By Cornelius J. Dyck
A designated source for a iteration, the preeminent textbook in its box. Cornelius J. Dyck interacts with the various adjustments within the Anabaptist/Mennonite adventure and old understandings during this revised and up-to-date version. it is a background of Mennonites from the sixteenth century to the current. even though easily written, it displays tremendous scholarship and deep Christian concern.
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An Introduction to Mennonite History: A Popular History of the Anabaptists and the Mennonites by Cornelius J. Dyck