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Narrative of the Anabaptist Madness

The Overthrow of Munster, the Famous Metropolis of Westphalia (Studies in the History of Christian Thought)

by Hermann Von Kerssenbrock

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European history: c 1500 to c 1750,
  • Protestantism & Protestant Churches,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Europe,
  • General,
  • Christianity - General,
  • 16th century,
  • Anabaptists,
  • Church history,
  • Germany,
  • Mèunster in Westfalen,
  • Mèunster in Westfalen (Germany)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsChristopher S. Mackay (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages864
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12799173M
    ISBN 109004157212
    ISBN 109789004157217

    The tailor-king: the rise and fall of the Anabaptist kingdom of Münster / By: Arthur, Anthony. Published: () Narrative of the Anabaptist madness: the overthrow of Münster, the famous Metropolis of Westphalia / By: Kerssenbroch, Hermann von, ca. Published: (). Introduction One of the most fruitful directions of recent theology focuses on the connection of narrative, virtue, and character formation. In this regard, the theological world is beginning to take notice of Anabaptism. Scholars such as Stanley Hauerwas and James McClendon, and popular theologians like Brian McLaren and Anthony Campolo, have cited Anabaptist ideals like.

    The book reviewed here is a careful, idiomatic English translation of Henry Gresbeck's eyewitness account of the Anabaptist rule in Munster in Westphalia, February June Gresbeck's property was confiscated by the Bishop of Munster in the aftermath of his restoration to power in   This directly challenges the narrative of Anabaptist nonviolence. Just as West Germany went through a process of self-reflection and intentional de- N azification, so too does the Mennonite Church need an explicit de-Nazification effort to address the lingering anti-semitism that informs our history and church culture.

      In her new book, The Irony of Power: The Politics of God in Matthew’s Narrative (Pickwick, ), Dorothy Jean Weaver, professor of New Testament at Eastern Mennonite Seminary, brings together essays on a theme in the Gospel of Matthew that has preoccupied her for much of her working life. The book also serves as a valedictory for Weaver’s three-plus decades at EMS. Bookshare is an on-line reading service for people with dyslexia, learning disabilities, blindness, low vision, retinitis pigmentosa, cerebral palsy, and other reading barriers. To use Bookshare, readers must have a qualifying disability. (Your Internet Archive email address will be used to login to the Bookshare system. The two emails must match.).


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He wrote the only eyewitness account of events within the city for the fifteen months duration of the rebellion, and played a key role in the recapture of the city by guiding the siege forces of Franz von Waldeck, Bishop of Münster, inside the.

Narrative of the Anabaptist Madness: The Overthrow of Munster, the Famous Metropolis of Westphalia Robert Friedmann, The Theology of Anabaptism: An Interpretation (Scottsdale: ). Gateway to the Seventeenth Century: Dutch Shipwrecks on the West Australian Coast. Monsters of Munster Lessons From the Apocalyptic Narrative of the Anabaptist Kingdom--Brutal Violence from Collective Madness, Collective Identity and Religion Shaping Group Internal Dynamics.

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