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Michael Sattler: Anabaptist Leader and Martyr

PastorDanNelson

Believer’s baptism by immersion and the right to freely practice our faith are more than just nice ideas. It is a conviction that people who believed the scripture were willing to die for. We must tell the story of Sattler and the Ana-Baptists lest their sacrifice be relegated to obscurity.

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The First Anabaptist Martyr–Felix Manz

PastorDanNelson

It is a sorry state of affairs when government tries to enforce religious belief to a certain religious group. In this case it was the Reformed church of Switzerland. We must not say from this negative experience how God and His moral law have no place in government. We need His influence today more than ever.

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Anabaptist History and Balthasar Hübmaier

PastorDanNelson

“If you would baptize infants in a Christian context why not baptize others against their will such as Jews or Turks.”

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In God We Trust

DR_KIRKSEY

It’s a solemn responsibility for a people to claim to know God and profess to do His will. It isn’t enough for a nation to put ‘In God We Trust’ on its currency, to mention God in its pledge to the flag, or to ‘tip the hat to God’ by quoting the Bible in political campaign speeches. It’s righteousness, not religion, that exalts a nation.

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Conrad Grebel: The Father of Anabaptists in Switzerland

PastorDanNelson

Conrad Grebel’s impact earned him the title “The father of Anabaptists” because of the stand he took for baptizing believers. Today, we look at men such as Grebel and understand that they have been forgotten during the era of the Protestant Reformation. Our heritage as Baptists comes from men like Grebel who refused to be mandated by the state church to baptize infants. They stood for believer’s baptism, as we do, and the gathered assembly of believers in the local church. For this cause–may we stand with Grebel. We owe him a tremendous debt of gratitude.

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