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  • Anabaptist definition, a member of any of various Protestant sects, formed in Europe after 1520, that denied the validity of infant baptism, baptized believers onl See more. — “Anabaptist | Define Anabaptist at ”,
  • These are links to Anabaptist related organizations sorted by subject. The Anabaptist Network is not responsible for content of these sites, nor does our listing of them constitute an endorsement. Not all Anabaptists think alike. To see all these links in one page click here. — “Anabaptist Links”,
  • Features Anabaptist churches, publishing houses, statement of faith, history, articles, and magazines. — “Anabaptists”,
  • Only individuals of this type could (and would) ever join the Anabaptist brotherhoods; those who passively despaired of any essential change of life could never understand the Anabaptists both in their everyday life and in their stand at trials. — “Anabaptist Theology”,
  • . Peter was commanded to sheathe his sword. All Christians are commanded to love their enemies Tell me, how can a Christian defend Scripturally retaliation, rebellion, war, striking, slaying, torturing, stealing, robbing and. — “anabaptist”,
  • Anabaptist n. A member of a radical movement of the 16th-century Reformation that viewed baptism solely as an external witness to a believer's. — “Anabaptist: Definition from ”,
  • The Anabaptists believed that other Protestant reformers (such as Martin Luther) were right in demanding reform of the Roman Catholic Church, but they complained that, in some respects, Adult Baptism — The term "Anabaptist" literally means "re-baptizer. — “Messiah College: Sider Institute”, messiah.edu
  • Anabaptist online resource center for Anabaptist History, Doctrine, Books and Bible Study Material. — “The Aletheian Landmarks - An Anabaptist Website by”,
  • This article describes the Anabaptists of 16th-century Europe and their direct descendants, particularly the Amish, Hutterites, and Mennonites. The name Anabaptist is derived from this, because credobaptism was considered heresy by all other major Christian denominations at the time of the. — “Anabaptist - Kosmix : Reference, Videos, Images, News”,
  • Anabaptist (Protestantism), (from Greek ana, "again")member of a fringe, or radical, movement of the Protestant Reformation and spiritual ancestor of modern Baptists, Mennonites, and Quakers. The movement's most distinctive tenet was adult. — “Anabaptist (Protestantism) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia”,
  • Menno's followers would eventually form the Mennonite tradition and become the only lasting Anabaptist tradition. Most scholars, however, point to three centers of early Anabaptist ferment: in Zurich, led by Felix Mantz and Conrad Grebel; in. — “Anabaptist Origins, Anabaptist History, Anabaptist Beliefs”,
  • Tagged as: anabaptist, baptism, history, mennonite, mennonite baptism, pouring. No Anabaptist Doctrine. Anabaptist Clothing. African American Mennonite. — “The Anabaptist/Mennonite Faith”,
  • In addition to including basic information about specific regions and Anabaptist-related groups, the Global Anabaptist Wiki is a place for collecting personal stories that highlight what it means to be an Anabaptist-Mennonite in your part of the world. You don't have to be an expert!. — “Global Anabaptist Wiki - Anabaptistwiki”,
  • Anabaptists (Greek ana+baptizo "re-baptizers", German: Wiedertäufer) were Christians of the Radical Reformation. The term was coined by critics, who objected to the Anabaptist practice of rebaptizing adults who had previously been. — “Anabaptist - Religion-wiki”,
  • The Anabaptists and other groups originated in the Protestant Reformation of the six***th century. Zwingli and the Zurich City Council reacted against the so-called Anabaptists with a program of intense persecution. — “Swiss Mennonite History”,
  • Anabaptists were routinely hunted by Täufenjager (baptist hunters) and executed through drownings (mockingly called the third This ***ogy is not intended to legitimize draft-card burning nor to denigrate Anabaptist martyrdom, only to illustrate the Severe Cost that is required of those who. — “Anabaptism in 16th Century Europe”, cob-
  • Anabaptists rejected conventional Christian practices such as wearing wedding rings, taking oaths, and participating in civil government. The Anabaptists insisted upon the "free course" of the Holy Spirit in. — “Anabaptist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Anabaptists ("re-baptizers", from Greek ana and baptizo; in German: The term was coined by critics, who objected to the practice of performing baptism for adults whose previous baptism, as infants, the Anabaptists claimed was not valid. — “Anabaptist - Definition”,
  • Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is an Anabaptist? An Anabaptist is a member of one of the many Anabaptist Christian sects which emerged during the Radical Reformation in the 1600s or even later. — “What is an Anabaptist?”,
  • But, strictly speaking, the label Anabaptist as it is employed today more properly applies to the less-radical Radicals—men such as Conrad Grebel and Menno Simons, whose movements endure today in Amish and For example, these five tenets might be identified as Anabaptist distinctives:. — “Hall of Church History—The Anabaptists”,
  • includes Anabaptist e-literature and sermon audio for spiritual inspiration, Biblical insights. — “Anabaptist Faith | Biblical e-Literature, Sermon Audio”,

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  • Notes Variants The Anabaptist movement and its variants are exceedingly complex therefore a chart has been provided to assist in the understanding of the changes that have gone on since the six***th century The Anabaptists began in three different communities the oldest of
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  • fellowship and Bible study Grebel wrote to both Andreas Karlstadt and Martin Luther in Germany in 1524 hoping to build connections with the other reformers which did not eventuate Grebel and the radicals came into harsh conflict with Zwingli over the issue of infant baptism A public debate was held on 17 January 1525 when Zwingli argued against Grebel Felix Manz
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  • About us Anabaptism today is less about making creedal statements which can divide and separate people and more about a life of discipleship together where belief inspires and shapes conviction and
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  • Anabaptists and Baptism This is an extract from the course "A Brief History of Christian Baptism". It looks at the Anabaptist movement. To purchase the accompanying book "A Brief History of the Sacraments: Baptism and Communion", see Robert is available as a guest speaker in the Atlanta/North Georgia area. For details, see Join the "Christian History & Theology Courses" group on Facebook!
  • Missional Anabaptist Identity Core Values of Lancaster Conference
  • Anabaptists -- The Primary Thing Mennonite spokesman Augsburger talks about the Anabaptists movement which the movie "The Radicals" is based on. Part 2 of 4
  • Your Friends and Neighbors: Jim the Anabaptist Fireman (Ep. 1) Meet Jim. He's a fireman who refuses to rescue people until they're old enough to accept him as their personal rescuer.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 8) The Early Swiss Brethren This in Message 8 and a 5 week series on the History of the Anabaptist. The message starts with the last days of Zwingli including his time at the Marburg Colloquy and his death at the battle of Kappel. A brief discussion about the use of the Sword follows that section. Following this the early days of the Swiss Brethren are looked at . THe early leaders of this time period are mentioned including Balthasar Hubmaier, Michael Sattler, Pilgram Marpeck, Wilhelm Reublin, Hans Hut and Hand Denck. The Martyrs Synod and the Theology of Martyrdom is also discussed in brief. The date should read 2012 not 2010...sorry! The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching! :-)
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  • Pardon Me, O My God - Anabaptist Martyr Hymn A hymn written by Tieleman J. van Braght, a Dutch Mennonite elder who wrote the Martyrs' Mirror, a record of the lives of over 4000 16th century Anabaptist-Mennonites who were tortured and died for their biblical beliefs, under the hands of both Roman Catholics and magisterial Protestants. Please click to play all the featured Christian hymns:
  • Anabaptist Caves This cave became famous and named in the 16th century, when Täufer (Anabaptists) used the cave as a hiding place. The Anabaptists were a group of Christians that separated from the church in 1524 to follow their own beliefs: which included the rejection of Infant Baptism. Hence the prefix 'ana' which means 'again'.
  • Anabaptists at the crossroads Song by Brian Doerkesen (Lead us Lord) Pictures of Anabaptist story and the present with a look to "what is still to come"
  • Anabaptists -- Disciples of Jesus Christ Mennnonite spokesman Augsburger talks about the Anabaptists movement which the movie "The Radicals" is based on. Part 4 of 4
  • Anabaptist History (Day 9) The Martyrdom of Michael Sattler and the Schleitheim Confession This is day 9 in a 5 week session on Anabaptist history. [Oops. The date at the beginning should read January 2012.] In this message the beginnings of the Swiss Brethren and South German Anabaptist are discussed. More is also shared about Pilgram Marpeck in this section. Leonhard Schiemer life is briefly touch on but a moment is taken to discuss the deep spiritual teachings of Leonhard Schiemer . His concept that we as Christians must have Christ IN us and not just a mental faith came out in his writings. Michael Sattler's life and teachings are discussed at length. The full account of his Martyrdom is given as well as his letter to the Reformers earn he left Strasbourg. It was noted the use of the word "brother in God" that he used to the Strausburg Protestant reformers. Finally the students and the teacher discussed the Schleitheim confession and the First Congregational Order. Both of 1527. The Martyrdom of Michael Sattler, Leonhard Schiemer and the Schleitheim Confession The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching!
  • Reformation Overview The Anabaptists 5c Here at last are the ones I can identify the most with. They were called the Radicals and for their time they were. By being baptised as adults they were denying the efficacy of their childhood baptism and in so doing incurred the wrath of not only the Roman Catholic Church but those Protestants who had not yet seen the full light of the Scriptures. They had not seen that baptism actually plays no part in salvation but is instead by Faith Alone without any good or indeed ritual works. (Eph 2:8-10) These early Baptists frequently paid the ultimate price for their simple faith. To the shame of the early Reformers it was the Protestants who often did the persecuting I believe that believers Baptism is the true biblical form of baptism. I was baptised by full immersion when I was 28. I am not alone in finding it ironic that many Baptists are Calvinists as they would have been put to death under the reign of Calvin.
  • Anabaptist History (day 2) The Early Church This is the second part of the Anabaptist history series. In this video I focus on the ethos of the early Church. iI believe that the focus of the early Church was a non-compromising focus of Jesus Christ.
  • Reformation Overview The Anabaptists 5b Here at last are the ones I can identify the most with. They were called the Radicals and for their time they were. By being baptised as adults they were denying the efficacy of their childhood baptism and in so doing incurred the wrath of not only the Roman Catholic Church but those Protestants who had not yet seen the full light of the Scriptures. They had not seen that baptism actually plays no part in salvation but is instead by Faith Alone without any good or indeed ritual works. (Eph 2:8-10) These early Baptists frequently paid the ultimate price for their simple faith. To the shame of the early Reformers it was the Protestants who often did the persecuting I believe that believers Baptism is the true biblical form of baptism. I was baptised by full immersion when I was 28. I am not alone in finding it ironic that many Baptists are Calvinists as they would have been put to death under the reign of Calvin.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 15) The Munster Tragedy and Melchior Hoffman This message is day 15 of a 5 week series on Anabaptist History. In this message the rough start of the Anabaptist in Holland is discussed. In particular the teaching of Melchior Hoffman and his influence on the Dutch reformation is introduced. After discussing Hoffman other groups who "re- baptized" adults and therefore fell under the name "Anabaptist" are also discussed. In particular the terrible tragedy of the "Kingdom of Zion at Munster" is given in detail. Lessons are drawn from these extreme views, and an encouragement is given to make the Word of God our source of truth.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 19) The Anabaptists come to America This is day 19 in a 5 week series on Anabaptist History. In this message the different groups of Anabaptists including the Hutterites, Amish and Mennonites make their immigration to America. Some of the stories of the traumas of ship passage, and the heartbreak of leaving their native lands are given.
  • Reformation Overview The Anabaptists 5a Here at last are the ones I can identify the most with. They were called the Radicals and for their time they were. By being baptised as adults they were denying the efficacy of their childhood baptism and in so doing incurred the wrath of not only the Roman Catholic Church but those Protestants who had not yet seen the full light of the Scriptures. They had not seen that baptism actually plays no part in salvation but is instead by Faith Alone without any good or indeed ritual works. (Eph 2:8-10) These early Baptists frequently paid the ultimate price for their simple faith. To the shame of the early Reformers it was the Protestants who often did the persecuting I believe that believers Baptism is the true biblical form of baptism. I was baptised by full immersion when I was 28. I am not alone in finding it ironic that many Baptists are Calvinists as they would have been put to death under the reign of Calvin.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 12) Early Anabaptist concept of Missions and the Kingdom of God This message is day (12) of a 5 week session on Anabaptist HIstory. (Oops the date at the beginning should say January 2012) In this lesson the early Anabaptist view of Missions is looked at. Several of the missionaries are discussed as well us numerous quotes from the early Anabaptist showing their zeal for missions. It is also discussed that the early Anabaptist had a Kingdom focus in their goals for missions. Also true to early Anabaptism they felt that the words of Jesus were for today--- even the word Go! The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching!
  • Anabaptist History (Day 6) The early life of Zwingli and Conrad Grebel This message is day 6 in a 5 week series on Anabaptist history. In this message he early life of Zwingli and Conrad Grebel are looked into in more detail. The point of this lecture is mainly to give background information on the lives of the people who shaped the first Anabaptist. Some of the early letters of Conrad Grebel are discussed for the purpose of showing the contrast in his life when he gave his life to Christ. The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching!
  • The Anabaptist Vision ...The Anabaptist Vision was a message preached by Harold S. Bender at Columbia University in 1943. It is a radical Christian manifesto calling Christians back to the kingdom message of Jesus Christ. As Bender explains, "The Anabaptists were concerned most of all about a true Christian life, that is, a life patterned after the teaching and example of Christ." This is Bender's original message, read by Dean Taylor, author of the recent book, A Change of Allegiance. As Bender explains, "The Anabaptists retained the original vision of Luther and Zwingli, enlarged it, gave it body and form, and set out to achieve it in actual experience. They proceeded to organize a church composed solely of earnest Christians, and actually found the people for it. They did not believe in any case that the size of the response should determine whether or not the truth of God should be applied, and they refused to compromise. They preferred to make a radical break with 1500 years of history and culture if necessary rather than to break with the New Testament."
  • Anabaptist History (Day 4) The Church Councils and The Pilgrim Church The message was the 4th in a 5 week series on Anabaptist history. In this message a brief introduction to the church councils are given. During this section it is suggested that the church lost their focus. After the councils a brief introduction to the Pilgrim Church is given. The Waldensians and the Albigensians are looked at in slightly greater detail as well as Peter Chelcicky and the Czech Brethren.
  • Anabaptists -- Live or Die Mennnonite spokesman Augsburger talks about the Anabaptists movement which the movie "The Radicals" is based on. Part 1 of 4
  • Anabaptist History (Day 18) The Dutch Decline and The Russian Mennonite Fire This is Day 18 of a 5 week session on Anabaptist History. This message starts with a little tribute to Dirk Willems the famous Anabaptist Martyr that rescued his enemy from the ice only to be later burned at the stake. After that the decline of the Mennonite Church in Holland is discussed. Reflections of the church in America is suggested. Finally the Mennonites in Russia are introduced including their early mission emphasis, connection with the Moravians of Herrnhut and discussion about their early Revivals.
  • Anabaptist HIstory (Day 10) Growth and persecution of the Swiss Brethren This is day 10 in a 5 week series on ANabaptist history. In this message the Swiss Brethren are looked into further as well as the rapid growth of the Anabaptist all through Europe. The terrible persecution of the Anabaptist is mentioned in detail and a time is spent talking about the theology of torture. The martyrdom accounts of Hans Landis,Hans Haslibacher are told. The Persecution in Berne is also looked at in more detail. It was out of these Swiss Brethren that the Amish came.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 1) Welcome Part 1 of a 5 week course on Anabaptist History. This day was mainly an introduction.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 17) The Church Splits of Holland - lessons for today This is day 17 of a 5 week series on Anabaptists history. In this message The church splits of Holland are looked at. Lessons from this time period are looked at. In other words what can the church today learn from the church splits of this period. It is also reminded that while many of the leaders of this time period were splitting the churches were still under persecution and many remained faithful.
  • O God, Do Thou Sustain Me - Anabaptist Martyr Hymn An anabaptist hymn of prayer for strength and protection, written by Leonhart Sommer, who died in prison, December 1573, because of his belief. Song taken from the Christian Hymnary. ******* Please click to play all the featured Christian hymns: O God, do Thou sustain me, In grief and sore duress Pride counter which disdains Thee And comfort my distress. O Lord let me find mercy In bonds and prison bed Men would seek to devour me With guile and controversy Save me from danger dread! Thou wilt never forsake me This firmly I believe Thy blood Thou hast shed freely And with it washed me. Therein my trust is resting In Christ, God's only Son On him I am now building In tribulation trusting God will me not disown! To die and to be living Until my end I see To Thee my trust I'm giving Thou wilt my helper be Soul, body, child companion Herewith commit I Thee Come soon, Lord, come and take me From ruthless men do save me Be honour ever to Thee. Amen.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 11) The Birth of the Amish This message was day 11 in a 5 week session on Anabaptist History. [Opops... I had the wrong date in my computer.It is January 2012 not 2010] In this message the birth of the is Amish is discussed. To discuses the beginning of the Amish revival movements around Zurich and Berne are discussed including early Evangelist like the converted Lieutenant Heinrich Frick and Ulrich Müller. Finally the Amish-Mennonite division of 1693 is reviewed including the issues that were part of the division. Toward the end of the lecture the class is encouraged to discuss among themselves their thoughts on church discipline and shunning. I should mention that this is not an "officially released video." I recorded this mainly for my use on my website and for others who might have an interest in one of these areas. Special thanks to Sermonindex who was gracious enough to allow me to upload it and special thanks to Faith builders for tolerating me these 5 weeks The views that I present in these message may-or- my- not represent the views of either of these fine ministries. :-)
  • The Quickest Ever DVD Guide to Anabaptists and their Values
  • Anabaptist History (Day 5) Erasmus, Luther and The Radical Reformation This is day 5 of a 5 week series on Anabaptist history. In this message a few more pre-reformation groups are briefly looked at which include the Beguines and Beghards and the Brethren of the Common Life. Following this a closer look at Erasmus and his influence on the Reformation. Martin Luther's conversion and later writings are also reviewed. Finally the early Radical Reformation is briefly reviewed including Thomas Müntzer, Andreas Karlstadt and the German Peasants' War.
  • Heidi Miller Yoder - Anabaptist Theology Heidi Miller Yoder, assistance professor of worship and spiritual formation at Eastern Mennonite University, provides reflections on Anabaptist distinctives to Christian theology.
  • Anabaptist History (Day 16) Menno Simons and the early Dutch Anabaptists This is day 16 of a 5 week series on Anabaptist history. In this message the early days of Anabaptism in Holland is looked at. Obbe Philips and his brother Dirk are mentioned as well as Adam Pastor, David Joris, and other early fringe groups. The greatest majority of the message is spent discussing Menno Simons. Attention is given to present Menno in his own words. His personal testimony is read which includes his touching account of how the Holy spirit convicted him of sin and how he repented and became a "new creature" born again by the blood of Jesus. A few points of Menno is also discussed including his view of nonresistance and what Menno calls "True Evangelical Faith." The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching!
  • Anabaptist Resource Consortium Announcement of the Anabaptist Resource Consortium www.mennonitechurch.ca
  • Anabaptists -- Ahead of their Time Mennonite spokesman Augsburger talks about the Anabaptists movement which the movie "The Radicals" is based on. Part 3 of 4
  • Story of the Anabaptists Inspired by the lifestyle of the early church the Anabaptists, the radicals of the Reformation, rejected the compromised values of Christendom and the state church to begin communities of peace and reconciliation. Anabaptism today inspires ways of responding to a secular world in conflict. For more go to www.anabaptist.asn.au
  • Anabaptist History (Day 7) The Birth of the Anabaptists This is day 7 of a 5-week series on Anabaptist history. The messages that were given previous to this were to give a background to this movement. This is day 7 of a 5-week series on Anabaptist history. The messages that were given previous to this were to give a background to this movement. [the date hold read 2012 not 2010--sorry!] In this Message the Birth of the Anabaptist is given. Details of Conrad Grebel, George Blaurock and Felix Manz are discussed. The details of the rift between the Anabaptist and the reformers are discussed and some personal letters of Conrad Grebel are looked into to give a closer incite into these differences. Emphasis is given to the Anabaptist 's insistence that the words of Jesus are for today. Conrad Grebel's words to his friend Vadian say a lot "I believe the Word of God without a complicated interpretation, and out of this belief I speak. May God give you the mercy to submit to His Word without reservation, and obey it...the teaching of the Lord has been given for the purpose of being put into practice." The revivals that spread after the first baptism are given including the revival in St. Gall where Conrad Grebel baptized 500 people in the river on Easter morning. Finally the martyrdom of Felix Manz concludes the lecture. The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching! :-)
  • Blind Anabaptist Blues - Hallelujah (by Leonard Cohen) Blind Anabaptist Blues perform Hallelujah (by Leonard Cohen. Live at the Morseland, July 2008, Chicago, IL. Leonard Cohen is widely held as one of his generations greatest songwriters, and many consider Hallelujah to be among his most emotionally powerful songs. -- They say there was a secret chord That David played, and it pleased the Lord But you don't really care for music, do you? It goes like this: The fourth, the fifth The minor fall, the major lift The baffled king composing Hallelujah Hallelujah (x4) Your faith was strong but you needed proof You saw her bathing on the roof Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you She tied you to her kitchen chair She broke your throne, and she cut your hair And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah Baby I've been here before I've seen these walls, I've walked this floor I used to live alone before I knew you. I've seen your flag on the marble arch Love is not a victory march It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah There was a time you let me know What's really going on below But now you never show that to me, do you? I remember when I moved in you The holy dove was moving too And every breath we drew was Hallelujah Maybe there's a God above And all I ever learned of love Was how to shoot somebody who outdrew ya. It's not a cry you hear at night It's not somebody who's seen the light it's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah
  • Anabaptist History (Day 14) The Hutterites Part 2 www.radicalreformation This is day 14 of a 5 week series on Anabaptist History. This message is the second part of the history of the Hutterites. In part 2 to effect of the 30 year war on the Huitterite is looked at. It is pointed that even through all of the terrible persecution of the 30 year war, the Hutterites still had a burden for missions. Later in the message a period of decline in the movements discussed and how it was revived by a group of Germans who were awakened by a Revival in Germany. The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching!
  • Church History Series, The Anabaptists, Radical Reformers, Part 4 Church History Series, Lecture 15, Part 4 The Anabaptists, Radical Reformers David Guzik Church History Series
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  • Anabaptist History (Day 13) The Birth of The Hutterites-Part 1 This is day 13 of a 5 week session on Anabaptist history. In this message the Moravian Anabaptist are looked at. The city Nikolsburg in Moravia and Balthasar Hubmaier are discussed at the beginning of the message. Form here, over differences of war, community of God and the nature of the Kingdom of God, the Moravian Anabaptist give rise to the Hutterites. Attention is given to the Hutterite's mission zeal and their tenacity under trials and persecution. Demonstrating amazing endurance and the ability to execute a group vision under extreme circumstances, Dean called the Hutterites, "The Marine Corps of the Anabaptists." The views presented in this message are the views of Dean Taylor and do not necessarily represent the views of Sermonindex or Faith Builders. Thank you for watching!
  • Anabaptist History (Day 3) Early Church Problems and Constantine A look at the spirit and ethos of the early Christians before Constantine. This is the second part of the Anabaptist history series. In this video I focus on the ethos of the early Church. I believe that the focus of the early Church was a non-compromising dedication to the person and message of Jesus Christ.

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