Anabaptist Christianity: Mennonites, Huterians, Amish

Bible | New Testament | King James Bible

What you see in front of you – is believed to be The New Testament of the Bible – consisting of all 27 Books of it, listed below in full, the well-known 4 Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, pastoral Epistles of Paul, Peter and other Apostles, the First disciples of Jesus Christ, the English translation used – is that of King James Version Bible – translated from old Greek into English during the years 1604 – 1611 – being one of the oldest and most authoritative version of English language Bible up to our days.

Teachings of Menno Simons | Quotes

Menno Simons (1496-1561) was the most outstanding Anabaptist Christian leader of the Low Countries during the 16th century. His followers became known as Mennonites (Mennisten). Menno Simons was a prolific expounder of Christian and specifically Anabaptist doctrines and teachings and here you can read a collection of his thoughts and explanations on a number of crucial subjects and problems of Christian living and Religious practice...

Menno Simons | Life and Times

This is the long and detailed biography of Menno Simons (1496-1561), the most prominent Anabaptist Christian leader and teacher in Netherlands and North German states during the 16th century. His followers became known as Mennonites (Mennisten). The Short Biography of Menno Simons was published already earlier. This is the Longer and more detailed article about his life, development of his views, relationship with other Christian...

Stories from Martyrs' Mirror

Martyrs' Mirror, originally written in 1660, is a very old and significant book for Anabaptist Christians. This book was an attempt to collect together all faithful and holy Christian Martyrs who have died for Christian faith and ideals throughout 17 centuries, their names and what has remained of their life-stories and views and teachings...What follows below is not the complete original Book of Martyrs’ Mirror...