Through Fire & Water: An Overview of Mennonite History
Reformers, self-styled prophets, teachers, preachers, and common folk come alive in this fast-paced history. Through Fire and Water is a popularized, yet accurate look at Mennonites.
Includes stories, photos, maps, and cartoons. In addition, brief essays invite reflection on such issues as church and state, world outreach, and the marks of a faithful community.
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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
Preface and acknowledgments
Pentecost to the early 1500s
Anabaptism emerges in sixteenthcentury Europe
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