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Publication Date: 1987
Publisher: Herald Press
Hostetler, Beulah S.
Beulah Stauffer Hostetler describes how Pietism, revivalism, Fundamentalism, and institutionalization affected the key religious values of American Mennonites over a period of three centuries. She documents the codification of practice in the 20th century and its subsequent dissolution along with the growing emphasis on peace and service. Hostetler helps a new generation of Mennonites who wish to discover their heritage and spiritual identity. For other Christians, it will clarify long-standing ambiguities about the Mennonites.Volume 28 in the Studies in Anabaptist and Mennonite History Series.Hostetler, Beulah S. is the author of 'American Mennonites and Protestant Movements: A Community Paradigm', published 1987 under ISBN 9780836112887 and ISBN 0836112881.
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