The History of the Hutterites, Revised Edition

The History of the Hutterites, Revised Edition

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John Hofer

This comprehensive view of history concerns the early Hutterian Brethern. They are described as a group of Christians determined to give spiritual piety a priority in their daily lives. With a focus of devotion and earnestness which was seldom emulated within the universal history of Christian believers, the Hutterian Brethern attempted to restore the tenants of faith and life, which characterized the witness of the early church.
Twenty-three lessons are intended to instruct heritage to Hutterian youth. Their Apostolic Church history is recounted from Pentecost, according to the Bible in Acts 2, to the Great Reformation with the birth of Anabaptism. Upon the formation of the Hutterian Brethren, their trials, tribulations, and migrations are recounted through Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and North America.

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