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Naked Anabaptist, The

Stuart Murray

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  • Catalogue Code: 322428
  • Product Code: 9781842277256
  • ISBN: 1842277251
  • EAN: 9781842277256
  • E-Store: Academic
  • Category: Church History
  • Sub-Category: General
  • Publisher: Paternoster
  • Date Published: Feb 2011
  • Authentic Media sales rank: #368
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  • Weight: 0.250kg
  • Pages: 115

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Why are Christians from many traditions discovering Anabaptism? What are they finding inspirational and challenging in the Anabaptist vision? How can this 500-year old voice from the margins speak to followers of Jesus today?

The Naked Anabaptist is a straightforward introduction to Anabaptism. Written out of the British and Irish context, it explains why Christians here, and in other nations adjusting to the realities of post-Christendom, are turning to the Anabaptist tradition for resources.


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Why are Christians from many traditions discovering Anabaptism? What are they finding inspirational and challenging in the Anabaptist vision? How can this 500-year old 'voice from the margins' speak to followers of Jesus today? The Naked Anabaptist is a straightforward introduction to Anabaptism. Written out of the British and Irish context, it explains why Christians here, and in other nations adjusting to the realities of post-Christendom, are turning to the Anabaptist tradition for resources.
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Why are Christians from many traditions discovering Anabaptism? What are they finding inspirational and challenging in the Anabaptist vision? How can this 500-year old 'voice from the margins' speak to followers of Jesus today? The Naked Anabaptist is a straightforward introduction to Anabaptism and shows how they seek to follow Jesus' way, particularly in the areas of community, discipleship, justice and peace. Though Murray is quick to admit both successes and weaknesses in the movement, he encourages us to look at our own lives in these areas. Written out of the British and Irish context, it explains why Christians here, and in other nations adjusting to the realities of post-Christendom, are turning to the Anabaptist tradition for resources.

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