuel Swedenborg.
You can join our vibrant online community through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more! Our Community page also includes resources for people looking for churches or other Swedenborgian groups in their area.
We work with local partners to host small-scale community events as well as larger-scale events for fans of our offTheLeftEye YouTube channel.