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Walking in the Resurrection

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Written in 1527, the Schleitheim Confession is the oldest Anabaptist confession of faith. In this new book, Andrew Ste. Marie reviews the history of the confession, including the life of its primary author, Michael Sattler, the printing and distribution of the confession, and the reformers reaction to it. Extensive Scriptural discussion is given on each topic the confession covers: baptism, the Lord's Supper, separation from the world, nonresistance, the swearing of oaths, and loose "do-as-you-please" Christianity.

For each topic discussed, numerous quotes have been included from other early Anabaptist authors, including Menno Simons, Jakob Ammann, Conrad Grebel, Jakob Hutter, and Peter Riedemann.

169 pages, softcover,
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Have you ever heard of the Schleitheim confession?
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I recently asked a group of Anabaptists if they have ever heard of the Schleitheim Confession. To my surprise, they all said, "No." I thought that was sad. Anabaptist should be familiar with their history. We should know what we believe and why we believe it. The Schleitheim Confession is a great place to start. In this his book, Brother Andrew goes through the history of the Schleitheim Confession, discusses it, and (most importantly) supports it with Scripture. I recommend reading this book if you need to better acquaint yourself with Anabaptist history. I also recommend reading this book if you want be challenged. Finally, I recommend passing this book out to your protestant friends.