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I read this book a few years back and remember it as a book that was very detailed and informative.
While the subject may sound dry, this is a very readable book, and is quoted as a source by almost every author who makes mention of anything about Mennonite history.
I bought this book for a friend who recently moved to PA from the west, she loves the book and is so thankful that I found it for her.
I bought this book for a friend who recently moved to PA from the west, she loves the book and is so thankful that I found it for her. Thanks!Published 19 months ago by W. Brandon
This book is promoted as an introduction and a popular history to Mennonite History, but Chapter Two (titled "Anabaptist Origins") fails to provide a lucid chronology of its... Read morePublished on October 2, 2008 by Dexter Van Zile
Not for everyone, but if this topic interests you this is the definitive source (that I am aware of.) Not a dry, academic text and very informative.Published on August 26, 2008 by Zander12