2 edition of Mennonite bibliography, 1631-1961 found in the catalog.
Mennonite bibliography, 1631-1961
Nelson P. Springer
In 2 vols.
|Statement||compiled by Nelson P. Springer and A.J. Klassen under the direction of the Institute of Mennonite Studies.|
|Contributions||Klassen, A J., Institute of Mennonite Studies.|
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Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital ritacrossley.com projects include the Wayback Machine, ritacrossley.com and ritacrossley.com Pieter Jansz (September 25, - June 6, ) was the first Dutch Mennonite missionary in Indonesia. He arrived in Central Java in and began his missionary work. He encountered constraining influences from Islam throughout the area, recognizing the lack of religious freedom to become a Christian. He felt compelled to search for new methods in order to evangelize; in which he .
Aug 19, · I can't vouch for the books. I've only read parts of a few of them. They're books that my professor listed in his bibliography. He once taught a class on anabaptists and has a pretty comprehensive sylabus on it. I'm going to be getting it, and he doesn't mind us sharing, as long as he gets credit for his work. I'll let you know if/when I get it. "A Reader's Guide to Mennonite Literature" by Ervin Beck "Basic Mennonite Library for Mennonite Brethren Congregations" (2nd ed., ) by the Historical Commission of the Mennonite Brethren Church. Bibliography, weighted toward the MB Church and other "Russian" Mennonite groups, but also has a fair amount of general items. Herald Press.
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This cites published materials of Mennonite authorship (International, Europe, Latin America, Asia, and Africa) and statements about Mennonites by non-Mennonites including periodicalsAuthor: Nelson P. Springer. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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Feb 06, · Mennonite Bibliography (Ref Spm) Mennonite Piety Through the Centuries; Its Genius and Its Literature ( Fm - 3rd floor of the library) The Sociology of Mennonites, Hutterites, and Amish: a Bibliography with Annotations, Vol. II ( Sms v.2 - 3rd floor of library) Author: Rachel Grove Rohrbaugh.
Annotated Bibliography of Mennonite Writings of War and Peace. Willard M. Swartley and Cornelius J. Dyck, editors.
Mennonite Bibliography: (2 volumes) Nelson P. Springer and A. Klassen, editors. Scottdale: Herald Press, A History of the Manitoba Mennonite Brethren Church.
Winnipeg: Kindred Press,p. Nelson P. Springer and A.J. Klassen, Mennonite Bibliography, (ZM4S67) Harold S. Bender, Two Centuries of American Mennonite Literature (ZM4B4) Hans J.
Hillerbrand, A Bibliography of Anabaptism (ZA4H5) Sociology of Canadian Mennonites, Hutterites and Amish: A Bibliography with Annotations, ed.
Donovan E. Smucker (Z Bibliography: Books Written by Mennonites or about Mennonites 1631-1961 book Russia, Canada and South America. Also Bibliography of Russian Mennonites.
V.G. Wiebe, Compiler. 54 pp. Directory of Mennonite Archives and Historical Libraries. Lawrence Klippenstein, compiler. Winnipeg: Mennonite Heritage Centre, 28 pp. This is the most-widely read Anbaptist (Mennonite) book of all time.
This massive work contains three early Mennonite confessions of faith, accounts of Christian martyrs from the days of the apostles up to the time of the Reformation, and accounts of Anabaptist martyrs up through the early 17th century.
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Winnipeg: CMBC, 87 pp. M K68 Friesen, John. A Bibliography of Anabaptist Mennonite Works at the Mennonite Historical Library, Canadian Mennonite Bible College.
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Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. The book holds Rudy's memoirs of growing up through age His immigrant family cut a farm out of stony bushland in remote Saskatchewan. His story is a coming-of-age tale set in the rugged wilderness. pages, softcover from Good Books.
Of This Earth: A Mennonite Boyhood in the Boreal Forest () by Rudy Wiebe. Books shelved as mennonite-fiction: Calm Before the Storm by Janice L. Dick, All That Belongs by Dora Dueck, A Seeking Heart by Kim Vogel Sawyer, Sommerf. Jan 29, · Springer, N.P. Mennonite bibliography,Republisher_date Republisher_operator [email protected] Republisher_time Scandate Scanner ritacrossley.com Scanningcenter indiana Tts_version finalgfbfd Worldcat (source edition) Year Pages: The standard reference work in English is The Mennonite Encyclopedia, 4 vols.
plus index, edited by Harold S. Bender and C. Henry Smith (Scottdale, Pa., –). Nelson P. Springer and A. Klassen have compiled a helpful bibliography, the Mennonite Bibliography, –, 2. Mennonite Library and Archives Martyrs Mirror Images. This is intended as a reference set of the Jan Luiken () etchings in the Martyrs Mirror.
These aren't intended to be high enough quality for print or other reproduction. Books about Mennonites or by Mennonites. Sort by Filters. Directory of the Old Order Mennonites of Morgan County and Moniteau County, Missouri Mennonite Bibliography,Vol.
30 Mennonites in American Society, Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community. 19 Mennonites in Canada,Vol. Mennonite Bibliography,Vol. 30 contact us to purchase. Mennonite Confession of Faith. 3 Mennonites in American Society, Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community.
My Backyard History Book. 12 My Harp Is. Joe Springer, curator of the Mennonite Historical Library at Goshen College, wants the library to contain all books ever published by and about Mennonites, Amish and Hutterites.
He not only knows the MHL catalog, but he combs both rare book and new book catalogs. Danzig Mennonite Congregation Record Books Elbing Mennonite Congregation Record Books General Conference Emergency Relief Board Collection Gerhard Rempel Collection Mennonite Bibliography 2 volumes, edited by Nelson P.
Springer and A.J. Klassen. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press. Mennonites make up only a small fraction of the American religious population, but despite their small number they are divided into a wide variety of groups and denominations.
The term "old order" refers to a variety of Mennonite groups that have stridently resisted accommodation to mainstream American culture.
Many old order Mennonites are nearly indistinguishable from the Amish.The Mennonite Bibliography (Scottdale, Pa. ñ Herald Press, ), 2 ñ57, also cites an article by Ewert titled ‚Die Hutterischen Mennoniten im Militärgefängnis,‛ which also translates as ‚The Hutterite Mennonites in Military Prison.‛ A search failed to .A Brief History and Bibliography of Queer Mennonite Literature Daniel Shank Cruz.
read biography. I examine this trend more thoroughly in my forthcoming book, Queering Mennonite Literature. Rudy Wiebe, My Lovely Enemy (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, ),