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One Church #1: From Baptist to Anabaptist (Greg Boyd)

Greg Boyd shows us how to embrace our distinctive beliefs while stressing one faith and keeping the bond of peace. http://themeetinghouse.com/teaching http:/...

Ordinary Radicals #1 - Anabaptist Invasion

The first followers of Jesus were considered radical. They believed they followed a king and were part of a Kingdom that gave them a radical counter-cultural...

The Spread of the Anabaptists -The Story of the Amish, Mennonites, and Hutterites

This is a very brief overview of the history of the Anabaptists, beginning in Zurich in 1525 and tracing their paths to the present. This was originally prep...

Heidi Miller Yoder - Anabaptist Theology

Heidi Miller Yoder, assistance professor of worship and spiritual formation at Eastern Mennonite University, provides reflections on Anabaptist distinctives ...

Reformation Overview The Anabaptists 5a

Here at last are the ones I can identify the most with. They were called the Radicals and for their time they were. By being baptised as adults they were den...

The Anabaptist Vision

http://www.RadicalReformation.com ...The Anabaptist Vision was a message preached by Harold S. Bender at Columbia University in 1943. It is a radical Christi...

Anabaptist Street Preachers

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Anabaptist History (Day 1) Welcome

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Falkenstein Castle: Radical Christian Testimony from early Anabaptist (Hutterite).

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Down to The River (Lighthouse Anabaptist Church)

Down to the River for Preaching, singing, and Baptisms 2013. Lighhouse Anabaptist Church. LighthouseAnabaptist.com Pastor Aaron Brummitt 2136 W. Atlantic Spr...

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Mennonite World Review
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 05:05:49 -0700

At Trachselwald Castle, Veraguth believes, “the cloud of witnesses can be literally felt more than at any other museum of Anabaptist history. ” Veraguth, who has Anabaptist ancestors, traveled from Pennsylvania to Indiana in late July and early August ...
Mennonite World Review
Mon, 04 Aug 2014 05:05:08 -0700

Mirabal became committed to Anabaptist theology through a course he took as a youth. John Driver, a former MMN worker, presented the course in Colombia and invited Mennonites from Venezuela also. Now, Mirabal teaches some courses and encourages ...

New York Times

New York Times
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 12:56:18 -0700

There are now about 16,500 Amish in the state, up from about 10,100 in 2008, making it by far the fastest-growing Amish population among the 10 states with the most Amish, according to the Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies at ...

Calgary Herald

Calgary Herald
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 18:41:15 -0700

Hutterites are tight-knit groups of Anabaptist Christians who believe in sharing goods communally. Leaving is rare and being gay, unheard of. “In Hutterite culture, you're never exposed to anyone that's gay,” said Hofer, who himself didn't learn the ...
Ahwatukee Foothills News
Thu, 21 Aug 2014 04:15:00 -0700

The name Anabaptist was not so much a description as it was a condemnation. The Anabaptists were “anti-baptizers,” scorning infant baptism and a heap of other cherished church doctrines. Because of this, and their refusal to join their faith to the ...
The Jewish Press
Wed, 20 Aug 2014 12:07:30 -0700

They even built new walls designed to stop Anabaptist emissaries from spreading their beliefs and gathering support. Then they brutally starved it out. When the final holdouts surrendered with a promise of safety, they were slaughtered. The leaders of ...
Juniata College
Tue, 19 Aug 2014 10:15:00 -0700

"Biblioteca Politica," a 1650-1690 book containing essays in Latin on the divine right of kings, came to Juniata as part of a huge collection amassed by the Anabaptist collector Abraham Cassel (1820-1908). A note, apparently written by Cassel himself ...
Mennonite World Review
Mon, 18 Aug 2014 05:05:49 -0700

While in North America, Fujii learned how Anabaptist churches work for peace and justice through demonstrating Christ-like responses. He learned about the history and ministries of Mennonite Central Committee and MB Mission in Japan. During his ...

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