Cities of Refuge: Stories from Anabaptist-Mennonite History and Life

Book, 2010, 344 pp
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Spanning 500 years of Anabaptist migration from 16th century Europe to modern day Canada, Loewen's stories centre on the Mennonite struggle to find a sense of home in the world but not of the world. Early Mennonites, on a quest for permanence and security away from home, sought "cities of refuge," places where tolerant rulers would allow them to live according to their faith, values and tradition. The enduring faith of the Mennonites lies at the heart of these stories.

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