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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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  • Old Order Amish, Old Order Mennonite, Reformed Mennonite, Stauffer Mennonite, Old Colony Mennonite, and Sommerfeld Mennonite. The schism of the Wisler (Old
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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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  • org/MennObits/89/apr1989.html> Troyer, Anabelle. "The History of the African Mennonite Church." pp. 6-17, Mennonite History term paper, copy at MHL (Goshen). Warkentin
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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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  • Conestoga Mennonite Church (Morgantown, Pennsylvania, USA) (category Atlantic Coast Conference of Mennonite Church USA Congregations) (section Leading Bishops/Pastors at Conestoga Mennonite Church)
    The Conestoga Mennonite Church (former Conestoga Amish Mennonite Church) is a member of Mennonite Church USA. It is located west of Morgantown, in Caernarvon
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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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  • of Mennonite Brethren Churches. MLA style Giesbrecht, Donovan and Jon Isaak. "Mennonite Brethren Herald (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia
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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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  • Conference Mennonites. Scottdale, PA, 1937. Eastern Mennonite Missions website MLA style Garber, Henry F. "Eastern Mennonite Missions (Lancaster Mennonite Conference)
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Mennonite history, culture and religion in Saskatchewan, Canada and around the world. Three issues per year of its journal Saskatchewan Mennonite Historian
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  • the history in his various fields of work, at first in the work of the "waterstaat," then Mennonite history on Ameland, and finally Lutheran history. Hege
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  • of the Indiana-Michigan (united) Mennonite Conference from its formation in 1916 until 1924, member of the Mennonite Board of Education 1895 to 1917 and
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  • booklets, written in a popular style, dealt for a large part with Mennonite history; Nos. 4, 34, and 42 were reports on the activities of the union; Nos
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  • Bloomingdale Mennonite Church Denominational Affiliations: Mennonite Church Eastern Canada Mennonite Church Canada Map:Bloomingdale Mennonite Church (Bloomingdale
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  • keeping the interest of Mennonite churches and have at various times won warm friends for the presentation of Mennonite history. A careful bibliographical
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  • professor of Mennonite history where he served for 38 years. From his youth, Delbert Grab was intensely interested in Mennonite and Swiss family history and in
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  • Anabaptist-Mennonite history and thought. MLA style Krahn, Cornelius. "Mennonite Historical Series (Newton, Kansas, USA)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia
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  • economic phases of Mennonite culture." The magazine, begun in January 1946, presents Mennonite principles, doctrines, culture, and history in a popular and
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  • general church history, as well as a good number of microfilms and a projector for reading arranged according to subjects, and of Mennonite refugees of 1945
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  • church through mixed marriage. Twice Husum again plays a slight role in Mennonite history. In 1850 C. J. van der Smissen, pastor of Friedrichstadt, fled to Husum
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  • Comité Mennonite suisse pour la paix (SMFK/ CMSP; Swiss Mennonite Peace Committee)|Schweizerisches Mennonitisches Friedenskomitee/Comité Mennonite Suisse
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  • on the history and present state of the Mennonite brotherhood. Its contents made it a very important source for the study of Mennonite history. An important
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  • particulars give his work value even for the present as a source of our history. Mennonite history written before Schijn-Maatschoen, Geschiedenis der Mennoniten
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  • as an alternate for the name Mennonite. But in Germany, contrary to the development in Holland, it never displaced "Mennonite" and never became part of an
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  • North Holland. Among his numerous writings one book is important for Mennonite history: Grondige ende clare vertooninghe van het onderscheydt in de voornaemste
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  • which taught Christian ethics and Mennonite history alongside agriculture courses. He also inspired numerous young Mennonites to become missionaries for cooperatives
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  • lectureship is devoted to the promotion of research in Anabaptist and Mennonite history, thought, life, and culture, and the implications and relationship
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  • Cassel (also Kassel), a Mennonite family name prominent in early eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite history, particularly in the Franconia Conference area
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  • information on Menno Simons, Dirk Philips, and their followers. For Mennonite history this book is of no value, but the 17 engravings by Christoffel van
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  • human body, serve as vehicles for God's grace. The "Mennonite period" of Anabaptist and Mennonite history, then, was lived in the tension between intuitive
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  • the centuries. Understanding early 21st century Mennonite views on Christology means following Mennonite responses and interaction with the classic positions
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  • the Anabaptist-Mennonites. Catholic, Lutheran, and especially Dutch Reformed (Calvinist) historians dealing with Anabaptist-Mennonite history never tire of
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  • and Their Implications for Mennonite Brethren History. Hillsboro, KS: Center for Mennonite Brethren Studies, 1985. Mennonite World Handbook (1978): 337-43;
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  • (Evangelical Mennonite Conference) based in Steinbach. His father was intellectually curious and widely read, with a deep appreciation of Mennonite history. P.
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  • Evangelical Mennonite Church (formerly Defenseless Mennonites), and the United Missionary Church (formerly Mennonite Brethren in Christ). The Mennonite Brethren
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  • Kielstra also published some booklets on Mennonite history; e.g., Hans Denck (No. 3 of the set of booklets for the Mennonites in the diaspora), Het oproer te Munster
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  • Verstrooiing contain reports, sermons, and particularly papers on Mennonite history. Annual reports in the Zondagsbode. Annual reports of the Algemeene
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  • resigned. He was well versed in Mennonite history and published a number of papers; in Doopsgezinde Bijdragen 1874 the history of the congregation of Warns
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  • Anabaptist - Mennonite faith. Some modern groups of Mennonite or partial Mennonite background have deliberately decided to drop the name Mennonite in favor
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  • at Eastern Mennonite College and the Virginia Mennonite Mission Board. Formerly part of the West Valley District of the Virginia Mennonite Conference,
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  • Correll, Ernst. "The Value of Family History for Mennonite History with Illustrations from Nafziger Family Material." Mennonite Quarterly Review 2 (1928): 66-79
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  • pastoring, Abe edited and wrote many books on Mennonite history and Mennonite Brethren theology. Obituary. Mennonite Brethren Herald (24 October 2003): 25. MLA
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  • (deacons Adriaen van Hoek Azn 1674-1679, 1684-1689). Of importance for Mennonite history are Dirk van Hoek, his son Jan van Hoek and his grandson Jan van Hoek
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  • Hand of a Woman': Gender, Nationalism, and the Origins of Mennonite History Writing." Mennonite Quarterly Review 92, no. 3 (July 2018): 353-376. Hildebrandt
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  • Heilsgeschichte (salvation history), five hours to Bible instruction, 4-6 hours to singing (including one hour of hymnology), 2-3 hours to church history (including one
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  • J. History of the Classen Family. Bakersfield, Calif. General Conference Mennonite Church. Bundesbote Kalender. Berne, Ind.: Verlag des Mennonite Book
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  • important in Mennonite history. The sharing of material goods in mutual aid and service to others have always been significant expressions of Mennonite spiritual
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  • collection of sermons, Laatste Godsdienstige Overdenkingen (1908). On Mennonite history he published two treatises of particular importance in the Gids: "De
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  • December 2014) Toews, Paul. "J. Winfield Fretz and the Early History of Mennonite Sociology." Mennonite Life 54, no. 2 (April 2005): 17-24. http://tools.bethelks
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  • Albrecht, "Moorefield Mennonite Church history," 3 pp., MHSC collection, Mennonite Archives of Ontario. Church records at Mennonite Archives of Ontario.
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  • Brzózki), district of Marienburg, West Prussia, became important in Mennonite history by the establishment of a patrons' school (Vereinsschule) founded on
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  • Leenaert Clock), and a brief Mennonite history. This book was very popular among the South German, Alsatian, and American Mennonites; in places it is still used
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  • a Search for a Mennonite Social Ethic. Akron PA: Mennonite Central Committee, 1977. Burkholder, John Richard."A Perspective on Mennonite Ethics," in Kingdom
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  • collection of prayers, and a résumé of Mennonite history (Montbéliard, 1922); Precis d'histoire des Eglises Mennonites (Montbéliard, 1937, first part written
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  • and catechism studies, and grade 11 and 12 materials came from Mennonite or church history lessons. The Bible School term lasted five months, October to
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  • Germantown Mennonite Church (General Conference Mennonite), serving as deacon from about 1886 until his death. In 1888 he published his well-known History of the
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  • district. Pro­grams consisted of addresses on local history of the churches and general Mennonite church history. The purpose of the society was to stimulate
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  • Years First Mennonite Church 1926-86. Winnipeg: First Mennonite Church, 1991: 43. Koop, D. H. "Bericht," Der Bote 26. Februar 1930: 2. Mennonite Heritage
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  • has been involved at some time in Mennonite history, or in some Mennonite group, in the matter of a distinctive Mennonite costume, either as prohibited or
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  • Gingerich, Orland S. (1920-2002) (category Western Ontario Mennonite Conference Ministers)
    at St. Jacobs Mennonite Church (1973-1974), Bloomingdale Mennonite Church (1974-1984), Wilmot Mennonite Church (1986), East Zorra Mennonite Church (1987-1988
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  • Reconsidered." Mennonite Quarterly Review 61 (1987): 251-79. Martin, Dennis D. "Catholic Spirituality and Mennonite Discipleship." Mennonite Quarterly Review
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  • Bergthal Mennonites, Rudnerweide Mennonites (Evangelical Mennonite Mission Conference), Blumenorter Mennonite, and two non-Mennonite groups, the Evangelical Free
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  • Discipline of 1781." Mennonite Quarterly Review (1930): No. 2. Correll, Ernst. "The Value of Family History for Mennonite History: Illustrated from Nafziger
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  • his work on Mennonite history. Hiebner’s recent study on this question noted that his approach to writing Wehrfreiheit focused on history and examined
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  • guardian of traditional Mennonite faith" was seriously proposed at the 1937 Ministers Conference of the Conference of United Mennonite Church of BC. At that
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  • Jake. The Waisenamt: A History of Mennonite Inheritance Custom. Mennonite Village Museum Historical Series 1. Steinbach MB: Mennonite Village Museum, 1985
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  • Franklin Mennonite Conference. Mission work, both locally and internationally, became a highlight of Franklin Mennonite Conference’s history. A mission
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  • students enrolled in Biblical and Church History, English Bible, Christian dogma, Church History, and Mennonite History. The importance of German was recognized
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  • and wealthier Mennonite congregations in Europe, and finally by American Mennonite colleges and seminaries. Extensive special Mennonite historical libraries
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  • effect the erection of Mennonite states. The first instance of this in Mennonite history is the autonomy granted to the Mennonite settlements (also to other
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  • copy at Mennonite Historical Library (Goshen, Indiana). Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective (Mennonite Church/General Conference Mennonite Church
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  • First Mennonite Church Calgary Denominational Affiliations: Mennonite Church Alberta (1950-present) Conference of Mennonites in Canada / Mennonite Church
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  • Church. "History" Accessed 10 March 2019. https://www.northdanverschurch.org/history. North Danvers Mennonite Church website. MLA style Mierau, Hugo J. "North
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  • From the beginning of its history, admission into the membership of the Anabaptist-Mennonite movement (church) has been (1) a matter of the action of the
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  • Allgemeine Bundeskonferenz der Mennonitengemeinden in Russland (category Inter-Mennonite Boards and Organizations)
    Dutch Mennonite mission work, etc.), publication (Gesangbuch, Choralbuch, uniform catechism, ministers' manual, conference paper, Mennonite history textbook
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  • Flanders, 1530-1650: A Century of Struggle. Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History 9. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1961. Verheyden, A. L. E. "Het Mennisme
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  • cases, there are aspects of Mennonite history which do not fit well at all. Notable here are the experiences of Mennonite colonies in the Ukraine and in
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  • intimate colleague of her husband in his work as a Mennonite historian. Herself learned in Mennonite history, she won the prize offered in 1908 by the Vereinigung
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  • Antiquarian Association). He is of special interest for church history and Mennonite history for his inclination to Christian revivalism (Réveil). Most of
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  • Ernst. "The Value of Family History for Mennonite History, With Illustrations From Nafziger Family Materials." Mennonite Quarterly Review 11 (1928): 66-79
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  • in the [[Amsterdam Mennonite Library (Bibliotheek en Archief van de Vereenigde Doopsgezinde Gemeente te Amsterdam)|Amsterdam Mennonite Library]]. By the
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  • North Newton, Kansas, started a Vistula Mennonite Studies Project to promote publications about Polish Mennonite history and to collect archival documentation
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  • Longenecker's (40) in Pennsylvania. Reformed Mennonite Churches in 2014 Eshleman, Wilmer J. "History of the Reformed Mennonite Church" in Papers Read Before the Lancaster
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  • Bender founded the Mennonite Historical Society, the Mennonite Quarterly Review (1927- ), and Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History. Correll contributed
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  • German, and Eastern American Mennonite materials and also Mennonite family histories. MLA style Gratz, Delbert L. "Mennonite Historical Library (Bluffton
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  • Anabaptist-Mennonite history generally; support of research in Ontario Mennonite history; encouragement of publications in the field of Ontario Mennonite history;
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  • Horst, Irvin Buckwalter (1915-2011) (category Eastern Mennonite University Faculty and Staff)
    to serve with Mennonite Central Committee in postwar relief work. While there Horst began collecting books on Anabaptist/Mennonite history for the historical
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  • church history with a special emphasis upon those events of interest to Mennonites. The last part of the book gave a brief summary of Mennonite history and
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  • Christian Service (General Conference Mennonite Church). Newton, KS, 1960. Dyck, C. J., ed. Introduction to. Mennonite History. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1967:
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  • theology and history. Second, the content of Mennonite religious studies has changed. Going beyond Mennonite history and apologia, contemporary Mennonite religious
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  • Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society was organized 25 April 1958, to promote the study of Manitoba Mennonite history and collect and preserve materials
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  • ) at Soestdijk, a Dutch Mennonite pastor, serving at Wolvega 1892-94 and Hoorn 1894-1932, wrote two papers on Mennonite history, one on Pieter Ris published
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  • Franklin. Centennial History of the Mennonites of Illinois 1829-1929. Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite history, 3. Goshen, Ind: Mennonite Historical Society
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  • rich and valuable collection of the Amsterdam Mennonite Library, as far as it deals with Mennonite history: Catalogus van Doopsgezinde Geschriften behoorende
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  • the province of Kiev in Russia (now Ukraine) and of significance to Mennonite history as the point of identification for the Deutsch-Michalin settlement
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  • 6 vols.), he discusses the Mennonites with pleasant objectivity, thus making his book a notable source for Mennonite history, especially in Alsace. Hege
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  • whose last term of service, at Deventer 1891-1913, is of interest for Mennonite history, was the author of De Rijnsburger Collegianten (Haarlem, 1895), a treatise
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  •   No.1 in the series “Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History.” Two Centuries of American Mennonite Literature: A Bibliography of Mennonitica Americana
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  • Dutch Mennonite pastor, serving at Workum 1890-1908 and at Vlissingen-Goes 1908-27. He was married to G. Gaastra. He was well versed in Mennonite history
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  • scholars, notably Delbert Plett, assess Reimer's role in Russian-Mennonite church history more favorably. They see him not as an intractable, fanatical religious
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  • the earlier period by Mennonite or non-Mennonite was (the Mennonite scholar) Marten Schagen's 1745 list (Naamlijst) of Dutch Mennonite writers and their writings
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  • from 1904. He did not join the church, but was much interested in Mennonite history. In the Rotterdamsch Jaarboekje of 1910 he published a paper on Jan
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  • In Mennonite history a number of Timmermans are found, in many cases not related to one another. Herman (de) Timmerman was a well-known Mennonite elder
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  • sufferings. It contains many Mennonite martyrs both Dutch and Swiss. The book is of no special value for Mennonite history. The 51 pictures found in it
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  • meer speciaal Zaansche (Wormerveer, 1937). Of great interest for Mennonite history is the memorial volume which he wrote on the occasion of the 250th
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  • famed for his research in the history of Schleswig-Holstein, and especially of his home Dithmarschen. For Mennonite history two of his articles, written
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  • as a sectarian quirk. Mennonite historian Paul Toews has suggested that progressive Mennonite groups (especially the "old" Mennonite Church [MC], the General
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  • seminary classes cover topics ranging from the history of grace to messianic Judaism and Mennonite history to Karl Barth and Ernst Bloch. Memorials to Kuiper
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  • East Friesland,  was the author and editor of an important source of Mennonite history, the book Gründliche Historic von den Begebenheiten, Streitigkeiten
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  • of interest for Mennonite history because of the fact that after the death of Galenus Abrahamsz in 1706 he trained a number of Mennonite preachers and also
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  • library of Strasbourg, have by no means been exhausted with respect to Mennonite history. Ficker, Johannes. Thesaurus Baumianus. Straßburg: Selbstverl. d. Bibl
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  • study of Mennonite history. "In the three parts of the Jan Klaasen trilogy we are placed among the Collegiants; to this group belonged many Mennonites, whom
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  • having been published in three editions. In it Mennonite history is given authentic treatment by Mennonite and Protestant authorities (e.g., Prof. Cramer)
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  • geographic space but in Mennonite history. Whereas Saskatchewan had the large Hague-Osler and Herbert settlements of Mennonites who migrated from Manitoba
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  • The Mennonites of America by C. Henry Smith, the first and by the 1950s the only comprehensive work on American Mennonite history, was published by the
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  • administrator. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press
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  • Stearns, articles on Mennonite history, and a few advertisements. The last five issues included the "Calendar of Meetings at all the Mennonite Congregations in
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  • contribution in making full use of Mennonite art, photography, fiction, poetry, etc., for the first time in American Mennonite history, in presenting the various
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  • belonged to the duchy of Gotha. Reinhardsbrunn is of importance in Mennonite history in the fact that here and in the castle nine Anabaptists were imprisoned
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  • Hartzler and Daniel Kauffman, Mennonite Church History (MC, 1905, pp. 422); J. A. Huffman, History of the Mennonite Brethren in Christ Church (1920, pp
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  • historiography of religious history in the Netherlands. Unfortunately, hopes for a successive volume on later Mennonite history died with him. Zijlsta was
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  • Kitchener Mennonite Brethren Church (Kitchener, Ontario, Canada) (category Ontario Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches Congregations) (section Original Mennonite Encyclopedia Article)
    congregations -- Waterloo Mennonite Brethren in 1960, Zion Mennonite Brethren in 1961, and Glencairn Mennonite Brethren in 1988. Kitchener Mennonite Brethren hosted
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  • related to Anabaptist and Mennonite history. This article focuses on the development and impact of tourism on Amish and Mennonite communities. In the middle
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  • trustees of Eastern Mennonite University and Christopher Dock Mennonite High School. She was active in leadership in the Mennonite Church (MC), serving
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  • childhood. One of Schroeder’s primary interests was Mennonite history. When the Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies first opened in Winnipeg in 1969,
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  • a large number of books and papers on very different subjects; for Mennonite history his bibliographical study on David Joris, published at The Hague in
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  • Catholic bishop, first of 's Hertogenbosch, then of Antwerp, is known in Mennonite history as an inquisitor. He was born 12 August 1506 at Zon in Brabant. In
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  • incorrect and always unkind, are important to the understanding of Mennonite history. They were published by Samuel Cramer with an introduction (Bibliotheca
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  • "Russian" Mennonite history. During the 1960s he gained access to Soviet archival collections in Leningrad and Moscow dealing with Mennonite-government
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  • Eighth Street Mennonite Church. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale
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  • Cate was much interested in Mennonite history and wrote many articles in the Dutch weekly, De Zondagsbode and Dutch non-Mennonite periodicals. He contributed
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  • of theological writings. For Mennonite history he is of interest because of his disputes with Joannes Stinstra, the Mennonite minister of Harlingen, who
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  • 1692. Bekker is also of interest in Mennonite history for his quarrel (1688) with Lieuwe Willems Graaf, the Mennonite minister of Harlingen (the subject
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  • Discipline of 1779,” Mennonite Quarterly Review XI (1937): 163-68. Correll, Ernst. “The Value of Family History for Mennonite History: With Illustrations
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  • in 1718." On the whole, this history shows clearly what great progress research had made in the field of Mennonite history. Hege, Christian and Christian
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  • Suffering Church." Mennonite Quarterly Review 58 (1984): 5-29. Kuhler, W. J. "Dutch Mennonite Relief Work in the 17th and 18th Centuries." Mennonite Quarterly Review
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  • was organized, sponsored by the First Mennonite Church, Johannesthal Mennonite Church, and Bruderthal Mennonite Church of Hillsboro, which made itself
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  • century. In any case it is in Zürich that the name appears first in Mennonite history; Jacob Eby was ordained bishop there in 1683. His son Theodorus Eby
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  • and generous man whose family record has helped preserve a part of Mennonite history. Through his writings and his life, he left a legacy for his descendants
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  • Münster in Westphalia and a research scholar in history, who rendered valuable service to Mennonite history in a series of articles on the Anabaptist disorders
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  • interest in researching various aspects of Mennonite history. He eventually published ten books, including the Mennonite Historical Atlas, which he wrote together
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  • n_(Mennonite_Church)&oldid=89786. APA style Bender, Harold S. (1957). Mennonite Research Foundation (Mennonite Church). Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia
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  • 22, 1941, at the age of 81 years. Johann Friesen was interested in Mennonite history and was very gifted in tracing back various relationships, for over
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  • the Lord's, a history of Lancaster Mennonites by John L. Ruth. During Carolyn Wenger's time as its executive director, the Lancaster Mennonite Historical
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  • 649-52. Verheyden, A. L. E. "Introduction to the History of the Mennonites in Flanders," Mennonite Quarterly Review XXI (April 1947) 51-63: Verheyden
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  • represented in Europe and North America by a number of Mennonite families. Significant in Mennonite history was Ulrich Engel, who emigrated from the Canton of
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  • Ens, Gerhard (1922-2011) (category Mennonite Church Manitoba Ministers)
    founding member of the Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society in 1958 and continued to pursue his interest in Mennonite history for many years. In 1972, he
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  • Volendam Mennonite Church (General Conference Mennonite [GCM]), located in Colony Volendam near Puerto Mbopicua, a member of the South American District
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  • Russian-Canadian Mennonites." Mennonite Life 1 (January 1946): 22-25. Reimer, Al. "The Russian-Mennonite Experience in Fiction." Mennonite Images: Historical
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  • from my time 1672-1696," which gives some valuable information on Mennonite history. His Lyckreden op het Christelijk en zalig afsterven van . . . Albert
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  • Dutch literature, art, and especially the history of the late Middle Ages, as well as the history of the Mennonites. Boekenoogen wrote a number of short themes
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  • issues the Monatshefte printed important and valuable material on Mennonite history. Later it stressed social and ethical problems and pedagogical questions
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  • work, Rerum frisicarum historia (1596-1615), is a valuable source for Mennonite history. He was a violent opponent of David Joris, concerning whose life and
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  • (1820-1904): First Mennonite Missionary to Java." Mennonite Quarterly Review 52 (1978): 58-76. Juhnke, James C. A People of Mission: a History of General Conference
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  • Voolstra, Sjouke (1942-2004) (category Amsterdam Mennonite Theological Seminary Faculty and Staff)
    published in Mennonite Quarterly Review (1983 and 1988). To a lesser extent, Voolstra also published on topics related to Dutch Mennonite history of the 19th
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  • Chilliwack Mennonite Mission Church, a daughter congregation of Chilliwack First Mennonite, and then returned to Greendale First Mennonite where he served
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  • Armytage, W. H. G. A Social History of Engineering. London: Faber and Faber, 1961. Dyck, C. J., ed. Introduction to Mennonite History. Scottdale, PA: Herald
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  • the field of Mennonite history and was among the most respected Mennonite historians in the world. His articles appeared in The Mennonite Quarterly Review
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  • questions of youth, suggestions on good literature, and also articles on Mennonite history were published by the paper. The youth movement, which was at that
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  • 1734), a work which in a number of respects has value for the study of Mennonite history. It was thought that the book reflected Spinoza's views, giving rise
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  • it contained religious meditations and articles from the field of Mennonite history and literature. The first editor was Arnold Bachmann (d. 1920). At
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  • 1666, published by Geleyn Jansz, is of great importance for Dutch Mennonite history, because in the same volume are inserted a number of other documents
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  • Pennsylvania German Mennonites in Canadian history. Her contribution is acknowledged in many volumes of Ontario Mennonite history. Bergey, Lorna L. Lorna
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  • Mission: A History of General Conference Mennonite Overseas Missions. Newton, KS: Faith and Life, 1979: 30-32; Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in
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  • of a Mennonite church (Mennonite Church), organized before 1880 under Bishop Abraham Newschwanger (Hartzler and Kauffman, Mennonite Church History). In
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  • Their American Descendants. Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite history, no. 8. Goshen, Ind: Mennonite Historical Society, Goshen College, 1994: passim. Address:
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  • Proliferation of Mennonite institutions during the 20th century reflects the vitality of Mennonite life and the breadth of Mennonite concern. That Mennonites should
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  • major love, Mennonite historical writing. Having received a commission from the Mennonite General Conference to write a history of the Mennonite Church in
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  • 1950 to 1966 studying and giving literary shape to Mennonite history, tracing the movement of Mennonites from Holland to North Germany, then to Prussia, later
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  • Mahoning-Columbiana counties of eastern Ohio, and in Elkhart County, Indiana. For Mennonite history the most significant branch of the family goes back to Christian Wisler
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  • theological history. Despite its nominally short life, the Reforming Mennonite Society represented a deep rift that had been growing in the Mennonite Church
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  • the University of Utrecht awarded him an honorary degree in 1878. On Mennonite history Hartog published the fol­lowing booklets and papers: Levensbericht
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  • clearly was directed primarily to Mennonites as the name would indicate. It carried some articles on Mennonite history. Ernst, E. Z. A Condensed Genealogical
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  • one on Low German and the other on Mennonite names, and he had a strong interest in Anabaptist and Mennonite history. His wife, Elizabeth, also pursued
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  • August 1851, Chortitza Mennonite Settlement, South Russia). Peter died on 27 March 1849 at his home on Insel Chortitza, Chortitza Mennonite Settlement, where
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  • 1940-1946, and Rotterdam 1946-?. In 1946 he began teaching Mennonite history in the Amsterdam Mennonite Seminary, and in 1954 he became a lector (professor)
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  • Pieterzijl (Grijpskerk) congregation and published a booklet on the Mennonite history of the area in which he lived: Aanteekeningen uit de Geschiedenis der
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  • 1802). De Vries was also interested in Mennonite history and possessed a good collection of about 1500 Mennonite books, which he contributed to the En­schede
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  • Amish Mennonite Church was listed by Hartzler and Kaurfman (Mennonite Church History) in 1905 as a congregation of 18 members in the Amish Mennonite Western
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  • author repeats here as supposedly the result of scholarly research in Mennonite history is completely without value. He reveals neither the least familiarity
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  • remaining property to the Collegiant orphanage. Of some interest to Mennonite history is his book, published posthumously: De recht weerlooze Christen. Of
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  • He had a strong interest in history, especially in Russian Mennonite history. He was instrumental in developing the Mennonite Historical Library and Archives
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  • Conference Mennonite Church produced a statement, The authority of the Bible. In 1966 the Mennonite Church and General Conference Mennonite churches produced
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  • Committee of the Mennonite Church, and the Mennonite Historian (1976-), published by the History-Archives Committee of the Conference of Mennonites in Canada
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  • years, he pub­lished numerous articles, a few of them concerning Dutch Mennonite history. Jeronimo de Vries was a trustee of the Algemeene Doopsgezinde Sociëteit
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  • An Original History of the Religious Denominations . . . United States (1844), contains the first sketches of Mennonite and Amish history published in
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  • Volume 5 of The Mennonite Encyclopedia. Elmer began writing congregational and community histories around 1980. Having taught world history and geography
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  • (Guatemala Mennonite Church) is the result of mission work cosponsored by the Eastern Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities (Mennonite Church) and
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  • Rempel, Johann G. (1890-1963) (category Mennonite Church Canada Ministers)
    mainly on the subject of Mennonite history. Johann G. Rempel was the older half-brother to the distinguished Russian Mennonite historian David G. Rempel
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  • Langnau Mennonite congregation. His deepest interest was, however, the promotion of the Evangelical Alliance, more than the development of the Mennonite congregations
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  • the Hartzler and Kauffman Mennonite Church History in 1905. This was possibly the Bowman congregation. Kauffman, Daniel. Mennonite Cyclopedic Dictionary.
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  • Bible, Exegesis, Doctrine, Ethics, Biblical Archaeology, Church History, Mennonite History, Missions, Hymnology (Das geistliche Lied), German Language, English
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  • of Mennonite Studies, which he edited from 1983 to his retirement in 1995. Upon retirement he was made professor emeritus of history and Mennonite studies
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  • by the Mennonite Printery and the Methodist publishing house at Buenos Aires (1943). This is still the only book in Spanish on Mennonite history. The T
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  • compiled the bibliography while he was a Goshen College student studying Mennonite history. His professor, Harold S. Bender, was instrumental in seeing its publication
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  • Amish Mennonite Conference (1855-1921) Iowa-Nebraska Mennonite Conference (1921-2001) Central Plains Mennonite Conference (2001-present) Mennonite Church
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  • baptized on 7 June 1964 in the Ridgewood Evangelical Mennonite Church and in 1985 joined the Steinbach Mennonite Church. He graduated from the University of Manitoba
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  • MCC." The Canadian Mennonite 4 (6 March1956): 1. "AMUS Visits Churches." The Canadian Mennonite 8 (26 February 1960): 3. "Mennonite Student Group Strives
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  • member of College Mennonite Church. Nelson Springer died 16 June 2004 in Goshen, Indiana. His ashes were scattered at the College Mennonite Church Scattering
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  • was born. While operating the farm Henry's mind was often on Russian Mennonite history as demonstrated by his frequent correspondence with Dr. David Rempel
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  • the building was remodeled in 1902, this contract, unique in German Mennonite history, was dissolved for the payment of a nominal sum. The Ludwigshafen-Friesenheim
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  • works and authors had been previously discussed in Hermann Schijn's Mennonite history, which was almost in every case cited as source. Since the discussions
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  • the Javanese Mennonite church established the Biblical Seminary in Pati. The expenses of this project were shared equally by the Mennonite Central Committee
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  • Evangelical Mennonite Church, 1980: 67-68. Liechty, Joseph C. "Humility: the Foundation of the Mennonite Religious Outlook in the 1860s." Mennonite Quarterly
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  • the Mennonite Conference of Ontario (Norman High), one United Mennonite (Henry H. Epp), one Mennonite Brethren (Henry H. Dueck), one Amish Mennonite (Orland
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  • gold. These medals are also important for Mennonite history. Doopsgezinde Bijdragen (1916): 75f, 95-98. Mennonite Brethren Herald (21 Jan 1977): 23. Mevius
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  • Board include: Mennonite Historical Society of Canada, Mennonite Church USA Archives, Mennonite Brethren Historical Commission, Mennonite Central Committee
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  • Epp, Menno H. (1932-2011) (category Mennonite Church Alberta Ministers)
    ministry in 1964 at the West Abbotsford Mennonite Church. From 1967 to 1969 he attended the Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries (AMBS) in Elkhart,
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  • Abraham Warkentin: Mennonite (General Conference Mennonite [GCM]) minister and educator; born in Ladekopp, Molotschna Mennonite settlement, South Russia
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  • Dutch family name, both Mennonite and non-Mennonite, the Dutch word mulder meaning miller. There have been a number of Mennonite ministers by this name
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  • the Conservative Mennonite Conference and the Mennonite Church (MC). -- John C. Wenger, Harold S. Bender The General Conference Mennonite Church, organized
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  • founding of two India Mennonite missions, the Mennonite Church in 1899 and the General Conference Mennonite Church in 1900. The Mennonite Brethren in Christ
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  • Glaubenslehre (A Brief Church History and Primer of Belief), a successful book on Mennonite history and doctrine. In 1953 The Canadian Mennonite was begun in Winnipeg
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  • as the Mennonite Heritage Center at Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg and the Mennonite Historical Library in Goshen, Indiana. Mennonite Historical
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  • Vision. Goshen, IN, Mennonite Historical Society, 1944, reprint from Mennonite Quarterly Review 18 (1944): 67-88. "A Directory of Mennonite Insurance and Mutual
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  • newcomers through Mennonite Immigration Aid, a business-oriented agency that he helped establish to work in competition with the Mennonite Board of Colonization
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  • Anabaptist history. GRANDMA (The Genealogical Registry and Database of Mennonite Ancestry) Database, 16-01 ed. Fresno, CA: " California Mennonite Historical
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  • Amish). Mennonite Historian (Mennonite Heritage Committee of Mennonite Church Canada and Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies in Canada). Mennonite Heritage
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  • Keim, Albert N. (1935-2008) (category Eastern Mennonite University Faculty and Staff)
    the recently compiled "The Essential Anabaptist-Mennonite History Reading List" published in the Mennonite Historical Bulletin (April 2008). Keim was attracted
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  • scholarship also affected Mennonite scholars. This is beginning to include the use of social history methods in writing religious history, more so when writing
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  • Fundamentalism on Mennonite Nonresistance 1908-1944." MA Thesis, University of Minnesota, 1973. History and Ideology: American Mennonite Identity Definition
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  • Esau, Dietrich P. (1888-1947) (category Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches Ministers)
    subjects as German, ethics, Bible stories, catechism, church and Mennonite history. At the Mennonite Collegiate Institute, he was also the school’s music master
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  • church history and Mennonite history at Bethel Bible Institute, Abbotsford, from 1945 to 1951. He was chair of the Conference of United Mennonite Churches
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  • National Archives on various aspects of Mennonite history and genealogy. Several papers were printed in Mennonite publications. He especially focused his
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  • Company (headquarters at Hamburg, Germany). In Mennonite history there have been only a few instances of Mennonites abandoning a settlement they had begun; e
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  • treatment of the Old Order Mennonite and Amish groups in the 19th and early 20th centuries and in his history of the (Old) Mennonite mission movement titled
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  • Hartzler-Kauffman Mennonite Church History) came in 1828. John Martin was the first deacon (according to Cassel's History of the Mennonites, p. 169). In 1831
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  • Foundation: The Mennonites of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, and Washington County, Maryland, 1730-1970. Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite history, no. 42.
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  • later worked in the apple orchards and fields. Peter's interest in Mennonite history and archival preservation was evident already prior to their marriage
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  • and archivists began to meet on a sporadic basis to debate issues of Mennonite history in Paraguay. In 1999, after several meetings, the group decided to
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  • Dyck, Cornelius J. “C. J.” (1921-2014) (category Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary Faculty and Staff)
    Dyck, Cornelius J., ed. Introduction to Mennonite History: a Popular History of the Anabaptists and the Mennonites. Scottdale, PA and Kitchener, ON: Herald
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  • (Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society). Ontario Mennonite History (Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario). Mennonite Historian (Mennonite Brethren Historical
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  • Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society); Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, Lancaster, PA (1958; Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society); Mennonite Heritage
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  • Three Major American Mennonite Groups.” In 1950 Just was invited to Tabor College, where he taught sociology and Mennonite history until 1955. He was well
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  • Epp, George K. (1924-1997) (category Mennonite Brethren Bible College Faculty and Staff)
    various disciplines—ranging from Anabaptist history and theology, Russian and Soviet Mennonite history, to Mennonite literature. He was a man of courage, deep
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  • (14 October 1863, Neuhorst, Chortitza Mennonite Settlement, South Russia - 15 July 1921, Romanovka, Orenburg Mennonite Settlement, Russia) and Anna (Epp)
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  • form the most important source material for the study of Anabaptist-Mennonite history. Only a little of this material is privately owned; most of it has
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  • Pilgrim Fellowship (Hattieville, Belize) (category Beachy Amish Mennonite Fellowship Congregations)
    migration. Global Mennonite History series. Intercourse, Pa.: Good Books, 2010: 234-235. Yoder, Elmer S. The Beachy Amish Mennonite Fellowship Churches
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  • undergone many changes in its history as a "buffer state" and played a significant role in the history of the Mennonites who moved eastward from the Netherlands
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  • follow Jesus in simple faith has remained in Mennonite thought throughout Mennonite history. However Mennonite understanding of this ethic and its outworking
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  • became one of the "legends" of Ontario Mennonite mission history. Shantz, Merle. "Clifford Anson Snyder." Mennonite Yearbook and Directory 39 (1948): 28-29
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  • most dramatic acts in Canadian Mennonite history David Toews signed the contract on 21 July as Chairman of the Mennonite Board of Colonization. Most likely
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  • Ansiedlung (Berdyansk, 1910). The history of the Mennonite Brethren, in the framework of the total Mennonite history of Russia, was written in a nearly
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  • Country, 1956 & 2006 Merged to form Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada in 2002. Became part of Mennonite Brethren Church in 1960 1956 number
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  • part cast off the Spanish yoke. This event opened a new chapter in Mennonite history. The time of blood-witnessing was past. The last martyr in the northern
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  • Mennonitische Geschichtsblätter, Ostdeutsche Familienkunde, Mennonite Quarterly Review, and Mennonite Family History; and also on websites such as GAMEO and mennonitegenealogy
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  • Anabaptist songs in African hearts. Global Mennonite history series. Intercourse, PA: Good Books, 2006: 184-185. Mennonite Mission Network. Botswana. Web. 29 March
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  • materials of Anabaptist history. Bender, Harold S. "Publication and Research Projects in Anabaptist-Mennonite History." Mennonite Quarterly Review (January
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  • Electronic map of Mennonite villages in Crimea (Schroeder, William. "Maps and Historical Notes related to Mennonite History." Winnipeg, Man.: Mennonite Heritage
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  • early meetinghouse setting. Mennonite Heritage Center, Harleysville, PA, displays three centuries of Mennonite life. Mennonite Heritage Center, Metamora
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  • and the Mennonite heritage for direction and guidance. Though sexuality is not a major theme of the Mennonite witness, the Bible and the Mennonite heritage
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  • rebuilding the scattered Mennonite congregations in France. The conference then asked the Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities (Mennonite Church at Elkhart)
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  • was a Mennonite preacher, a native of Germany who settled in Holland probably before 1590. He is one of the most prolific writers of Dutch Mennonite devotional
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  • American Mennonite (Mennonite Church) missionaries. Maintaining the German language in a French environment was less difficult for the Mennonites in the
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  • But the peaceful Mennonites soon predominated. The history of the Anabaptists in Antwerp is hard to write. It is the very disturbed history of an extremely
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  • Flanders, 1530-1650: a century of struggle. Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite history 9. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald Press, 1961. Verheyden, A. L. E. "Het Mennisme
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  • portraits of Menno Simons. Among 20th century Mennonite authors of short stories, all dealing with Mennonite history, are to be mentioned Pastor Hermanus Schuurmans
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  • Akers Mennonite Church (Akers, Louisiana, USA) (category Mennonite Church (MC) Congregations)
    South Central Frontiers: A History of the South Central Mennonite Conference. Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, no. 17. Scottdale, Pa.: Herald
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  • in Russian Mennonite History and the People that Made Them Happen. Winnipeg: Springfield Publishers, 1999: 48, 87, 99. Toews, J. A. A History of the Mennonite
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  • Inlet Mennonite Church (Wauseon, Ohio, USA) (category Mennonite Church USA Congregations) (section Pastoral Leaders at Inlet Mennonite Church)
    Affiliations: Ohio Conference of Mennonite Church USA Mennonite Church USA MLA style Steiner, Samuel J. "Inlet Mennonite Church (Wauseon, Ohio, USA)." Global
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  • The Birch Grove Mennonite Church emerged from the vision of Mennonite deer hunters from the Maple Grove Mennonite Church who began a Summer Bible School
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  • Ark Bible Chapel (Boyertown, Pennsylvania, USA) (category Mennonite Church USA Congregations)
    USA, began in 1964 as a church plant of the Conestoga Mennonite Church and the Oley Mennonite Church. It was first known as "Ark" Fellowship. Elmer Petersheim
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  • 128-132. Mennonite World Conference. "2000 Europe Mennonite & Brethren in Christ Churches." Web. 27 February 2011. [broken link]. Mennonite World Conference
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  • 19th century in almost all countries. In some Mennonite groups - e.g., the Mennonite Brethren and the Mennonite Church (MC) - the synodal idea conquered by
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  • Lombard, IL: Mennonite World Conference, 1978: 107-111. Mennonite World Handbook Supplement. Strasbourg, France, and Lombard, IL: Mennonite World Conference
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  • s-and-out-of-cambridge-s-history/ Wiebe, Anne. “Mennonite Brethren Beginnings in Ontario 1924-1932” Ontario Mennonite History 25, no. 1 (June 2007): 1-10
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  • 179-80. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1972:
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  • College, 1931 Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press
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  • Hutterite colonies; Mennonite agriculturalists in Europe; Mennonite colonies in Russia, Canada, and Latin America; and the Mennonite settlements in various
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  • also Colonies, Colonists, Mennonite Correll, Ernst. "Canadian Agricultural Records on Mennonite Settlements" (1875-77) Mennonite Quarterly Review 21 (1947):
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  • Port Elgin Mennonite Church (Port Elgin, Ontario, Canada) (category Mennonite Church (MC) Congregations)
    A Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario. Kitchener, ON: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935: 122-123, 190. Horst, Isaac R. "1 Mennonite Settlement
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  • distinct Mennonite bodies or agencies (with years of adherence); viz., Mennonite Church (MC) 1920, General Conference Mennonite 1920, Mennonite Brethren
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  • 1921): 301-2. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press
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  • "Vincent Mennonite Church history." Vincent Mennonite Church. 2010. Web. 17 November 2016. http://www.vincentmc.org/about-us.html. Wenger, J. C. History of the
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  • Europe." Mennonite Quarterly Review 44 (1970): 141-58. Sawatsky, Rodney J. "History and Ideology: American Mennonite Identity Definition Through History. Ph
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  • in Germany." Mennonite Historical Bulletin 41 (July 1980): 1-6. Mennonite World Handbook (MWH), ed. Paul N. Kraybill. Lombard, IL: Mennonite World Conference
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  • in the Mennonite Church, 1900-1930." Mennonite Quarterly Review 54 (1980): 163-­207, at 172, 179-80 et passim. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in
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  • Author, 1963. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press
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  • Pentecostally-influenced Mennonite churches in Arecibo and El Buen Pastor church in Hatillo decided to separate from CIEMPR and formed the Evangelical Mennonite Mission
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  • 1963): 1062. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press
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  • December 1975. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press
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  • Elkhart, IN. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962, Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History, vol. 14. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press
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  • relation to the Mennonites. Sharp, S. Z. Educational History of the Church of the Brethren. Elgin, IL: Brethren Press, 1923. Winger, Otho. History and Doctrines
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  • cts/.  "Boynton Mennonite History." Boynton Mennonite Church. Web. 30 September 2009. http://www.boyntonmennonite.org/history/historyMain.html. Address:
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  • Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Board of Missions, 1939. Lehman, M. C. Mennonite Relief Work, an annotated bibliography. Goshen College: Mennonite Relief Training
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  • Provincial Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches and 35 with Mennonite Church British Columbia, the provincial level of the Mennonite Church Canada. There
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  • Introduction to Mennonite History. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 1967, 1981. Epp, Frank H. Mennonites in Canada, 1786-1920: the History of a Separate People
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  • to preserving the history of Amish and Mennonite families in Ontario. “Award of Excellence to Lorraine Roth.” Ontario Mennonite History (June 2010): 5. Web
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  • Anabaptist and Mennonite Spirituality." Mennonite Quarterly Review, 62 (1988): 5-25. Mennonite Weekly Review (19 February 1987): 6. Mennonite Reporter (25
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  • programs ushered in the new name, Eastern Mennonite University, in 1994. From an education for Mennonites to a Mennonite education for all, EMU’s program integrates
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  • life of Mennonite congregations, both Mennonite Church. and General Conference Mennonite. The only one of the above-mentioned extinct Ohio Mennonite congregations
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  • elementary Christian schools listed in the Mennonite Church Yearbook. The General Conference Mennonite Church and the Mennonite Brethren have been less inclined
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  • Alberta-Saskatchewan Mennonite Conference representative on the Mennonite Publication Board of the General Conference of the Mennonite Church. During the
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  • extensive research on Mennonite settlements in Manitoba by E. K. Francis; and (6) the Mennonite family census conducted in 1950 by the Mennonite Research Foundation
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  • author relates incidents from his family history in fictional form. Tales from Ancient and Recent Mennonite History (1948), his only writing in English, is
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  • Anniversary History of Tabor Mennonite Church. Newton: Tabor Mennonite Church, 1983. "Pioneers, Wheat, and Faith. Centennial Photo Section." Mennonite Life 29
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  • (1884), which covers the history of all Mennonites in all countries. The need for a scholarly Dutch history of the Mennonites of the Netherlands grew more
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  • Philadelphia First Mennonite Church) and the Second Mennonite Church (GCM, 1899) at Franklin and Indiana. In the late 1950s, the Norris Square Mennonite Church, or­ganized
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  • the inter-Mennonite idea, having a board unofficially representing three Mennonite bodies (General Conference Mennonite, Evangelical Mennonite, and Central
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  •  Anabaptist (Mennonite) Directory (2007): 43; (2009): 40; (2011): 39; (2012-13): 41. Miller, Ivan J. History of the Conservative Mennonite Conference. Grantsville
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  • Dyck, Cornelius J. An Introduction to Mennonite History: A Popular History of the Anabaptists and the Mennonites, 3rd ed. Scottdale, PA, Waterloo, ON:
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  • 000, and annual per capita giving was $142.07. For the history of the group before 1947 see Mennonite Brethren in Christ Church. The government of the United
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  • Conference: Lancaster Mennonite School (1942, Lancaster), two homes for the aged, i.e., Mennonite Home (1903, Lancaster) and Welsh Mountain Samaritan Home (1898,
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  • mutual aid) fostered by inter-Mennonite cooperation in Mennonite Central Committee, Mennonite Disaster Service, Mennonite mutual aid associations, and a
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  • In 1945, the Yarrow Mennonite Brethren Church established a private school, later known as the Sharon Mennonite Collegiate Institute (SMCI), on the church
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  • Anniversary: Publication of Mennonite Brethren Bible College, 1944-1969. Winnipeg: Mennonite Brethren Bible College, 1969. Canadian Mennonite University MLA style
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  • Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, p. 22. All rights reserved. ©1996-2021 by the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. All
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  • 1954 there were 46 Mennonite congregations in Friesland and 9 fellowship groups (Kring) in towns where there was no organized Mennonite church. All congregations
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  • Beaverdam Mennonite Church (Corry, Pennsylvania, USA) (category Ohio Conference of Mennonite Church USA Congregations) (section Beaverdam Mennonite Church Ministers)
    Beaverdam Mennonite Church (Mennonite Church USA) is located near Corry, Erie County, Pennsylvania. In the fall of 1940, members of Britton Run Mennonite Church
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  • the Polish kings are noteworthy. The Mennonites in Russia constituted an extra¬ordinary segment of Mennonite history in so far as their manner of settlement
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  • and General Conference Mennonite Church into Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada (formerly Conference of Mennonites in Canada). Instead of
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  • grown. In 1965 Eastern Mennonite Seminary was established, so that what was once Eastern Mennonite College was now Eastern Mennonite College and Seminary
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  • of the history of the Mennonites and their martyrs was somewhat dubious, given as it is in the jeuilleton spirit of the journalist. True to history was his
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  • to Evangelical Mennonite Church in 1952 and to Evangelical Mennonite Conference (EMC) in 1960. Recent research in Kleine Gemeinde history has provided additional
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  • The Mennonite Church in the Upper Penninsula of Michigan. Engadine: the author, 1986. Weaver, W. B. History of the Central Conference Mennonite Church
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  • person who worked to preserve the history of the Kansas Mennonite people. "Former Bethel College professor dies." Mennonite Weekly Review (21 Novmember 2005):
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  • Others were: "How Can Mennonite Doctrines Receive More Recognition," Bundesbote, 1895; "Mennonite Settlements in Kansas," Mennonite Yearbook, 1896; "Our
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  • Episode in the History of the Ontario Mennonite Brethren Churches." Mennonite Historian 13, no. 2 (1987): 1-2. Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
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  • Abbotsford population, with 15 Mennonite Brethren, 6 Mennonite Church, and one Church of God in Christ, Mennonite congregations. Mennonite entrepreneurs excel in
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  • place over the course of CMBC's history, especially in the 1980s and 1990s which led to the founding of Canadian Mennonite University (a federation of three
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  • Halsey Mennonite Church (Halsey, Oregon, USA) (category Western Conservative Mennonite Fellowship Congregations)
    Cords, Strengthen the Stakes: A History of the Tangent Mennonite Church 1950-2000. Tangent, OR: Tangent Mennonite Church History Committee, 2000. Address: 910
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  • Williamsburg Mennonite Church (Williamsburg, Virginia, USA) (category Virginia Mennonite Conference Congregations)
    Jan Lehman. Williamsburg Mennonite Church. "History." Web. 5 April 2014. http://williamsburgmennonitechurch.org/About_Us/History. Address: 7800 Croaker Road
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  • Colebrookdale, and the Colebrookdale Mennonites until the mid-1950s were part of the Hereford Mennonite Church. "History of Colebrookdale Township." Web. 5
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  • 2003: 56-59, 61, 99. Shantz, Marcus. “Edna Hunsperger Bowman.” Ontario Mennonite History. Vol. 13 (September 1995): 17-19. MLA style Cressman, Miriam. "Bowman
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  • of special interest and value for Mennonite Brethren. Included among these are John A. Toews, A History of the Mennonite Brethren Church (1975), and Peter
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  • Cumberland Valley Mennonite Church, the Eastern Pennsylvania Mennonite Church, the Mid-Atlantic Mennonite Fellowship, and the Southeastern Mennonite Conference
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  • Indonesia (Indonesian Protestant Mennonite Church), which interacted with the Mennonite churches in Java and Mennonite Central Committee. However, in the
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  • Evangelical Mennonite (Grabill); Hope Fellowship (Wabash); Evangelical Mennonite (Lafayette); Evangelical Mennonite (Union City); Evangelical Mennonite (Upland);
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  • without a Mennonite congregation, or they changed their membership to another church. Some of the Mennonite refugees found new homes in largely Mennonite settlements
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  • under the Mennonite Church (MC). The General Conference Mennonites operate the Mennonite Home for the Aged (1896) at Frederick. The Mennonite Central Committee
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  • 1903-2003: Centennial History of the Northwest Mennonite Conference. Kitchener, ON : Pandora Press, 2003. Stauffer, Ezra. History of the Alberta-Saskatchewan
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  • Garry. "Covenant Mennonite Church History." 18 February 2015. Web. 10 July 2016. http://covenantmennonitechurch.ca/history/. Mennonite Reporter (26 July
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  • the Beachy Amish one with 49 members. Troyer, Glenn L., et al. Mennonite Church History of Howard and Miami Counties. Scottdale, PA, ca. 1917. MLA style
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  • moralistic and anti-intellectual flavor. Mennonite history and other historical subjects have captured the attention of Mennonite playwrights. Plays have frequently
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  • the General Conference Mennonite Church and Mennonite Church which led to the formation of Mennonite Church Canada and Mennonite Church USA, AMBS remained
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  • 1907 S. Union (Mennonite Church), 1893; Bethel Mennonite Church, Loomis and 14th Place (Mennonite Church), 1950; Mennonite Mexican Mission, 1014 Blue Island
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  • and Daniel Kauffman. Mennonite Church History. Scottdale, PA: Mennonite Book and Tract Society, 1905. Kauffman, Daniel. Mennonite cyclopedic dictionary:
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  • Eastern Amish Mennonite, Indiana-Michigan Amish Mennonite, and Western District Amish Mennonite, all of which later merged with the Mennonite Church (MC)
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  • style Wiens, Victor. "Mennonite Brethren Missions/Services International (Mennonite Brethren Church)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online.
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  • finest moments of Mennonite life are moments of sharing, especially in times of emergency. Since much of Mennonite history has been a history of persecution
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  • membership was 225. Cedar Grove Mennonite Church. "History." 2009. Web. 16 March 2010. http://www.cedargrovemc.org/history.html Hege, Christian and Christian
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  • the Northwest Mennonite Conference. Kitchener, ON : Pandora Press, 2003. "Duchess Mennonite Church History." 25 May 1997. Unpublished manuscript made available
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  • church at Wauseon, Ohio. Archbold Evangelical Mennonite Church. "History." http://www.archemc.org/history.php (accessed 24 March 2007) Address: 705 Lafayette
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  • restructuring of Mennonite Church, the General Conference Mennonite Church and the Conference of Mennonites in Canada into Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church
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  • was the Russian Mennonite immigrants to Canada in the 1920s who began this institution with the leadership and guidance of Mennonites who were descendants
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  • Soviets and Mennonites. Newton, KS: Faith and Life, 1982. Canada and the United States: Dyck, Cornelius J., ed. An Introduction to Mennonite History. Scottdale
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  • Elizabeth Martin: A Family History. Privately published, 2002. Epp-Tiessen, Esther. Mennonite Central Committee in Canada: A History. Winnipeg: CMU Press, 2013:
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  • Bihar Mennonite Hostel; Mennonite Service Agency, Bihar; Mennonite Higher Secondary School, Dhamtari; Garjan Memorial School, Balodgahan; Mennonite Primary
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  • Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario. [Kitchener, ON]: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935: 302. Erb, Paul. South Central Frontiers: a History of
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  • accepted a new inter-Mennonite affiliation in Ontario when the Conference of United Mennonite Churches of Ontario joined Mennonite Church (MC) congregations
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  • Epp, Frank H. (1929-1986) (category General Conference Mennonite Church Ministers)
    served General Conference Mennonite youth in Canada. As founding editor of The Canadian Mennonite (1953-1967) and Mennonite Reporter (1971-1973), he exercised
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  • Bethel Mennonite Church (Fortuna, Missouri, USA) (category General Conference Mennonite Church Congregations) (section Bethel Mennonite Church Pastoral Leaders)
    Evangelical Mennonite Church (renamed Fellowship of Evangelical Churches in 2003). Bethel Mennonite Church. "Bethel Mennonite Church - History." Web. 30
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  • Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches; Mennonite Conference of Eastern Canada; Mennonite Conference of Ontario and Quebec; Western Ontario Mennonite Conference;
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  • international European Mennonite journal by the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC). Full information about the German Mennonite congregations, organizations
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  • ordained as missionaries by the Spat Mennonite Brethren Church. They were sent as missionaries by both the Mennonite Brethren of Russia and the American
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  • of Dr. Alta Schrock.” Mennonite Historical Library (term paper) 1961-1962, John Horsch Mennonite History Essay Contest, Mennonite Historical Library. Goshen
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  • Anabaptist and Mennonite Discipleship." Mennonite Quarterly Review 62 (1988): 5-25. Martin, Dennis D. "Nothing New Under the Sun? Mennonites and History." Conrad
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  • Pine Grove Mennonite, Bowmansville; Saucon Mennonite, Coopersburg; Second Mennonite, Philadelphia; Springfield Mennonite, Pleasant Valley; and United Mennonite
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  • three at Eastern Mennonite College, seven on the official staff at the La Junta Mennonite School of Nursing, and seven on the Mennonite Publishing House
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  • Kuban Mennonite Settlement (Northern Caucasus, Russia) (category Mennonite Settlements in Russia)
    settlement, which throughout its brief history consisted predominantly of Mennonite Brethren, had its Mennonite privileges confirmed. The early settlement
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  • These progressive groups formed Amish Mennonite conferences which ultimately merged with Mennonite (Mennonite Church) conferences in 1916-1925. A later
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  • Gelderland (pop. 24,000, with 106 Mennonites in 1959; pop. 46,164 in 2005), the seat of a Mennonite congregation. Concerning the history of Anabaptism-Mennonitism
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  • faith: the story of Mennonite Biblical Seminary. Elkhart, IN: Mennonite Biblical Seminary, 1975. MLA style Pannabecker, S. F. "Mennonite Biblical Seminary
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  • of the Mennonites of Germany, longtime (1887-1939 and 1940-1943) pastor of the Weierhof, Palatinate, Mennonite Church, and scholar and Mennonite historian
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  • Nasporingen. II Leiden, 1875: 9-136. Studer, Gerald C. "A History of the Martyrs' Mirror." Mennonite Quarterly Review 22 (1948):163-79. Bracht, Thielem J.
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  • Bowman, Menno Biehn (1837-1906) (category Mennonite Brethren in Christ Ministers)
    on Bloomingdale Mennonite Church.” Ontario Mennonite History 15, no. 1 (April 1997): 28-31. Storms, Everek Richard. History of the United Missionary Church
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  • in Moravia. Mennonite World Conference. "2000 Europe Mennonite & Brethren in Christ Churches." Web. 27 February 2011. [broken link]. Mennonite World Conference
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  • Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 1, pp. 177-178. All rights reserved. ©1996-2021 by the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online
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  • United Mennonites led by Daniel Brenneman, to become the Mennonite Brethren in Christ. Later, portions of the Wenger group joined the Mennonite Brethren
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  • Diether Götz, ed. Mennonite World Handbook 1990: Mennonites in Global Witness. Carol Stream, IL: Mennonite World Conference, 1990. Mennonite World Conference
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  • com/congregations.html. Goshen Mennonite Church. "History of Goshen Mennonite Church." 2013. Web. 24 May 2019. http://www.goshenmennonite.org/history.html. Hershberger
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  • II, 438 f. Mennonite World Conference. "2000 Europe Mennonite & Brethren in Christ Churches." Web. 27 February 2011. [broken link]. Mennonite World Conference
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  • and advisor through the years of foreign Mennonite presence in Vietnam. Sponsored by the Eastern Mennonite Board of Missions and Charities (EMBMC), James
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  • Church of Canada. Albright, R. W. A History of the Evangelical Church. Harrisburg, PA, 1945. Rev. ed. Drury, A. W. History of the Church of the United Brethren
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  • Peace: A History of Mennonite Civilian Public Service. Akron, PA: Mennonite Central Committee, 1949. Lapp, John A. "The Peace Mission of the Mennonite Central
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  • Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 3, pp. 316-317. All rights reserved. ©1996-2021 by the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online
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  • 103-104. Website: Mennonite Church Alberta MLA style Dick, C. Lorne and Samuel J. Steiner. "Mennonite Church Alberta." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia
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  • 1957 was 752—Mennonite Brethren 187, General Conference Mennonite 565. -- Willard W. Wiebe Washington had Amish Mennonites and Swiss Mennonites in its Columbia
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  • publishes the Mennonite Weekly Review (1920). Another inter-Mennonite tabloid of news and opinion was Mennonite Reporter (1971-1997) from Mennonite Publishing
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  • (Evangelical) Mennonite Church was founded in 1905 in Russia as an offshoot of the Mennonite Church, in part at least to bridge the gap between the Mennonite Brethren
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  • Lena and Arvelia Lehozky. History and Modern Nursing. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Co., 1967. Lapp, John Allen. The Mennonite Church in India, 1897-1962
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  • "The Value of Family History for Mennonite History Illustrated from Nafziger Family Material of the Eighteenth Century." Mennonite Quarterly Review 2 (1928):
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  • agencies. On the seminary level three Mennonite groups (Mennonite Church, General Conference Mennonite Church, and Mennonite Brethren Church) have participated
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  • 1990: Mennonites in Global Witness. Carol Stream, IL: Mennonite World Conference, 1990. Mennonite World Conference. "2000 Africa Mennonite & Brethren in
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  • area in the 1950s included the First Mennonite (Mennonite Church USA), in town; Evangelical (Defenseless) Mennonite, in the country; Amish Christian, in
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  • of the Mennonites in Ontario. Kitchener, ON: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935: 73-77. Cressman, J. Boyd. "History of the First Mennonite Church." Mennonite
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  • Bethel Mennonite Church (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) (category Mennonite Church Manitoba Congregations) (section Bethel Mennonite Church Leading Ministers)
    Website: Bethel Mennonite Church Denominational Affiliations: Mennonite Church Manitoba Conference of Mennonites in Canada / Mennonite Church Canada (1950-present)
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  • such books as Eusebius' Church History (see Eusebius), Sebastian Franck's Chronica, and other works in church  history, then all the printed books by Hubmaier
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  • Bible College (CBC), now an inter-Mennonite (Mennonite Church British Columbia and British Columbia Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches) institution
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  • worker; (2) a Mennonite nursing service with a district nurse; (3) a Mennonite family aid service with two family social workers; (4) a Mennonite school with
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  • Wolters, 1954. Mennonite World Conference. "2000 Europe Mennonite & Brethren in Christ Churches." Web. 27 February 2011. [broken link]. Mennonite World Conference
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  • Reconsidered." Mennonite Quarterly Review 60 (1986): 139-64. Martin, Dennis D. "Catholic Spirituality and Anabaptist and Mennonite Discipleship." Mennonite Quarterly
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  • documentaries featured specific Mennonite communities, histories of immigrations, overseas mission and relief work, and Mennonite meetings and conferences, These
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  • the heart of the Virginia Mennonite Conference. Here are located Eastern Mennonite College (since 1917) and the Virginia Mennonite Home for old people (since
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  • total Mennonite population of the Ukraine, in which the mother settlements were located, belonged to the Mennonite Church, 15.5 to the Mennonite Brethren
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  • Horsch, James E., ed. Mennonite Yearbook and Directory. Scottdale: Mennonite Publishing House (1988-89): 41. Unruh, John D. "The Mennonites in South Dakota."
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  • Paul N., ed. Mennonite World Handbook. Lombard, IL: Mennonite World Conference, 1978: 288-289. Mennonite World Conference. "2000 Europe Mennonite & Brethren
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  • mixture of the two forms varied among Mennonite groups, depending upon the history of the particular group. Mennonite scholarship of the 1970s and 1980s suggested
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  • Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 2, pp. 589-592. All rights reserved. ©1996-2021 by the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online
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  • Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 3, pp. 747-750. All rights reserved. ©1996-2021 by the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online
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  • publication of Mennonite Weekly Review. Other periodicals published in Newton as of 1956 were The Mennonite and Mennonite Life. Newton has numerous Mennonite business
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  • Thompson, Hartley. "History of Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church." 1973, 17 pp. Unpublished history of Stirling Ave. Mennonite, Mennonite Archives of Ontario
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  • major refugee transport and resettlement effort, of any group -- Mennonite or non-Mennonite -- to leave Europe after World War II. Ultimately four transports
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  • lined with large poplar trees. The location of Mennonite cemeteries in North America varies. The oldest Mennonite church in North America, at Germantown in
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  • Hershberger's long career at Goshen, teaching history, sociology, and ethics, began in 1925. He helped found The Mennonite Quarterly Review (1927) and continued
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  • the young Mennonite preacher Galenus Abrahamsz began attending the meetings of the Collegiants around 1649 or 1650, the numbers of Mennonite in the Amsterdam
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  • but in 1984 it withdrew from Mennonite affiliation. In 1986 Oregon's oldest existing Mennonite congregation was Zion (Mennonite Church) at Hubbard, organized
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  • Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, p. 937. All rights reserved. ©1996-2021 by the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. All
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  • Story of the Ukraine. New York, 1947. Mennonite Life. Mennonite World Conference. "Global Map: Ukraine." Mennonite World Conference. Web. 12 April 2021
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  • Harrisonburg, Virginia, from Mennonite Encyclopedia, Vol. 4, p. 967. All rights reserved. ©1996-2021 by the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. All
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  • the Polish kings are noteworthy. The Mennonites in Russia constitute an extraordinary segment of Mennonite history in so far as their manner of settlement
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  • September 1664 another guild petition against Mennonite trade appeared, which referred to the 1636 order about Mennonite grain trade. In April 1666 the city council
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  • the "Mennonite Brethren" name. Church polity was becoming more presbyterial. Support for Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) and other inter-Mennonite causes
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  • General Conference Mennonite Church. See also Conservative Mennonites; Old Colony Mennonites. Bergen, Peter. History of the Sommerfeld Mennonite Church: That
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  • Pennsylvania; Old Order Mennonites of Virginia Burkholder, L. J. A Brief History of the Mennonites in Ontario.  Kitchener, ON: Mennonite Conference of Ontario, 1935:
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  • Erb Street Mennonite Church (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) (category Mennonite Church (MC) Congregations) (section Erb St. Mennonite Church Pastors)
    Global Youth Network, Mennonite Board of Missions, Mennonite Voluntary Service, Mennonite Central Committee and numerous non-Mennonite organizations. In 2015
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  • General Conference Mennonite Church, the Mennonite Church (MC) and the Conference of Mennonites in Canada into Mennonite Church USA and Mennonite Church Canada
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  • "The History of the Foothills Mennonite Church." Research paper, Canadian Mennonite Bible College, 1980, 20 pp. Mennonite Heritage Centre. Mennonite Heritage
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  • and owned by the Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba); Canadian Mennonite Bible College (CMBC, established in 1947 and owned by Mennonite Church Canada);
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  • Koningsweg (enlarged in 1617) on the site of the present Mennonite church. The Flemish, whose history is almost unknown, united with the Waterlanders in 1674
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  • Tanah Jawa (History of the [Mennonite] Evangelical Church of Java). Pati, Indonesia: Evangelical Church of Java History Commission, 1980. Mennonite World Conference
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  • the ministries of Mennonite Central Committee (including the Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale), Mennonite Disaster Service, and Mennonite Church USA along with
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  • Hartzler were outstanding Amish Mennonite leaders of the county. The four Mennonite churches belonged to the Mennonite Church branch. Of these, in 1956
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  • Website: | Wanner Mennonite Church MLA style Cressman, Miriam. "Wanner Mennonite Church (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia
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