The Historic Faith

The Anabaptist project would matter nothing if it didn’t align with the historic faith as the apostles taught it, as this article shows. Another article offers an understanding of the historic faith concept. Below, you can find more articles that further explain and defend the historic faith.

Do Post-Nicene Fathers Exemplify Apostolic Christianity?

The Eastern Orthodox Church bases much of their theology on the “Fathers.” Typically, this means Christian writers who lived before approximately the 800s. The most influential church fathers for them tend to be those who lived and wrote between 325 and 787, when the first and last of the seven ecumenical councils took place. Some …

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Two Kingdoms & Separation From the World—a Defense

The essence of Anabaptism, and our most defining belief, is probably the doctrine of the two kingdoms, or the related doctrine of separation from the world. Basically all our distinctive beliefs flow from the two-kingdom concept. (Another possibility for the most defining belief is our insistence on a simple, theologically unadorned reading of the New …

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Why Were the Anabaptists Persecuted During the (Counter-) Reformation?

Why would a peace-loving people, who saved their pursuers, be persecuted? Why would the Dutch Anabaptist Dirk Willems be burned to a horrible death at the stake after rescuing his enemy from drowning? Many Anabaptists, especially leaders, were drowned, beheaded, or burned at the stake. European governments, whether they were Roman Catholic or Protestant, would …

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