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Walter Klaassen was perhaps the first Mennonite scholar to define Anabaptists that way in his 1960 Oxford dissertation.

Anabaptists is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Anabaptists books and related discussion.

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THE ANABAPTISTS: neither Catholics nor Protestants Part 1
1. THE ANABAPTISTS: neither. Catholics nor Protestants by William R.
Who were the Anabaptists
Anabaptist tradition offer to Christians at the start of the 21 st century?
Henry VIII: Supremacy, Religion, And The Anabaptists
Bullinger and the Anabaptists
10. ANNEX . 2004.
The Secret of the Strength-What Would the Anabaptists Tell This
while his Anabaptist mother shouted encouragement from the riverbank. To be sure, I found that the Anabaptists also turned to the Bible in serious study.

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Austrians claim Anabaptist past
By Dora Dueck A 15-meter galley ship tucked into the ruins of a castle in Austria restores to public memory a dramatic episode in Anabaptist history — a piece of a past nearly forgotten in that country.
Was Kierkegaard an evangelical? Part 1
Give Pacifism a Chance
Seventeenth-century Anabaptists believed that nonresistance was purifying in a corrupted world. Colonial Quakers thought their refusal to fight would serve as a witness to God's kingdom of peace and the sacred quality of individual life.
Exploring forgiveness at Nickel Mines event
22, at the college's Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies.
Mennonites often misunderstood
Menno Simons, a Dutch Catholic priest who converted to Anabaptism, was an early leader in the movement and his followers became known as Mennonites.

Suggested Web Resources

Anabaptist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Anabaptist Mennonites | historic Christian faith and practice
Anabaptists: Dedicated to the presentation of the Christian faith and practice from an historic Anabaptist Mennonite perspective.
Anabaptists: What is an Anabaptist?
A violent and extremely radical body of ecclesiastico-civil reformers which first made its appearance in 1521 at Zwickau.
Hall of Church History—The Anabaptists
A brief overview from an alien (Calvinist) perspective.

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