The Library of Christian Classics - Spiritual and Anabaptists Writers
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The Library of Christian Classics has long been acclaimed for its quality translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes. The series ensures that modern English translations of some of the most significant Christian theological works written before the end of the sixteenth century are available for scholars and students, allowing contemporary readers to mine the theological riches of the Christian church though the centuries.
Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 1996
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Series: Library of Christian Classics
Early Anabaptist Spirituality: Selected Writings (Classics of Western Spirituality)Daniel Liechty, trans. & ed.Paulist Press / 1994 / Hardcover$19.99 Retail:
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Andreas Fischer & the Sabbatarian Anabaptists: An Early Reformation Episode in East Central EuropeDaniel LiechtyHerald Press / 1988 / Hardcover$24.99 Retail:
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The Amish Way: Patient Faith in a Perilous WorldDonald B. Kraybill, Steven M. Nolt, David L. Weaver-ZercherJohn Wiley & Sons / 2010 / Hardcover$10.98 Retail:
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An important volume of scholarship, this book presents a collection of documents previously little known and inaccessible to the English-speaking world. This volume includes writings of the Radical Reformation--Anabaptist and Spiritualist--as well as three treatises by Juan de Valdes as a representative of Evangelical Catholicism.
Long recognized for the quality of its translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes, the Library of Christian Classics provides scholars and students with modern English translations of some of the most significant Christian theological texts in history. Through these works--each written prior to the end of the sixteenth century--contemporary readers are able to engage the ideas that have shaped Christian theology and the church through the centuries.