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Tag Archives: Anabaptism
Today’s Photo Friday takes a look at a pivotal moment in the history of Messiah College, a school started by the Brethren in Christ Church.
Today’s Photo Friday installment highlights a seminal event in Anabaptist history: a 1961 dialogue between Mennonite and Brethren in Christ leaders and Billy Graham.
Today’s Photo Friday recounts the early participation of the Brethren in Christ in Mennonite World Conference, a global fellowship of Anabaptist churches.
The recent Messiah College Schrag Lecturer explains how the “More with Less” cookbook continues to inspire both Anabaptists and Evangelicals today.
A recap of the 2014 Schrag Lectures at Messiah College
A quick update on the last full week of my course on Brethren in Christ history and theology.