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Anabaptist Mennonites | historic Christian faith and practice Anabaptists -- pursuing historic Christian faith and practice Anabaptist? Reformation-era Christians who rejected infant baptism. Enemies called them anabaptists -- "re-baptizers." Zealous to restore the true church on an Apostolic model. Radical Reformers who considered all state churches beyond reformation. Include Amish, Beachy, Hutterites, and Mennonites. What Is an Anabaptist? Some distinctive beliefs Adult believer's baptism Church discipline Separation from the world Non-resistance, non-violence No oath-taking The priesthood of the believer The brotherhood and community of the church The Bible as final authority for faith and practice The Schleitheim Confession Who are the Mennonites? Originally so called because of one of their early leaders, Menno Simons One of the main groups of Anabaptists Not a single, monolithic group in doctrine and life As diverse as most Protestant groups The Amish a break-away group Who Are the Mennonites? Inspiration and encouragement Free Bible studies Books Though I don't publish much here at Anabaptists these days, I tend to write shorter posts at one of three blogs about once a week. So please visit my Mark Roth blogs page to see excerpts of the last three posts at each of those blogs. Established in mid-1995, this site has three purposes: Glorify God Build up people Introduce the Anabaptists God bless you! Mark Roth New About Blogs History Doctrine Writings Bookstore to the glory of God and the edification of people everywhere Top Home New About Blogs Site Map History Doctrine Writings Bookstore Espa?ol Just for You Pass It On Special Services Conservative Anabaptist Church Locator Free Bible studies God's Post: Distraction-Free Email Custom Conservative Dress Sewing Digital Greeting Cards Mark's Blogs Panting Hart Ain't Complicated Ciervo Bramante Sunday School Musings Faith Works Blog Verify the authenticity of the message -- search the Scriptures! site status The Anabaptists web site is a conservative Christian refuge for those seekers after truth, holiness, godliness and plain living who have grown weary of nominal Christianity and want to know more about the Mennonites, their history, beliefs, doctrines, practices and manner of life. Longer summary and introduction Graphical accesses of this home page since... 1 January 1999 through 28 February 2011 -- 439,374 5 January 2007 through 28 February 2011 -- 115,744 16 August 2008 -- Hit counter at the end of 2013 -- 127,916

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