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  • devoted to scholarly articles on Anabaptist and Mennonite history and theology, but also to contemporary Mennonite issues, with sections on bibliographical and
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  • Bender, Harold Stauffer (1897-1962) (category Mennonite Church (MC) Leaders)
    created a journal, Mennonite Quarterly Review (MQR), and in 1929 he founded a scholarly series, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, writing the first
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  • Wedel, the first president of Bethel College, engaged in Mennonite research, taught Mennonite history, collected materials, and published books along these
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  • Perth County, Ontario, is significant in Mennonite history because of the westerly part of the Amish settlements in Easthope Township, because of the westerly
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  • other denominations were also admitted, and Mennonite students attended lectures in philosophy and church history at the Remonstrant seminary and at the Amsterdam
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  • the general title Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History. It was also active in building a Mennonite Historical Library of over 12,000 volumes (in
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  • Bouwens played an important part in various important events in early Mennonite history. He was present at the meeting in Wismar in 1554, where several church
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  • Mennonite Historical Society of Canada (category Inter-Mennonite Boards and Organizations)
    provincially-based Mennonite historical societies, Canadian Mennonite denominations, Mennonite Central Committee Canada and other Mennonite-related institutions
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  • is a Mennonite liberal arts college. Founded in 1887, it is affiliated with Mennonite Church USA (originally with the General Conference Mennonite Church)
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  • published by the Mennonite Historical Society (Mennonitischer Geschichtsverein) of Germany, is an annual publication in the field of Mennonite history. It was edited
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  • Global Mennonite History Series 1. Kitchener, ON: Pandora Press, 2006. Mennonite World Handbook, ed. Paul N. Kraybill. Lombard, Ill.: Mennonite World Conference
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  • Conference Mennonite Church since 1950. Alongside the Mennonite Church (MC) and the Mennonite Brethren, it is one of the three main Mennonite groups in
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  • occurred in Mennonite history and not seldom led to schisms both in congregations and in larger groups including an entire body. In fact most Mennonite schisms
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  • through religious education courses such as Bible Doctrine, Church History and Mennonite History which were taught in the German language. In addition, German
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  • mirror (1922), The Mennonite Church and current issues (1923), The way of salvation (1923), The two standards (1923), Mennonite history (1927), My vision
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  • Mennonite World Conference (category Inter-Mennonite Boards and Organizations) (section Mennonite World Conference Assemblies)
    Russian Mennonite immigrants in Canada, and an international Mennonite relief office was created at Karlsruhe, Germany (by the several Mennonite relief
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  • 1936 three families from the Franconia Mennonite Conference moved to Allemands and established a Mennonite (Mennonite Church) church which in the late 1950s
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  • known as Mennonite Church Eastern Canada. Brubacher, David. "A History of the St. Jacobs Mennonite Church." Research paper, Canadian Mennonite Bible College
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  • Steven Blaupot ten Cate, a Dutch Mennonite minister and historiographer, the son of Isaak ten Cate, the Mennonite minister in Noordbroek (province of Groningen)
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  • belonging to the Mennonite Historical Library, were deposited in the Archives of the Mennonite Church. As the property of Goshen College, the Mennonite Historical
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  • the scholarly monograph series known as "Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History," in which eight volumes have been published between 1929 and 1956
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  • L. J. A Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario. Toronto, ON: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935. Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
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  • Betania Mennonite Academy at Pulguillas, Coamo; Mennonite Academy in Summit Hills, San Juan (sponsored by the Summit Hills Mennonite Church); Mennonite Audiovisual
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  • reading and of his comprehensive interest in Mennonite history and the objectives arising from that history. The second issue also began with an article
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  • Boliviana (Bolivian Evangelical Mennonite Church). It is related to both General Conference Mennonite Church and Mennonite Church (MC) mission agencies.
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  • ministers, there were four studies in Mennonite history, on the names "Mennonites" and "Doopsgezinden," on Dutch Mennonite editions of the Bible, on the relation
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  • (including Old and New Testament and Mennonite history), which had as its objective the awakening of a definite Mennonite life by means of imparting information
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  • personal spiritual life, in missions, in Mennonite history, in international Mennonite contacts, and in nonresistance, was undertaken by Pierre Sommer (minister
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  • temporary. From an Anabaptist and Mennonite perspective, all authorities must be relativized by this standard. Mennonite history accordingly is replete with
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  • Mountain Mennonite Conference, South Central Mennonite Conference, Southeast Mennonite Conference, and Virginia Mennonite Conference. Mennonite Church (MC)
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  • the Amsterdam Mennonite Archives, was published by Twisck in his Troost-Brief der Weduwen (1626). Of special interest for Mennonite history are the insertions
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  • throughout Mennonite history. Mennonite renewal movements from the Kleine Gemeinde through the Mennonite Brethren and the Church of God in Christ Mennonite, to
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  • province of West Flanders close to the French boundary, is known in Mennonite history as the birthplace of the martyr Peter van Olmen (van Wervick). Here
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  • taught Bible, church history, Mennonite history, and German literature. The numerous notebooks that originated in his classrooms and have become a part of a
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  • feetwashing, etc., this is an accurate statement for most of Anabaptist-Mennonite history, though it no longer applied to all modern groups, particularly in
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  • descent of the Mennonites from the Münsterites. The catalog of his library, "containing 278 pages," is evidence that he knew Mennonite history. Cate, Steven
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  • effort to Mennonite studies. One of the most successful Mennonite studies programs is the Institute of Mennonite Studies (IMS) of Associated Mennonite Biblical
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  • the regular Evangelical Teacher Training Association subjects and Mennonite history, missions, catechism, etc. There are no educational requirements for
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  • Pietism (section Mennonite)
    Some of the Mennonite leaders, such as August Lenzmann and Cornelius Jansen, became his close friends and introduced him to the Mennonite churches and
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  • Anabaptist and Mennonite topics. Published jointly by the Mennonite Church, the General Conference Mennonite Church, and the Mennonite Brethren Church
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  • Mission: A History of General Conference Mennonite Overseas Missions. Newton, KS: Faith and Life, 1979: 17-43 passim. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church
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  • became the vehicle of publication of many articles in the field of Mennonite history. In 1888 H. G. Mannhardt became an associate editor and the paper was
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  • Leeuwarden. It is the seat of a Mennonite congregation which has had a varied and interesting; history. Of its oldest history there are only a few bits of
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  • month, some religious stories, biographies of Mennonite leaders, and events and chapters from Mennonite history everywhere. Much valuable biographical and
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  • Kühler, Wilhelmus Johannes (1874-1946) (category Amsterdam Mennonite Theological Seminary Faculty and Staff)
    Kühler now devoted more and more interest to the history of the Dutch Mennonites. The church history written by Blaupot ten Cate having become antiquated
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  • is an indispensable tool for students of Anabaptist-Mennonite history and a landmark in Mennonite historiography. Christian Neff (1863-1946) of Weierhof
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  • Middelstum congregation as lay preachers. Middelstum is important in Mennonite history because of a meeting held here on 18-22 September 1628 to consider
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  • Sepp did not publish much about Mennonite history; he was, however, well informed in it. A few papers on Mennonite history are found in his Geschiedkundige
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  • by a gift by Govert Jan van Rijswijk containing many rare books on Mennonite history. When Samuel Muller became professor of the seminary the library was
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  • existence. Through it Funk promoted Sunday schools, evangelism, missions, Mennonite history, unity, and other good causes. The paper remained Funk's personal organ
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  • quarrelsome man, is of interest for Mennonite history, because he, in the period in which there were many contacts between Mennonites and Brownists and a number
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  • Wenger, John C. (1910-1995) (category Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary Faculty and Staff)
    include History of the Mennonites of the Franconia Conference (1938), (which also served as his doctoral dissertation), Glimpses of Mennonite History and Doctrine
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  • chiefly though not exclusively in the field of Anabaptist and early Mennonite history. An exhaustive bibliography was prepared by Christian Neff and published
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  • Anabaptism and to the preservation and dissemination of Mennonite history. Born 3 August 1902 to Mennonite parents in Chortitza, the Ukraine, Krahn left the Soviet
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  • finer concepts can be further illustrated from Mennonite history by reference to two indices of Mennonite social change. The first has to do with changes
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  • Rotterdam (1946-1964). He also began lecturing in Anabaptist and Mennonite history at the Mennonite seminary in 1948, being appointed professor in 1964. In his
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  • the publications of the First Association the following deal with Mennonite history: W. J. Leendertz, Melchior Hofmann (1883); F. O. zur Linden, Melchior
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  • dogmatics, elucidated and illustrated by facts from Mennonite history. Schijn's main thesis is that the Mennonites did not take their origin and doctrines from
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  • Congregational Ministries, 1986. Toews, John A. History of the Mennonite Brethren Church. Fresno, CA: Mennonite Brethren Board of Literature and Education, 1975
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  • Church and Mennonite History and also the German language" for the purpose of "retaining and cultivating" the religious life of the Mennonite congregations
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  • Lower Austria, southeast of Nikolsburg, acquired special interest in Mennonite history through the surprise on Steinabrunn, where the Anabaptists were seized
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  • aged, Eastern Mennonite Home (1916); the establishment of Eastern Mennonite Convalescent Home (1942); a closer working with the Mennonite General Conference
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  • field of interest, Mennonite history. In his church he was a member of the Board of Publication of the General Conference Mennonite Church 1940-1948, and
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  • under private Mennonite management and with a Mennonite principal and part Mennonite faculty, but with only a small number of Mennonite students. The Weierhof
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  • Reformateurs II (Haarlem, 1902), which contain important material for Mennonite history; De Rechtsverhoudingen in de Ver. Doopsgezinde Gemeente te Haarlem
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  • Spirit of Arnold Dyck." Mennonite Life 24 (October 1969): 169-70. Thiessen, Jack. "Arnold Dyck -- "the Mennonite Artist," Mennonite Life 24 (April, 1969):
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  • Conference. He also diligently studied Mennonite history, as appears from a manuscript found in the [[Amsterdam Mennonite Library (Bibliotheek en Archief van
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  • is presented, making the book an important source for the study of Mennonite history in the Rhineland. Never before had the Anabaptist movement received
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  • Gross, Leonard. "The First Mennonite Merger: the Concept of Cologne." Mennonite Yearbook (1990-91). Scottdale, PA: Mennonite Publishing House, 1990: 8-10
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  • First Mennonite, 523; Reformed Mennonite, 50; and Evangelical Mennonite (Defenceless), 54. Hirschler, E. J. A brief history of the Swiss Mennonite churches
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  • excel­lent articles on music. He was also familiar with the field of Mennonite history. In 1850 he published De Munstersche furie of het oproer der Wederdoopers
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  • Historical Committee of the Mennonite Church (category Mennonite Church (MC) Boards and Agencies)
    district conferences to secure material for a history of the Mennonite Church in America. Throughout its history it from time to time recommended, promoted
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  • Database of Mennonite Ancestry) Database, 21-07 ed. Fresno, CA: " California Mennonite Historical Society, 2021: #645121. Leo Driedger fonds. Mennonite Heritage
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  • 6-12. Eastern Mennonite School. "History." Accessed 7 August 2007. <http://www.emhs.net/EMHS-WEB/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=69> Eastern Mennonite School website
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  • clear that most of the Mennonite settlements in Russia no longer exist, at least with any large number of Mennonite families. Mennonite church life became
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  • 1727-96, but their descendants do not appear in American Amish or Mennonite history. C. Z. Mast in 1942 estimated the total number of living descendants
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  • name of the Volendam is well known in Mennonite history. Fretz,  J. W. Pilgrims in Paraguay: The Story of the Mennonite Colonization in Paraguay. Scottdale:
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  • Reformation studies from systematic theology to history of ideas and from confessional history to social history. This shift strongly modified the traditional
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  • most of Mennonite history, Mennonite ethics with respect to justice reflected the Schleitheim articles. Of course if one were to follow Mennonite life since
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  • was chosen minister of the Chortitza Mennonite Church, and in 1899 accepted a call to the Ekaterinoslav Mennonite congregation. At the same time he taught
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  • Amish in America, but also of the Mennonite Church (MC), the General Conference Mennonite Church, the Evangelical Mennonite Brethren (now Fellowship of Evangelical
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  • Tedrow Mennonite Church (Wauseon, Ohio, USA) (category Mennonite Church USA Congregations) (section Pastoral Leaders at Tedrow Mennonite Church)
    Affiliations: Ohio Conference of Mennonite Church USA Mennonite Church USA MLA style Steiner, Samuel J. "Tedrow Mennonite Church (Wauseon, Ohio, USA)." Global
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  • Baratov Mennonite Settlement (Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Ukraine) (category Mennonite Settlements in Russia)
    Baratov Mennonite settlement, district of Verknedneprovsk, province of Ekaterinoslav (now (Dnipropetrovsk), was established in 1871 by 74 Mennonite families
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  • May 1967) was a descendant of an old Krefeld Mennonite family. Following his doctoral studies in German history, literature, law, and philosophy, Crous worked
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  • or none at all for cases where brother is helping brother in need. Mennonite history reveals many cases where loans with little interest, or none at all
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  • the most "Mennonite" of all. See also Literature, Canadian Mennonite Writers (1950-85); Literature, Russo-German Mennonite; Literature, Mennonites in [All
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  • consecration (Mennonitische Blätter 1900, 75 f.). He left sketches on Mennonite history, which S. Blaupot ten Cate used in his historical work. Cate, Steven
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  • Henry. The Story of the Mennonites, 3rd ed. Newton, KS: Mennonite Publication Office, 1950: 455-462. Wiebe, Dallas. "A Mennonite Apocalypse, Claas Epp's
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  • with 26 students in attendance. Courses taught included Theology, Mennonite History, Sunday School Methodology and German. Owing to the large enrollment
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  • to the affiliation with Mennonite Church USA, Lancaster Mennonite Conference affiliated with the (Old) Mennonite Church. Mennonite Church USA was a merger
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  • the Dutch Mennonite weekly De Zondagsbode, for which he wrote a number of articles, all signed S. H. He had a keen interest in Mennonite history and was
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  • "Con­fession" is a significant document for the under­standing of Mennonite history. Jacques d'Auchy also composed a number of songs, at least three of
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  • Amish Mennonite church Services. Guengerich had a great interest in Mennonite history and wrote a number of important manuscripts on Amish history, particularly
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  • versed in Mennonite history and the Amsterdam Mennonite archives owe to him a number of important documents on the history of the Mennonites, especially
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  • the Anabaptist-Mennonite brotherhood has been treated in most works of history. This revelation stirred up a desire in Mennonite circles for further information
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  • He was never the leader of an organized group. His significance for Mennonite history rests chiefly upon ideas expressed in his one major book, the Göttlicher
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  • became a professor of the Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary, teaching exegesis of the Old and New Testaments, Mennonite history and homiletics. In 1877, when the
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  • Elder Ulrich Hege (1812-1896) was distinguished by his interest in Mennonite history, combined with a strong publicistic interest. He published excerpts
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  • branch of the Mennonites, known at first as the Conference of the United Mennonite Brethren of North America, then as the Defenseless Mennonite Brethren in
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  • valuable in the field of church history (see Beitrage zur bayrischen Kirchengeschichte XX, 1914, 97-166). Bearing on Mennonite history are Johann Staupitz, ein
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