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Title:
Engaging Anabaptism : conversations with a radical tradition
Author:
Roth, John D., 1960-
Publication Information:
Scottdale, Pa. : Herald Press, [2001]

©2001
Physical Description:
213 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9780836191912
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Book

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Central Library BX8122 .E54 2001 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks
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Summary

Summary

Richard Mouw, Nancey Murphy, Samuel Escobar, Stanley Hauerwas, James W. McClendon, Stuart Murray along with nine other Protestant or Catholic scholars reflect on how their understandings of the Christian faith have been shaped by their encounter with the Anabaptist-Mennonite tradition.


Table of Contents

James Wm. McClendon Jr.Stanley M. HauerwasChristopher MarshallNancey MurphyGlen H. StassenSamuel EscobarChristopher RowlandStuart MurrayEoin de BhaldraitheRichard J. MouwRichard B. HaysRodney ClappMichael G. Cartwright
Contributorsp. 7
Editor's Prefacep. 11
Chapter 1 The Radical Road One Baptist Tookp. 15
Chapter 2 Confessions of a Mennonite Camp Followerp. 25
Chapter 3 Following Christ Down Under: A New Zealand Perspective on Anabaptismp. 41
Chapter 4 Anabaptist Science and Epistemology?p. 53
Chapter 5 Grace as Participation in the Inbreaking of the Kingdom: Mountains of Grace Back Homep. 61
Chapter 6 Latin America and Anabaptist Theologyp. 75
Chapter 7 Anabaptism and Radical Christianityp. 89
Chapter 8 Anabaptism as a Conversation Partnerp. 97
Chapter 9 Meeting the Radical Reformationp. 105
Chapter 10 Reflections on My Encounter with the Anabaptist-Mennonite Traditionp. 117
Chapter 11 Embodying the Gospel in Communityp. 125
Chapter 12 Anabaptism and the Obstacles That Make for Vocationp. 137
Chapter 13 Sharing the House of God: Learning to Read (Scripture) with Anabaptistsp. 145
Notesp. 183
Works Citedp. 201
Indexp. 209
About the Editorp. 213

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