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26) These groups became the seed from which later sprang the Anabaptist movement.
For Mennonites and other Anabaptists, the Martyrs Mirror provided a constant reminder of the physical cost of adhering to particular Anabaptist understandings of the Christian faith.
Nolt unpacks myths and misconceptions about the Amish, a Christian church whose origins date back to the 1600th century, the Reformation, the Anabaptists, and Jakob Ammann.
Out of bilateral dialogues, which the Mennonite World Conference had with the Roman Catholic Church (1) and with the Lutheran World Federation, (2) the idea was born to revisit together the Anabaptist dissent, focusing on the theology and practice of Christian baptism.
These west German neighbours of Munster not only feared Anabaptist uprisings in their lands, they also dreaded the prospect of annexation of the bishopric by the neighboring Habsburg Netherlands, ruled by Charles V's sister Mary in Brussels.
In this spirit, Dorothy Yoder Nyce, writing on the fiftieth anniversary of "The Anabaptist Vision," in 1994, questioned the viability of the Anabaptist vision of Bender and his milieu in light of its failure to challenge patriarchal order.
Goshen College and an ordained minister in the Mennonite Church) is a 128 page compendium comprised of erudite commentary on the Christian vocation within an Anabaptist historical context and in the present day.
Beginning with the quintessential Anabaptist image of Dirk Willems, (5) this essay proposes a reconsideration of the how memory and history interact in the process of ecumenical dialogue.
On the other hand, like most proto-orthodox Christians of late antiquity after the apostolic period, most Anabaptist groups also accepted the patriarchy of the Pauline letters and other New Testament texts as a fundamental community-building strategy, especially in the decades after the Peasants' War (1524-1525) and the fall of the Kingdom of Munster in 1535.
Stuart Murray Williams works under the auspices of the Anabaptist Network as a trainer and consultant, with particular interest in urban mission, church planting, and emerging forms of church.
The Work of Jesus Christ in Anabaptist Perspective" is a collection of essays assembled to celebrate the name of J.
Narrative of the Anabaptist Madness: The Overthrow of Munster, the Famous Metropolis of Westphalia.
Readers of Yoder who want to retain the creeds as a foundation can take consolation in his concluding statement: "The creeds are helpful as fences, but affirming, believing, debating for, and fighting for the creeds are probably things on which a radical Anabaptist faith would not concentrate.
There are distinct Anabaptist and spiritualist visions of history, but they are not uniform (chapter six).
Separation And The Sword I Anabaptist Persuasion: Radical Confessional Rhetoric From Schleitheim To Dordrecht by Gerald Biesecker-Mast (Associate Professor of Communication at Bluffington University, Ohio) is a thoughtfully analytical criticism of the Anabaptist confessional argument during the Reformation Era.