By J. Denny Weaver
During this pioneering paintings, J. Denny Weaver analyzes past due nineteenth century Mennonite and Amish proposal on atonement, a subject matter of shock for all Christians. He continues that those Anabaptists did have a theology, displayed within the lived religion and of their writings, however it was once threatened via the delight thought of atonement. "Thoroughly documented. . . . a superb old historical past for carrying on with analysis."--C. Norman Kraus, within the Foreword.
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He has attended many conferences where he has offered papers that in one way or another touched the central themes of this book. An article he published on this book's subject in The Mennonite Quarterly Review (1987) was a further case of such conversation. Not least, Weaver cooperated superbly with suggestions from readers and from C. Norman Kraus, the actual editor of this particular SAMH volume. The SAMH editors deeply thank Kraus and Weaver for their hard work and fine cooperation. We believe readers will do the same.
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