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*  Revision history of "Nabels, Eduard (17th century)" - GAMEO
Revision history of "Nabels, Eduard (17th century)". View logs for this page. ... Browse history. From year (and earlier):. From month (and earlier):. all. January. February. March. April. May. June. July. ... Retrieved from "http://gameo.org/index.php?title=Nabels,_Eduard_(17th_century)" ...
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*  De Knipe (Friesland, Netherlands) - GAMEO
Mennonites were found at Knijpe by the 17th century. The history of Mennonites and their congregations in Knijpe is very ... In the 18th century there was a Frisian congregation at Knijpe, which had a meetinghouse at Bovenknijpe. This congregation ...
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*  Delft (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands) - GAMEO
The congregation, which during the 17th century was always very small and of which it is said in 1713 that it was nearly ... The history of these three congregations is equally obscure; it is not clear when they were founded and only a few facts are ... it must have died out at the end of the 17th century. About 1680 the Waterlander congregation joined the Waterlander Sociëteit ...
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*  Mennonite Library and Archives (North Newton, Kansas, USA) - GAMEO
The 16th- and 17th-century items were kept in the vault of the library. ... In the book division it was aimed to collect books and pamphlets dealing with any phase of Anabaptist-Mennonite history. The ... Several thousand photographs and slides dealing with various phases of the Mennonites covering a period of centuries were being ... Several hundred different Bible translations and editions, some going back to the 16th century, were collected. The library had ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Leiden (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)" - GAMEO
In the early 17th century it was usually called "Duitsche en Walsche Gemeente," i.e., Dutch and Walloon congregation. It is not ... Apparently at that time a congregation of peaceful Anabaptists already existed, of whose earliest history not much is known. In ... In the last decades of the 16th century the schisms among the Dutch Mennonites caused a number of different branches at Leiden ... There is more detailed information about the history of the Waterlander congregation, always numbering a larger membership than ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Palatinate (Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany)" - GAMEO
The first emigration of Palatine Mennonites to North America also occurred at the close of the 17th century. In 1685 a Quaker ... Deep inroads were made into the post-Reformation history of the Palatinate by the Thirty Years' War (1618-48) and the French ... 3 From the immigration of Swiss Mennonites from the middle of the 17th century until the reorganization of the Palatinate ca. ... By the end of the 17th century new difficulties overwhelmed the new settlers; economically by the French invasion under Louis ...
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*  Nonconformity - GAMEO
... particularly in earlier groups and at certain times in their history, such as 16th-17th century Holland, and 19th-20th century ... The first three centuries of their history with its severe persecution added to their strong distrust of the "world." In these ... Of such regulations nothing is found either among the Lamists of the 17th and 18th centuries, or among the Zonists. In the ... From the beginning until the end of the 17th century the Mennonites in the Netherlands did not take up military service; during ...
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*  Anabaptism - GAMEO
The 17th-century English Baptists took the major part of "Anabaptists" for their name and passed it on down to their 10,000,000 ... but as part of the general history of western Europe in the 16th century. It produced a new picture of Anabaptism not only ... This still unproved Waldensian origin theory, started in the 17th century by H. Montanus, was popular for a long time but must ... Sixteenth Century Usage. "Anabaptist" is actually a Greek word meaning "rebaptizer," used in church Latin from the 4th century ...
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*  Zürich (Switzerland) - GAMEO
In the mid-17th century there was also a strong emigration to Alsace and the Palatinate (see below). ... The city has been, through most of its history, the largest city and most important economic center in Switzerland. The city ... although in the later 16th and early 17th centuries it is clear that all sections of the canton had some Anabaptists, rather ... for there were congregations of Swiss Brethren in Moravia until well into the 17th century. Several times Hutterite emissaries ...
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*  Germany - GAMEO
The century from the middle of the 16th to the middle of the 17th records the decline of the Anabaptist movement; the ... Emden reached the climax of its history in the 16th century. Situated next to the Netherlands, but maintaining its independence ... The 17th century put these congregations under new conditions. Anabaptists were in general expelled in 1601 from the cities of ... Farther to the north as early as the 17th century the Mennonites of the duchy of Jülich (1654 from München-Gladbach, 1694 from ...
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*  Alcohol (1958) - GAMEO
In the 17th century, it was George Fox and the Quakers in England and the Inspirationists in France, Holland, and Germany who ... Almost as old in the history of humanity as the use of intoxicating or alcoholic drinks is the attempt by intelligent rulers ... In the 18th century it was John Wesley and the Methodists. In fact even in the 19th century the temperance and abstinence ... and there is no evidence that the Mennonites of Holland in the 17th and 18th centuries were objectors to alcohol. On the ...
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*  Baptism - GAMEO
... and with whom many Mennonites had intimate fellowship in the 17th and 18th centuries, led some Dutch Mennonites to adopt ... Baptism, from the very beginning of Christian history is a major ceremony or ordinance (called sacrament by the liturgical ... In Leeuwarden Preacher Arrien Jansen at the beginning of the 18th century adopted the position that immersion was the only true ... There is no other evidence of the practice of immersion in Anabaptist history anywhere, and the evidence of the uniform ...
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*  Political Attitudes - GAMEO
In the 17th and 19th centuries in Europe, Mennonites had the status of subjects with personal obligations to rulers or princes ... which are said to reveal God's plan for the fulfillment of history. A study of the political socialization of "Old" Mennonite ( ... Anabaptists Four Centuries Later: a Profile of Five Mennonite and Brethren in Christ Denominations. Scottdale, PA: Herald Press ...
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*  Monnikendam (Noord-Holland, Netherlands) - GAMEO
The 1950s church dated from the 19th century; it had a copper lectern from the 17th century, no doubt from a former ... Concerning the history of the Mennonites of Monnikendam there is little information. Besides the Frisian congregation there was ... Concerning membership no figures were available for the 19th century. In 1847 the baptized membership numbered 60; it was 85 in ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Franeker (Friesland, Netherlands)" - GAMEO
At the beginning of the 17th century there must have existed here at least three more congregations: (e) Jan Jacobsgezinden, (f ... It is the seat of a Mennonite congregation which has had a varied and interesting; history. Of its oldest history there are ... In the 18th century it had strong contacts with the Jan-Jacobsgezinden at neighboring Menaldum. Wybe Jans (d. 1778) was its ... But in this period Franeker played a not very admirable, though important role in Mennonite history. First of all in 1555 or ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Funk (Funck) family" - GAMEO
... and was found in the Palatinate in the 17th and 18th centuries. Henry Funk, a preacher of the canton of Bern, was scourged and ... Fretz, A. J. A Brief History of Bishop Henry Funck and Other Funk Pioneers. Elkhart, 1898. ... Stephan Funk was a prominent 18th-century Prussian Mennonite minister. In 1953 seven Funks were serving as Mennonite ministers ...
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*  View source for Women - GAMEO
... and from the early 17th century also as trustees of orphanages and old people's homes. In the 17th-19th centuries women had no ... Peters, Marilyn G. "History of Mennonite Women in the 19th and 20th Centuries: a Comparison Between [sic] The Mennonite Church ... and by the 17th-19th century women did not vote and were not eligible to be members of church boards. Since ca. 1865 women have ... 16th/17th century),Vrou Gerrets]] of [[Medemblik (Noord-Holland, Netherlands),Medemblik]] published hymnals. Soon after ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Amsterdam (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)" - GAMEO
In the 17th and 18th centuries the magistrates of Amsterdam had recognized the importance of the Mennonites in writing (1642) ... To that end he labored as a preacher, to that end he taught and did research in Mennonite history. The Dutch Mennonite ... The early decades of the 17th century were characterized by efforts of the various branches of Mennonites to unite; to do this ... The Nineteenth Century. During the 19th century there seems to have been a strengthening of the church. In the first place, a ...
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*  Difference between revisions of "Church-State Relations" - GAMEO
In the course of the 17th and 18th centuries the aversion to public office disappeared among the Mennonites, though the strict ... The history of the attitude and practice of the American Mennonites on participation in government is substantially different ... In the course of the 17th and 18th centuries the aversion to public office disappeared among the Mennonites, though the strict ... In the course of the 17th and 18th centuries the aversion to public office disappeared among the Mennonites, though the strict ...
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*  Sumiswald (Bern, Switzerland) - GAMEO
Sumiswald remained an Anabaptist center into the 17th century.. Bibliography. Geiser, S. Die Taufgesinnten-Gemeinden. Karlsruhe ...
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*  Menaldum (Friesland, Netherlands) - GAMEO
In the 17th century it was the seat of a Mennonite congregation, belonging to the Jan Jacobsz group. About 1623 the district ...
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*  Kollum (Friesland, Netherlands) - GAMEO
In the early 17th century there were at Kollum at least three Mennonite congregations:. *A Waterlander congregation which was ... Kollum was a village in the northeast of the Dutch province of Friesland, where in the 16th and 17th centuries Mennonites were ... group is a congregation of which nothing is known but the fact that it died out in the early 18th century, its meetinghouse ... in 1658 by the Mennonites from the southwestern part of Friesland and in the 18th century by the Sociëteit of Friesland. Often ...
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*  Kliewer family - GAMEO
In Danzig the Kliewer family is also found since the 17th century. The first representatives of the family in Danzig were five ... Many families emigrated to America when universal military training was introduced in the 18th century and settled largely in ...
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*  Heenvliet (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands) - GAMEO
In the 17th century there was a small Mennonite congregation at Heenvliet, which was closely connected with the Mennonites in ...
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*  Appingedam (Groningen, Netherlands) - GAMEO
At the beginning of the 17th century they held their meetings in a building that was built in 1570 as the town mint. They later ... The congregation at Appingedam, which belonged to the Groninger Old Flemish group, was relatively strong in the 17th century, ...
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