It is surely right that we remember the start of the First World War and that we remember all those men and women who gave their lives in the belief that this was the war that would end all wars. 245 more words
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Sermon preached at Shalom Mennonite Congregation—July 27, 2014—1 Samuel 8:10-18; Romans 13:1-4; Mark 10:42-45
I want to talk this morning about political philosophy. Now, I don’t suppose many Mennonite preachers today—or ever—have done sermons on political philosophy. 2,987 more words
Ted Grimsrud—July 22, 2014
What are the core elements that define historic Anabaptism?
The Anabaptist movement emerged in the 1520s as part of the Protestant Reformation and, because of its radical call to return to the gospels, came to be known as the Radical Reformation. 2,241 more words