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An audio account of the history and beliefs of the Anabaptists—from their origins during the Reformation in 16th century Europe down to the changes in the 19th century and continuing through today. Bercot not only relates history but explains what made the Anabaptists so special.
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D. Bercot. In the age of Constantine, the Donatists were the first ones to stand up and ask, "What does the emperor have to do with the church?" It was a question that needed to be asked, but the Donatists paid a heavy price in blood for asking it. Although by no means without their own faults, the Donatists left an enduring witness that is remembered to this day.
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The Lollards grew out of the reform movement of John Wycliffe. They (not Wycliffe) translated the first English Bible, and they turned 14th century England upside down with their preaching and kingdom witness. Although persecuted, they continued as an underground movement right up to the Reformation.
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In the first century, the disciple Thaddeus brought Christianity to the Persian Empire, establishing what came to be known as the Church of the East. This kingdom-minded church took Christianity to China, India, Southeast Asia, Mongolia, and even Siberia. At one time, these Christians encompassed a geographical area greater in size than that of the Roman Catholic Church. However, when these Christians refused to give Mary the title, “Mother of God,” the Catholic Church branded them as heretics and labeled them as Nestorians.
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Novatian was a learned and spiritually-minded Christian who served as a presbyter in the church at Rome in the 3rd century. However, concerned with spiritual laxity in the church, he broke from the established church and helped to plant one of the first kingdom restoration movements in church history. The Novatianist church lasted 500 years, surviving both the Great Persecution under Diocletian and the church-state hybrid begun by Constantine. Here is an account of their fascinating history.
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The Waldensians were the most significant kingdom movement of the Middle Ages. They began around 1170 in the bustling medieval city of Lyon, France. Here lived a wealthy merchant named Waldesius. One day, touched by the kingdom gospel of Jesus, Waldesius gave away all of his wealth and began preaching about the kingdom of God in the streets and marketplaces. Soon, he attracted many Christian seekers and founded a movement that spread the gospel of the kingdom throughout Europe.
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An audio account of the history and beliefs of the Anabaptists—from their origins during the Reformation in 16th century Europe down to the changes in the 19th century and continuing through today. Bercot not only relates history but explains what made the Anabaptists so special.
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D. Bercot. In the age of Constantine, the Donatists were the first ones to stand up and ask, "What does the emperor have to do with the church?" It was a question that needed to be asked, but the Donatists paid a heavy price in blood for asking it. Although by no means without their own faults, the Donatists left an enduring witness that is remembered to this day.
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The Lollards grew out of the reform movement of John Wycliffe. They (not Wycliffe) translated the first English Bible, and they turned 14th century England upside down with their preaching and kingdom witness. Although persecuted, they continued as an underground movement right up to the Reformation.
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In the first century, the disciple Thaddeus brought Christianity to the Persian Empire, establishing what came to be known as the Church of the East. This kingdom-minded church took Christianity to China, India, Southeast Asia, Mongolia, and even Siberia. At one time, these Christians encompassed a geographical area greater in size than that of the Roman Catholic Church. However, when these Christians refused to give Mary the title, “Mother of God,” the Catholic Church branded them as heretics and labeled them as Nestorians.
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Novatian was a learned and spiritually-minded Christian who served as a presbyter in the church at Rome in the 3rd century. However, concerned with spiritual laxity in the church, he broke from the established church and helped to plant one of the first kingdom restoration movements in church history. The Novatianist church lasted 500 years, surviving both the Great Persecution under Diocletian and the church-state hybrid begun by Constantine. Here is an account of their fascinating history.
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The Waldensians were the most significant kingdom movement of the Middle Ages. They began around 1170 in the bustling medieval city of Lyon, France. Here lived a wealthy merchant named Waldesius. One day, touched by the kingdom gospel of Jesus, Waldesius gave away all of his wealth and began preaching about the kingdom of God in the streets and marketplaces. Soon, he attracted many Christian seekers and founded a movement that spread the gospel of the kingdom throughout Europe.
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