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The date often used as the official beginning of the Reformation is October 31, 1517. Although Anabaptists and later Mennonites are most often identified as Protestants, they are really neither Protestant nor Catholic but a third stream during the time of the Reformation. 374 more words
Proto-Protestant supplies perspective.
First, Anabaptists are out:
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Westminster West’s Two Kingdom theology breaks at points with the Lutheran variety and is certainly somewhat hostile to Theonomy and yet its retention of Kuyperian Dominionism places it much closer to the Lutheran and Theonomist understandings of the Kingdom than it does to the Anabaptist.
The question of how Christians are to relate to the unbelieving world (including unbelieving culture) is an ancient one. However, it’s always relevant. Every generation has to struggle with this question anew. 1,334 more words