Beliefs: Mennonite Faith and Practice
Ask any person randomly on the sidewalk what they know about the Mennonites and chances are their answer will include Mormons, black clothes and buggies, or general confusion. This short, engaging book gives a brief account of what Mennonites believe.
From the beginnings of the Anabaptist movement in the 16th-century, to biblical interpretation, baptism, understandings of the church, ethics, and the complex question of denominationalism, the author provides a solid framework for on-going conversations about faithful discipleship in the Mennonite church today.
See Roth's related books in this trilogy, Practices and Stories.
Also available in Korean.
Please not that the loan copy has a cover from the original printing (2005).
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