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The Schleitheim Confession

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John H. Yoder, editor and translator. In the historic meeting held in 1527 at Schleitheim, Switzerland, an ad hoc group of Anabaptists worked through fundamental disagreements and emerged with a consensus on seven points of faith which became known as the Schleitheim Confession. One chapter from The Legacy of Michael Sattler.
Paperback, 34 pages
Published October 1st 1977 by Herald Press (VA) (first published 1527)
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Yoder was a Christian theologian, ethicist, and Biblical scholar best known for his radical Christian pacifism, his mentoring of future theologians such as Stanley Hauerwas, his loyalty to his Mennonite faith, and his 1972 magnum opus, "The Politics of Jesus".
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