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I was tasked with reading this work for a book report in my Baptist Heritage class at SWBTS. I was intrigued, having discovered via Ancestry that a distant relative of my father... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kenneth C. Hartman
Great book! this is the true reformation! these were the true believers of that time period (as opposed to the heretics of the so-called reformation) read it and be enlightened! Read morePublished 3 months ago by ecfc
I think the biggest surprise and impact of this book is the clear connection to both religious and political thought today in Western societies. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Wilson
This is the finest single volume on Anabaptist history I've ever read. It is a suitable resource for the well-informed and those who are not so well versed in this subject matter.Published 8 months ago by Mike Barker
The book is very informative about part of my family's history. It was a little on the scholarly side for me to rate it a 5. More detail than was looking for. Read morePublished 9 months ago by James Flaming
Nice addition to my collection of books about the Amish
an informative recording of the plight of a minority of sincere believers.of considerable interest to some one with my interest in theology and history.a good red.Published 10 months ago by john d mcmichael
Historians have tended to leave out the importance of the Anabaptists in recording the reformation while concentrating on the magisterial reformers. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Peter Geoffrey Atkinson