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Who were the Anabaptists?

The Anabaptists are Christians of the Radical Reformation . Several congregations at different times in history have been labeled Anabaptist, but the title is used most common (MORE)

What did Anabaptists do?

The thing Anabaptists were most known for was rebaptizing people.  Most people of the era had been baptized as infants. Anabaptists  taught that the decision to become a fol (MORE)

Who founded Anabaptist?

Ulrich Zwingli was the person who was credited with starting the  Anabaptists. He was concerned that baptism should only be for those  who understood the purpose of the rite (MORE)

What did anabaptists believe?

Anabaptists were (and are) protestants who disagreed with mainstream Calvinist/Lutheran protestantism. They believed, in contrast to the more traditional protestants: -That b (MORE)

Who are the jesuits and anabaptists?

Anabaptist - A member of a radical movement of the 16th-century  Reformation that viewed baptism solely as an external witness to a  believer's conscious profession of faith (MORE)

When did Anabaptist start?

Most people accept that Anabaptists originated in the 16th century, during the Radical Reformation. However, some groups before the Anabaptists had the same principles. These (MORE)

What was the Anabaptist movement?

A movement that began in Switzerland in the 1520's that emphasized the necessity of the baptism of adult believers and opposed infant baptism. Church groups today that trace t (MORE)

Why was the Anabaptists found?

The Ana-baptists were founded out of the 16th Century Protestant Reformation. Their primary belief focused on their problem with infant baptism practice in the Catholic Church (MORE)