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GHU 231
Mennonites, Anabaptists & the Radical Reformation3.0 credit hours
This course examines the origins and development of the Anabaptist movement, primarily in the context of the Protestant Reformation. The instructor will try to draw a connecting line from 16th century origins to modern Mennonites, emphasizing distinctive beliefs. The course will attempt to answer the most important questions: Is Mennonite faith a slowly unraveling ethnic expression of Christianity? Is a commitment to Mennonite faith a viable choice for a Christian in our time and place?

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