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Classic Quote

True evangelical faith is of such a nature it cannot lie dormant, but spreads itself out in all kinds of righteousness and fruits of love.

– Menno Simons

Christianity

A Tribute: Menno Simons (1496-1561)

The Protestant (Radical) Reformation Through 2017

by Dr. Royden Loewen

In 1496 a boy named Menno was born to Dutch dairy farmers. The father’s name was Simon; the mother’s we don’t know. 891 more words

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A living faith

I CAN NEITHER TEACH NOR LIVE BY THE FAITH OF OTHERS. I MUST LIVE BY MY OWN FAITH AS THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD HAS TAUGHT ME THROUGH HIS WORD. 80 more words

Faith And Life

Conversion Stories of Martin Luther and Menno Simons

The Protestant (Radical) Reformation Through 2017

by Dr. Terry Hiebert

October 31, 1517, was Reformation Day, an event that produced the second great division in the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church of the West. 1,370 more words

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Passion Week 1535

This is Passion Week: from the volatility of Palm Sunday to the violence of Good Friday. I call Good Friday Armistice Day—the day that Jesus put an end to the need for animal sacrifice in worship and also the need for human sacrifice in war. 351 more words

Menno Simons

Menno Simons was born in Friesland, Holland. Little is known of his early life and education. In 1524 he was ordained to the priesthood of the Roman Catholic Church; however, his study of the New Testament produced some doubts concerning many of the Roman doctrines. 141 more words

Church History

The Reformers

By Julia Chapman

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 Peter Waldo (circa. 1140-1205) was a rich merchant of Lyon, France who had a conversion experience around the time that a friend died suddenly while at an evening meal together. 1,612 more words

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