The Tauferhole Anabaptist Cave in Switzerland was the meeting place for local Anabaptists to worship undetected by the authorities hunting for them. Undocumented tradition tells us that as many as At last, a guide to help you become familiar with Martyrs Mirror item Twelve chapters form a basic study guide. Includes two reading lists from the Martyrs Mirror with This fully illustrated book is the story of Anabaptist Christen Fankhauser who was a dairy farmer near Trub, Switzerland, who built a hiding place in his barn to hide Anabaptists David Joris c.
Yet during his era he was one of the most important Anabaptist leaders in Peaacemakers must risk danger to be faithful to Jesus.
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Christian Peacemaker Teams—nonviolent Christians—committed to enter situations of conflict are one example. Combining biblical, historical, and theological material with stories told This fictional story is about a family of Anabaptists living in the early s, based on true happenings during the time of the Anabaptist martyrs.
Try to imagine the hardships Sixteen-year-old Peter strains his eyes down the mountain. Six weeks have passed since his minister father was torn from his life by Anabaptist hunters.
How will Peter and his family Named for the well-trodden footpath linking the Schneebeli farmhouse to the old Lunkhofen Castle, this historical fiction chronicles the lives of the six Schneebeli brothers as each navigates his own This volume is a great addition to the bookshelves of historians of early modern gender history and of the Radical Reformation alike.
The Anabaptist women whose lives were notable enough to merit biographical treatments were ipso facto extraordinary women in some ways, and the essays in this volume help to illuminate new aspects of the lives of ordinary Anabaptist women, the environments in which they lived, and the challenges they faced both within and outside their religious communities.
Lecturers on early modern gender and Anabaptist history will also appreciate the wealth of images and anecdotes throughout the book, which may prove useful in a classroom setting. The essays in Sisters are a welcome addition to the field of Anabaptist gender history, and I hope this volume will continue to spur further research on the topic.
Christina Moss , Ph. Read Grebel's full land acknowledgement.
Skip to main Skip to footer. During the upheavals of Reformation, one of the most significant of the radical Protestant movements emerged - that of the Anabaptist movement.
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Profiles of Anabaptist Women provides lively, well-researched portraits of the courageous women who chose to risk persecution and martyrdom to pursue this unsanctioned religion - a religion that, unlike the established religions of the day, initially offered them opportunity and encouragement to proselytize and take on leadership roles. From commoners to nobility, from ordinary rebaptized members to martyrs and leaders, these profiles focus on the turning point in women's lives. Derived from sixteenth-century government records and court testimonies, hymns, songs, and poems, they provide a panorama of life and faith experiences of women from Switzerland, Germany, Holland, and Austria.
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