Through Fire and Water: An Overview of Mennonite History

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Herald Press, 2010 - Religion - 335 pages
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Through Fire and Water presents the Mennonite faith story within the sweep of church history. This engaging text uses stories of men and women, peasants and pastors, heroes and rascals, to trace the radical Reformation from sixteenth-century Europe to today's global Anabaptist family. Written in an accessible and nonacademic style, this revised edition updates the story and incorporates new historical research and discoveries. Book jacket.

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This book was informative while at the same time being engaging and easy to read. The illustrations and pictures added a lot to the book. "Through Fire and Water" gave an overview from the beginning ... Read full review

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This book was informative while at the same time being engaging and easy to read. The illustrations and pictures added a lot to the book. "Through Fire and Water" gave an overview from the beginning ... Read full review

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James O. Lehman is director emeritus of libraries at Eastern Mennonite University and an archivist for the Virginia Mennonite Conference. He is the author of several books, most recently A Century of Grace: In the Community and around the World. Steven M. Nolt is a professor of history at Goshen College and coauthor of Amish Enterprise: From Plows to Profits and Plain Diversity: Amish Cultures and Identities, both published by Johns Hopkins.

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