Concern for Anabaptist Renewal (häftad)
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Concern for Anabaptist Renewal (häftad)

Concern for Anabaptist Renewal

A Radical Reformation Reader, 1971

Häftad,  Engelska, 2022-04-22
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""What the Kingdom of God requires is a radical Christian movement in our own time which has a vigor and depth that equals that of those radicals who have gone before us."" These words introduce a Radical Reformation Reader, first published in 1971 by a group confident that the past could--and did--offer practical, theological guidance for following Jesus in the contemporary world. What forms of church are appropriate to the ecclesial heirs of such a radical tradition, especially in settings marked by individualism, escalating violence, and growing economic disparity? The essays republished here explore divergent contextual responses and invite readers to do the same.
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"concern for anabaptist renewal is valuable not just as an exploration of early anabaptist faith and practice but also as a window into how mid-century north american mennonites used history to speak to their church present. their vision for how history can call the church to greater faithfulness remains compelling today."

--joel horst nofziger, executive director, mennonite heritage center

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Virgil Vogt was leader for many years of Reba Place Church and Reba Place Fellowship, a Christian Community in Evanston, Illinois. He was managing editor for Concern: A Pamphlet Series for Questions of Christian Renewal from 1960-1971.

Laura Schmidt Roberts is Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Fresno Pacific University. She is the lead editor of Recovering from the Anabaptist Vision: New Essays in Anabaptist Identity and Theological Method (2019).