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Minding The Church: Scholarship In The Anabaptist Tradition (Studies In Anabaptist And Mennonite History)
Through autobiographical narratives, Minding the Church details contributions of fourteen Anabaptist scholars to their disciplines plus features thoughtful responses. From philosophy to economics, from history to biblical studies, this volume gives voice to Anabaptist scholars as they explain their motivations and objectives as teachers, researchers, and writers. The book ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published May 15th 2002 by Pandora Press U. S.
(first published January 1st 2002)
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This is a collection of essays by Mennonite and Brethren scholars discussing how they integrate their Anapbaptist convictions and worldview into their arespective disciplines. I particularly enjoyed the social science professors, as they were ones I could most readily identify with. Overall, the book helped me see that my approach to my work in education and urban studies is shaped by my Anabaptist convictions in a profound way, and this is something I need to further cultivate.