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The Naked Anabaptist Anabaptist Christians Have Been Around For Almost 500 Years But What Does Anabaptism Look Like When Not Clothed In Mennonite Or Amish Traditions Writing From Great Britain, Stuart Murray Peels Back The Layers To Reveal The Core Components Of Anabaptism And What They Mean For Faith In His Context And Ours It S A Way Of Following Jesus That Challenges, Disturbs, And Inspires Us, Summoning Us To Wholehearted Discipleship And Worship Read This Book, And Catch A Vision For Living A Life Of Radical Faith

10 thoughts on “The Naked Anabaptist

  1. says:

    This book is written from the view point of a neo Anabaptist That is a person who comes from a background of main line Christianity, has witnessed the slow demise of the traditional world view of imperial Christendom, and has concluded that the heart of true Christianity can be found in the Anabaptist tradition The neo Anabaptist may appear to embrace their discovery of Anabaptism with an enthusiasm of a new convert which those of us who were raised within the Anabaptist tradition may find sur This book is written from the view point of a neo Anabaptist That is a person who comes from a background of main line Christianity, has witnessed the slow demise of the traditional world view of imperial Christendom, and has concluded that the heart of true Christianity can be found in the Anabaptist tradition The neo A...

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    Despite the unnecessarily provocative title, I enjoyed this very accessible introduction to Anabaptism I grew up spiritually in a historic Anabaptist denomination Church of the Brethren so was familiar with much of the history presented But framing Anabaptism within a Christendom vs Post Christendom framework was compelling.This quote from sums things up well We need a form of Christian faith that is holistic, integral, and balanced, that speaks of God s grace to individuals and to societ Despite the unnecessarily provocative title, I enjoyed this very accessible introduction to Anabaptism I grew up spiritually in a historic Anabaptist denomination Church of the Brethren so was familiar with much of the history presented But framing Anabaptism within a Christendom vs Post Christendom framework was c...

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    I ve been seeing increasing mentions of Anabaptists recently Like many American Christians, probably the only associative reference I have of Anabaptists are groups such as the Amish, Mennonites, and Quakers This book was a good introduction on some of the history, the core values, and how these values are practiced in contemporary society.The title The Naked Anabaptist comes from the purpose of the book to strip away group and cultural accouterments that are associated with forms of Anabapti I ve been seeing increasing mentions of Anabaptists recently Like many American Christians, probably the only associative reference I have of Anabaptists are groups such as the Amish, Mennonites, and Quakers This book was a good introduction on some of the history, the core values, and ho...

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    No wonder I like this book My general Baptist background kindles in me warm affections for my Anabaptist cousins Add to that my Anabaptist studies under the tutelage of Wayne Pipkin in Z rich and my interest in the theology ethics of James William McClendon, Jr and my baptist convictions are fanned into flame On top of it all, T.B Maston s Christ centered, discipleship ethics the focus of my doctoral studies fueled my passions for a life and teachings of Jesus focus BTW Maston was No wonder I like this book My general Baptist background kindles in me warm affections for my Anabaptist cousins Add to that my Anabaptist studies under the tutelage of Wayne Pipkin in Z rich and my interest in the theology ethics of James William McClendon, Jr and my baptist convictions are fanned into flame On top of it all, T.B Maston s Christ centered, discipleship ethics the focus of my doctoral studies fueled ...

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    Provides a great introduction to some of the core tenets of the tradition commonly held since the sixteenth century Without trying to be the authoritative source for Anabaptist thought the author provides a great overview of the history, founding beliefs, and perspectives on why Anabaptist thought and practice is becoming increasingly popular in this post Christendom age I found myself constantly agreeing with the central topics as the author defined them Following Jesus, Jesus Centered Bible Provides a great introduction to some of the core tenets of the tradition commonly held since the sixteenth century Without trying to be the authoritative source for Anabaptist thought the author provides a great overview of the history, founding beliefs, and perspectives on why Anabaptist thought and practice is becoming increasingly popul...

  6. says:

    A great book that strips away the frills from the Anabaptist movement, and would be an excellent book for anyone interested in the Anabaptist tradition or are simply looking for some fresh perspectives to bring into their own tradition.

  7. says:

    Very helpful read if you are interested in learning from the Anabaptist approach to faith in Jesus, but not from a traditional Anabaptist background.

  8. says:

    An interesting historical look at Anabaptist origins and how the life of the anabaptist is becomingrelevant in a post christendom world.

  9. says:

    New classic on what Anabaptism means and how to live a radical life of faith I enjoyed that the author s perspective was not that of a North American Mennonite like myself.

  10. says:

    First I have to say chapters one and two drove me a bit crazy with the You might have encountered bits This writing editing needs some work.Some thoughts from me about the tone of this book It feels a bit like throwing the baby out with the bath water discussion of multivoiced church vs mono voiced churchare we all prepared to discuss in a weekly meeting i.e researched, time taken to think out, contextualized, etc This would be awesome if we were, but in a post Chri...

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