Why I am a Mennonite: Essays on Mennonite Identity
ed. Harry Loewen
Book, 1988, 350 pp
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This book will help readers reflect on what it means to be Mennonite in the modern world. It contains 30 autobiographical essays by men and women from Canada, the United States, and Europe who consider themselves to be Mennonite. Whether theologians, historians, writers, businesspersons, farmers, professors, or politicians - all were given complete freedom to write as they see fit.
|Genre||Personal Theory/Thesis, Biography/Autobiography|
|Topic||Anabaptist Theology, Canadian Mainline Mennonite Cultural Identites|
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