Balthasar Hubmaier: Theologian of Anabaptism

Balthasar Hubmaier (Author) H Wayne Pipkin (Editor)
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The complete works of one of the most significant theologians of the Reformation.

This book contains the complete writings of Balthasar Hubmaier, including his discussion of three marks of a true church: water baptism of adults, the Lord's Supper, and fraternal admonition.

This is the fifth volume in the Classics of the Radical Reformation, a series of Anabaptist and Free Church documents translated and annotated under the direction of the Institute of Mennonite Studies.

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$48.00  $44.16
Plough Publishing House
Publish Date
November 19, 2019
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About the Author

H. Wayne Pipkin has been Professor of Anabaptist and Sixteenth-Century Studies at Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminaries and Associate Director of the Institute of Mennonite Studies, Elkhart, Indiana, since 1989. He received the M.A. in history from the University of Connecticut and the Ph.D. in church history from the Hartford Seminary Foundation. He has published Zwingli: A Bibliography and edited Seek Peace and Pursue It: Proceedings from the 1988 International Baptist Peace Conference and he also wrote Christian Meditation: Its Art and Practice.
John Howard Yoder (1927-1997) earned his PhD from the University of Basel, and taught theology at the University of Notre Dame. For 19 years he served the Mennonite fellowship in church relations and education. Dr Yoder was Professor of Theology and President of Mennonite Bible Seminary. His published books include 'The Politics of Jesus', 'The Priestly Kingdom', 'To Hear the Word', 'When War Is Unjust, What Would You Do?', and 'He Came Preaching Peace'.


Fulfills all expectations, providing an English-speaking audience access to the thought of early Anabaptism's only doctor of theology.--C. Arnold Snyder, in The Conrad Grebel Review
Hubmaier's nuances and precision are well reflected. Informative footnotes add much.--Peter J. Klassen, in Church History
A beautiful piece of work, both editorially and aesthetically.--Franklin H. Littell, Temple University
Readers can now discover for themselves the Anabaptist foundation of religious freedom.--W. R. Estep, in Journal of Church and State
The definitive rendering into English of the Hubmaier corpus.--E. J. Furcha, in Mennonite Quarterly Review