Marpeck: A Life of Dissent and Conformity

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Herald Press, 2008 - 423 Seiten
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During the 16th century's tumultuous years of religious reformation and revolution, Pilgram Marpeck consistently but discreetly stood up to the ruling powers, calling for freedom of religioin and separation of church and state. Walter Klaassen and William Klassen, editors of The Writings of Pilgram Marpeck, have deeply mined Marpeck's writing and dialogue with other Reformation leaders. They place his life, work, and theology in the context of his violent, changing times. This thorough biography shows how Marpeck, perhaps more than any other early Anabaptist figure, helped lay the theoretical and practical foundations of the believers church.

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Nutzerbericht  - Stephanie - Goodreads

This book was good, but hard to read and I lost interest part of the way through. I did like the chapters about women and domestic life in 1500s Europe. The theology seemed to get more dry and scholarly, but it was interesting to learn more of a little known Anabaptist leader. Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Abbreviations
15
Introduction
23
Turmoil in Tirol
39
Urheberrecht

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Über den Autor (2008)

Walter Klaassen is an adjunct professor at the College of Emmanuel and St. Chad and an adjunct professor of history at the University of Saskatchewan. He holds graduate degrees from McMaster University, McMaster Divinity College, and Oxford University. Klaassen has taught Bible and church history at Bethel College, Conrad Grebel University College, and Okanagan University College. He is editor of the widely used source book, Anabaptism in Outline.

William Klassen is adjunct professor and Principal Emeritus at St. Paul's College, University of Waterloo, Ontario. He has been professor of New Testament and Peace Studies at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary, the University of Manitoba, Simon Fraser University, the University of Toronto, and the Ecole Biblique, Jerusalem.

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