In a paper produced for Minister’s Study Week, James Goering surveys 20th century Anabaptist groups and the forces in their development. Goering discusses the growth and movement in Anabaptism during the first half of the 20th century, and the divisions and realignments that characterized the second half of the century.
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CONTRIBUTOR: James Goering, Lyle Kropf, Paul Miller
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