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The Mennonite people

Charlotte Sloan Cooper

The Mennonite people

by Charlotte Sloan Cooper

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Published by Western Extension College Educational Publishers in [Saskatoon] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Prairie Provinces
    • Subjects:
    • Mennonites -- Prairie Provinces -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Prairie Provinces -- Church history -- Juvenile literature.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [67]

      Statementby Charlotte Sloan Cooper.
      SeriesPeople of our land
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX8118.6.P72 C66
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 66, [1] p. :
      Number of Pages66
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4484715M
      ISBN 100920284078
      LC Control Number79313539
      OCLC/WorldCa5567200

      Covers the year history of the faith, life, and culture of Anabaptists in Europe and Mennonites throughout the world. Presented are people, movements, and places in their relation to Encyclopedia was jointly edited by historians and scholars of the Mennonite Church, the General Conference of Mennonites, and the Mennonite Brethren Church. SEMINOLE The story of the Mennonites is a torturous but ultimately triumphant and uniquely American one that one of their daughters, Katharina “Tina” Rempel Siemens, has made into a book about.

        Most people who have commented on this series so far have strong opinions one way or the other. There is a wide vacuum of people who are silent. People who don’t want to cause conflict. People who, like me, have had a good experience in their Mennonite upbringing, but also see areas of weakness that need radical change. Only, they’re at a loss for how to change it because either they’re. Briefly, Mennonites are a people who read the Bible carefully and take it seriously. Overarching all Mennonite beliefs is the centrality of the life and teaching of Jesus Christ (particularly as seen in the New Testament of the Christian Bible) as an example for Christians to follow – in a word, discipleship.

      The MHAC is committed to the preservation, publication, and exhibition of historic Mennonite art forms. The book highlights the work of four Mennonite photographers and offers a rare glimpse of life in Mennonite villages in Manitoba between and   The Mennonite comunion has little to do with the blood and body of Christ and everything to do with church discipline. My life has been hell. I realize that in a world where people are hungry and living without shelter that that is a bold and incredibly narcisitic thing to say. My life has been hell psychologically would probably be more correct.


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