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The Dutch Anabaptists


Judson Press 1921

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Henry Elias Dosker delivered the Stone Lectures at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1918, and The Dutch Anabaptists includes the original content of those lectures, revised and expanded. Dosker traces the history and development of the Anabaptists, gives biographical accounts of their leaders, and outlines their theology.

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Key Features

  • Includes a revised and expanded version of Dosker’s Stone Lectures
  • Traces the history and development of the Anabaptists
  • Provides biographical accounts and theological outlines of Anabaptist leaders


  • Origin and Early Development
  • The Radical Anabaptists
  • The Conservatives
  • The Theology of the Dutch Anabaptists
  • Internal Conditions and Views of Life
  • Later History

Praise for the Print Edition

The book will be a surprise to those who know the Anabaptists only as a name. In purity of life, peaceableness, and willingness to suffer martyrdom even for their faith they remind one of those early disciples whose white lives shamed their persecutors and finally overcame evil with good.

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Product Details

  • Title: The Dutch Anabaptists
  • Author: Henry Elias Dosker
  • Publisher: The Judson Press
  • Publication Date: 1921
  • Pages: 310

About Henry Elias Dosker

Henry Elias Dosker was professor of church history at the Presbyterian Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His works include Outline Studies in Church History, John of Barneveldt: Martyr or Traitor?, and Topical Outline Studies in Ecclesiastical History.

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