This document, converted from a Powerpoint, focuses on the changes and influences on the Mennonite church in the 19th century. They were strongly influenced by pietistic revivalism. Many welcomed progressive changes while others rejected them as threats to true Christian values. Serious divisions resulted.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Peter GoertzenSERIES: Church History 6: Pietists, Methodists, and Mennonites All items in the series: