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Tag Archives: Anabaptism
Today’s Photo Friday post offers a snapshot of an uncommon sight: megachurch-style worship at a gathering of Anabaptist-minded Christians from many denominations!
My fourth and fifth updates (since I missed one during vacation!) as I seek to write a publication-worthy article on the Brethren in Christ and American Evangelicalism.
My second and third updates (since I missed one last week!) as I seek to write a publication-worthy article on the Brethren in Christ and American Evangelicalism.
My first update as I seek to write a publication-worthy article on the Brethren in Christ and American Evangelicalism.
More follow up on Christians, nationalism, and celebrating “Independence Day” — this time from a decidedly Evangelical perspective.