Menno Simons, His Life, Labors, and Teachings John Horsch

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Published: 1919

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Menno Simons, His Life, Labors, and Teachings  by  John Horsch

Menno Simons, His Life, Labors, and Teachings by John Horsch
1919 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 397 pages | ISBN: | 4.80 Mb

Menno Simons is perhaps the most well known of the early Anabaptists. His life was contemporaneous with John Calvins. Simons was a converted priest.Educated and fiery, he defended the Anabaptist movement against all detractors. What comes as aMoreMenno Simons is perhaps the most well known of the early Anabaptists.

His life was contemporaneous with John Calvins. Simons was a converted priest.Educated and fiery, he defended the Anabaptist movement against all detractors. What comes as a surprise to some is that Menno Simons, being an Anabaptist, was extremely well-versed in Scripture. His writings abound with quotations.His life was not without controversy either.

This books, written from the perspective of an Anabaptist sheds much light on this somewhat enigmatic character, and reveals to us not only his strengths but also his flaws. Showing us the humanity of a great man of God.



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