Anabaptist-Mennonite Confessions of Faith: The Development of a Tradition

Book, 2004, 178 pp
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This book sets out to recover the theological tradition of Mennonites and other communities within the Anabaptist stream. Moving beyond early Anabaptist beginnings and giving attention to the Mennonite confessions of faith of the early seventeenth century, the author discovers an identifiable and coherent Anabaptist-Mennonite theological tradition. This tradition is an important horizon for assimilating the past, and provides a point of departure for those of the Anabaptist and Mennonite tradition who wish to be able to articulate their convictions in the church and the world.

For a tradition to be usable it must not only point to a multiplicity of voices and opinions, it must also illuminate points of unity and have the capacity to orient the contemporary church. Readers will find this book helpful both in its historical approach and in its applications to current discussions within the church.
TopicConfessions of Faith
PublisherPandora Press

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