By Cornelius J. Dyck

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Scripture quotations are from the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright 1946, 1952, 1971 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA. Used by permission. PHOTO CREDITS: The majority of the photographs in this book and all cover photos are from the Anabaptist Heritage Collection of Jan Gleysteen, Scottdale, Pennsylvania. Exceptions are as follows: p. 120, Alan Kreider; 239 (top), Harold Lambert; 281, 285 from Center for M. B. Studies in Canada; 289, 298 (J.

41. 6. Jarold Knox Zeman, The Anabaptists and the Czech Brethren in Moravia 15261628. : Mouton, 1969. 7. Calvin Augustine Pater, Karlstadt as the Father of the Baptist Movements. : University of Toronto Press, 1984. Other Resources: ME 5:749753. Bruce L. Shelley, Church History in Plain Language. : Word Publishing, 1982, pp. 179273. , Christianity. A Social and Cultural History. : Macmillan, 1991, pp. 145360. : The University of Chicago Press, 1978. Page 33 2 Anabaptist Origins Anabaptism was a sixteenth-century church reform movement with roots in religious, social, economic, and political conditions in most of Western Europe.

By mid-second century the Epistle to Diognetus reminded the persecutors that they were fighting a losing battle: "Do you not see that the more of them are punished, the more do others increase? " The church had indeed spread incredibly, from Rome to Asia Minor and India, from Europe to North Africa. It included men and women of many different cultural backgrounds. Some of its leading teachers and writers, like Tertullian, Cyprian, Augustine, and others, were North Africans. Some of its major leaders, as in Montanism, which tried to restore a declining emphasis upon the Holy Spirit, were women.

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