Engaging Anabaptism: Conversations with a Radical Tradition

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Herald Press, 2001 - Religion - 213 pages

Richard Mouw, Nancey Murphy, Samuel Escobar, Stanley Hauerwas, James W. McClendon, Stuart Murray along with nine other Protestant or Catholic scholars reflect on how their understandings of the Christian faith have been shaped by their encounter with the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition.

Written in an engaging, autobiographical style, the essays balance commendations with incisive critique, providing a good reference for anyone who wants to know what is being said and thought of the Anabaptist tradition by what one of the authors calls the "hyphenated Anabaptists."

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About the author (2001)

John D. Roth is a professor of history at Goshen College, where he also serves as director of the Mennonite Historical Library and editor of The Mennonite Quarterly Review. He has edited and authored several books, including Beliefs: Mennonite Faith and Practice, Stories: How Mennonites Came to Be, Practices: Mennonite Worship and Witness and Engaging Anabaptism: Conversations with a Radical Tradition.

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