Separation and the Sword in Anabaptist Persuasion: The C. Henry Smith Series Volume 6

Book, 2006, 311 pp
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Through rhetorical criticism of Anabaptist confessional argument during the Reformation era, the book describes the relationship between separation and peace articulated by Anabaptist leaders and writers in the decades following the adoption of the Schleitheim Brotherly Union in 1527. By exploring this rhetoric of peaceable Anabaptist persuasion, the book provides resources for all nonconformists who seek to make peace through spiritual practice and public argument. Includes extensive notes, bibliography, and index.

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