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Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation

by Williams, George Huntston

Westminster 1957

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Overview

This volume comprises of a group of sixteenth-century writings once cherished and influential in fairly wide circles and intrinsically of no slight importance, but little known to modern readers. This anthology of Anabaptist writings includes sermons, addresses, letters, essays, and more, and editor George Williams supplies notes and annotations on all of them. Authors include:

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Key Features

  • Includes a collection of sermons, addresses, letters, and more from influential Anabaptist leaders
  • Provides notes and annotations from editor George Huntston Williams
  • Explains various Anabaptist doctrines and practices

Contents

  • Part One: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation
    • The Beginnings of the Anabaptist Reformation
    • Sermon Before the Princes
    • Letters to Thomas Müntzer
    • Whether God is the Cause of Evil
    • On Free Will
    • Trial and Martyrdom of Michael Sattler
    • A Letter to John Campanus
    • An Answer to Luther’s Malediction
    • The Ordinance of God
    • A Confession
    • The Church of God
    • On the Ban: Questions and Answers
    • Cherished Instructions on Sin, Excommunication, and the Community of Goods
  • Part Two: Evangelical Catholicism as Represented by Juan De Valdés
    • A Dialogue on Christian Doctrine
    • One Hundred and Ten Considerations
    • The Christian Alphabet

Product Details

  • Title: Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers: Documents Illustrative of the Radical Reformation
  • Editor: George Huntston Williams
  • Publisher: The Westminster Press
  • Publication Date: 1957
  • Pages: 421

About George Huntston Williams

George Huntston Williams (1914–2000) was educated at St. Lawrence University, Meadville Theological School, and Union Theological Seminary, where he received his PhD. He then taught at Harvard Divinity School. He was also among the original editorial advisors of the scholarly journal Dionysius. His works include The Polish Brethren and The Attitude of Liberals in New England toward Non-Christian Religions, 1784–1885.