This student handout ties with the lesson outline to follow the history of the Anabaptists after the Reformation. A notable schism occurred in the 1690s when Jacob Ammann promoted strict shunning and other changes in the Swiss Brethren church. Groups of Anabaptists migrated to areas of greater tolerance where they gained prosperity, often assimilating into the surrounding society.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Peter GoertzenSERIES: Church History 6: Pietists, Methodists, and Mennonites All items in the series: