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There have been Mennonites of non-European descent in the United States
for several generations already. Yet many people in this country still
identify Anabaptism with the Germanic sub-cultures of “Mennonitism.”
recent waves of Anabaptists are, however, searching for new ways of
being the faithful church in the midst of rapid and disruptive change.
They are developing dynamic and creative models of church life in new
Such are the testimonies recounted in this
booklet—testimonies that will challenge “old” Mennonites, according to
Juan Martínez, to “discover the importance of retelling our story in the
21st century” (p. 26).
New Anabaptist Voices
Edited by Matthew Krabill and David Stutzman
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