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The Legacy of Michael Sattler
by Michael Sattler and C. Arnold Snyder




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Writings by and about an early leader in Anabaptism show how the movement coalesced around questions of community, nonviolence, and religious liberty.

Both admirers and critics have called Michael Sattler the most significant of the first-generation leaders of Anabaptism. This collection of documents by and about Sattler, with introductions and extensive notes, makes selected primary source material available in English for the use of students, pastors, teachers, and interested readers. It is the first volume in the Classics of the Radical Reformation, a series of Anabaptist and Free Church documents translated and annotated under the direction of the Institute of Mennonite Studies.

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Overview

Writings by and about an early leader in Anabaptism show how the movement coalesced around questions of community, nonviolence, and religious liberty.

Both admirers and critics have called Michael Sattler the most significant of the first-generation leaders of Anabaptism. This collection of documents by and about Sattler, with introductions and extensive notes, makes selected primary source material available in English for the use of students, pastors, teachers, and interested readers. It is the first volume in the Classics of the Radical Reformation, a series of Anabaptist and Free Church documents translated and annotated under the direction of the Institute of Mennonite Studies.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780874862560
  • ISBN-10: 0874862566
  • Publisher: Plough Publishing House
  • Publish Date: November 2019
  • Page Count: 198
  • Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.51 x 0.42 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.52 pounds

Series: Classics of the Radical Reformation

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