The Trial Of Elizabeth, A Mennonite Woman

The drowning of three Anabaptists in a barrel During the Protestant Reformation (1500s) there was a Christian group called, the Anabaptists, which means over-again-baptizer. They were also called “radical reformers” because they rejected infant baptism and were baptizing only adults. They were soon driven out of the churches and had to meet in fields and …

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