Anabaptist Links

These are links to Anabaptist related organizations sorted by subject. The Anabaptist Network is not responsible for content of these sites, nor does our listing of them constitute an endorsement. Not all Anabaptists think alike.

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Anabaptist Denominations and Groups

New Anabaptist Communities

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Amish, Hutterites, and Conservative Groups

Amish - general information about the Amish - a directory of sites dedicated to Amish culture, history, products, and tourism services
Amish - from Third Way Cafe
The Amish - detailed profile of Amish beliefs, history, and current controversies
The Amish - links to sites
Amish Beginnings - concise history of Amish beginnings in Europe
The Amish: Beliefs, Practices and Conflicts
TheAmish, the Mennonites, and the Plain People - questions and answers about Amish, Mennonites, Brethren, and other "Plain People" of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country
Brethren, Schwenkfelders, and Other Plain People
- profile of Bruderhof history and beliefs
Bruderhof- from Third Way Cafe
Bruderhof Communities - official homepage for the Bruderhof
Dunkard Brethren Church
Elmendorf Christian Community - based in Minnesota, an independent Hutterite colony
The Hutterian Brethren - strict religious sect - history, beliefs, and contemporary practices
The Hutterian Brethren - homepage of the Schmiedeleut branch of Hutterites
A Day with The Hutterian Brethren - an article in Anabaptism Today on the Hutterian Brethren community in the UK
Hutterites - history and beliefs
National Committee For Amish Religious Freedom - to defend and preserve the religious freedom of the Old Order Amish religion in the United States
Old Order Mennonites - from Third Way Cafe
Origins of the Old Order Amish - from the National Committee For Amish Religious Freedom
The Plain People of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Shunning/The Ban - from Third Way Cafe

Anabaptist History


The Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online
- an extensive collection of articles and texts
- from Mennonite Encyclopedia
- in depth look at Reformation-era Anabaptist history and theology
- responses to books and articles on Anabaptist

in 16th Century Europe
- Church of the Brethren webpage -
helpful links at bottom of page

Anabaptist - Article on Anabaptist origins in Wikipedia (a free encyclopedia), including extensive links and references
- Anabaptist history and contemporary Anabaptist

Anabaptist Movement

- Swiss Mennonite Cultural and Historical Association
- extract from The European History of the Swiss Mennonites from

- summary of Anabaptism and description of main
beliefs - useful links at bottom of page
- from Mennonite Encyclopedia
Catholic and Protestant Reformations
- from Mennonite
Causes of the Early "Palatine" Emigrations
excerpted from Early Palatine Emigration, Walter Allen
Knittle, 1937
Character of the Anabaptists
- from A History of the Baptists, Volume I by John T. Christian
Heretics History Tour
- geographical and chronological
presentation of Amish, Cathars, Hussites, Hutterites, Jews,
Mennonites, Unitarians, & Waldensians
Counter-Cultural Nature of Discipleship
- House Church
Central website - Anabaptist history in context of contemporary House
Church theology

European Origin of the Church of the Brethren
- Anabaptist
origins, the rise of Pietism, and early Brethren leaders

German Palatinate
- from Mennonite Encyclopedia
Roots of Mennonites and Amish
- from Third Way Cafe
Hoover, Peter - The
Secret of the Strength: What Would the Anabaptists Tell This
- Hoover's book online in its entirety- detailed
exploration of 16th century Anabaptist teachings and their
contemporary relevance

World Background of the Pennsylvania Dutch
- excerpted
from Pennsylvania Dutch Cookery, J. George Frederick, 1935
Hypertext Project for Baptist and Anabaptist Resources
collection of documents related to Baptist and Anabaptist history
Radical Reformation
- in depth study of the Radical
Reformation drawn from The Protestant Reformation by Scott
Dixon & Mark Greengrass
Reformation - Advanced Information
- descriptions of Swiss,
South German and Low Countries Anabaptism, as well as Spiritualists
and Evangelical Rationalists
Radicals of the Reformation
- Anabaptists, Spiritualists, and
Evangelical Rationalists

Years War
- from Mennonite Encyclopedia
is Anabaptism?
- from Anabaptist Network website
- from Mennonite Encyclopedia

Historical Figures and Events of the Radical Reformation

- 1480-1528 - House Church Central website

- quotes Hübmaier
on baptism, free will, religious liberty, and the sword

Charisma and History: The Case of Münster, Westphalia, 1534-1535 - an article from Essays in History
and State in Conflict: Hubmaier confronts Catholics and Reformers

- c. 1498-1527
- 1495-1527
- d. 1536
(c. 1495-1543) & the Melchiorites
- 1496-1561
- from Mennonite Historical Society of Canada
Simons Biography
- from Church of the Brethren website

Simons, Fugitive Leader
- from Christian History Institute
- from Victor Shepherd’s Heritage page
Simonsz Biography

Menno on the Net - A catalogue of web pages about Menno Simons
- 1490-1527 - includes
account of Sattler's trial and execution from Martyrs Mirror

Sattler biography

Sattler, Anabaptist Martyr
- three extended excerpts on Michael Sattler including one from Mennonites In Europe by John Horsch
Münster Rebellion - an article in Wikipedia describing the Anabaptist uprising in Münster
- d. 1556
Radical Reformation, The - site includes brief descriptions and photos of the people, events, and locations relating to the Radical Reformation
Radical Reformation - article discussing the various groups and regions involved in the Radical Reformation
Radical Reformation: Resources - includes bibliography and links to other on-line resources

Spiritualists and Other Reformers

Caspar Schwenkfeld von Ossig -1489-1561 - links to resources on the influential radical reformer from the Schwenkfelder library
Reformation Theologians - Short biographies including Hübmaier, Marpeck, Müntzer, Zwingli, Menno
Ulrich Zwingli- 1481-1531 - information on key figure in the Swiss magisterial reformation

Primary Documents and Texts

1517-1525: The Beginnings of Anabaptism - excerpt from The Chronicle of the HutterianBrethren - 1665

The Dordrecht Confession of Faith - important Dutch Mennonite conference held at Dordrecht, Holland in 1632

A Foundation and Plain Instruction of the Saving Doctrine of Our Lord Jesus Christ - Menno Simons - 1539

Renunciation of the Church of Rome - Menno Simons - 1554

The Schleitheim Confession - 1527 - seminal Swiss Brethren statement of faith

Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, Church of England - 1563 - Article 38, 'Of Christian men's good which are not common', explicitly denounces Anabaptism

The Net of Faith - Precursor of the Moravian Brethren Peter Chelcicky's The Net of Faith, written in 1433

True Baptism Hans Hut - c. 1527

Martyrs Mirror

Anabaptist Martyrs History - photos and brief summaries of stories from the Martyrs Mirror

The Bloody Theater or Martyrs Mirror - selected stories from the Martyrs Mirror

Dirk Willems - well-known story of Anabaptist martyr

Martyrs Mirror Images - reproductions of all the Jan Luiken etchings from the 1685 edition

Martyrs Mirror of the Defenseless Christians - the entire Martyrs Mirror online

The Mirror of the Martyrs Exhibit - information about the Martyrs
Mirror traveling exhibit, with monthly martyr story

General Information

The Basic Beliefs
- from Canadian Conference of Mennonite
Brethren Churches

definitions from various encyclopedias
- information on Anabaptist history and beliefs from a conservative
viewpoint - includes primary sources and historical writings

- profile of Brethren history and different Brethren

- Historical overview of several Brethren
groups, including Moravian Brethren, Hutterian Brethren, Dunkard
Brethren, Brethren in Christ, and Mennonite Brethren

Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online

Brethren: Tell Me About Them
- from Canadian Conference of
Mennonite Brethren Churches

- history, beliefs, and current issues and controversies

Way Cafe
- from Mennonite Media:

Brief History

from the book From Anabaptist Seed

Asked Questions About Mennonites

- glossary of terms related to things Mennonite

are the Mennonites?
- from Mennonite Church USA

Links Pages

These are other lists of Anabaptist/Mennonite links:
Mennolink Mennonite Information Service - extensive links to Mennonite and Anabaptist sites

Mennonite-Amish Connections on the WWW - excellent links page

Radical Reformation Links - summaries of links to Anabaptist sites

Writings on Christian Non-resistance and Pacifism from Anabaptist-Mennonite Sources - thorough listing of Anabaptist writings on peace and non-violence


Bibliography of Anabaptist Materials (16th Century) - extensive list of
primary sources from Mennonite Quarterly Review

Books About Anabaptism - from Anabaptist Network
Brethren Bibliography - list of publications and online materials
The Classics of the Radical Reformation - book series providing primary works in English of 16th century Anabaptist & Radical Reformation figures

Mennonite Historical Library Bibliography - Anabaptist-Mennonite works acquisitions up to 1991 at Canadian Mennonite Bible College, arranged thematically:

  1. Bibliographies

  2. General
    historical works

  3. Anabaptism

    1. Primary works

    2. Secondary works

  4. Mennonites around the world

    1. France

    2. The Netherlands

    3. Germany-Poland-Prussia

    4. Russia-Soviet Union

    5. North America

    6. United

    7. Canada

    8. Latin

    9. Asia

    10. Africa

  5. Mennonite Conferences

    1. Amish

    2. Hutterites

    3. MCC

    4. Mennonite
      World Conference

    5. Others

  6. Mennonite life and thought

    1. Pacifism

    2. Ethics
      - general

    3. Theology

    4. Biblical

    5. General

  7. Genealogies
    and family histories

  8. Community
    and congregational histories (N. America)

  9. Novels,
    biographies, poetry & other literary works

  10. Music
    and worship

  11. Cookbooks

The Mennonites: A Brief Guide to Information - topical
bibliography from Bethel College

Mennonites and their Contributions to World Peace
- lists internet & traditional print resources.
Note: This site is no longer active, the link provided is to a static archive of the old site, so many of the links on the page no longer function.

Mennonites: Suggested Basic Bibliography - covers aspects such as
beliefs, history, lifestyles, ethnicity, and culture

Nonviolence, Peace, and Justice

And No One Shall Make Them Afraid - A Mennonite Statement and Study on Violence
Bienenberg Declaration - five characteristics of a peace church
Brethren Nonviolence - Church of the Brethren website on nonviolence
Bruderhof Peacemakers Guide - A collection of brief biographies and quotes from a wide variety of peacemakers, both famous and obscure
A Christian Declaration on Peace, War, and Military Service - the position of the General Conference Mennonite Church on love and nonresistance - 1953. 
Christian Peacemaker Teams UK - CPT is committed to following the nonviolent way of Jesus and offers an organized alternative to war and other forms of lethal inter-group conflict
Christians and War - Some Biblical Perspectives - from Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
Church and Peace Memorandum for discussion at the Second European Ecumenical Assembly - 1997
Every Church a Peace Church - provides a platform for discussion, to encourage the dissemination of ideas and concepts,and to become a powerful communications tool for the Every Church A Peace Church concept
A Peace Church - from Third Way Cafe

Peace Church Bible Study Home Page - focused on historic peace churches and scripture
Peace, Justice, and Nonresistance - article 22 from Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective - 1995
The Peace Making Commitment of the Mennonite Central Committee - defining peace and peacemaking, biblical roots of peace position, Anabaptist beliefs and peacemaking, North American Mennonite experience, integrating peacemaking into relief, service and development - an internet service provider and email service that contributes £1 per month per customer to peace and justice related causes.
Prayer I58 - A radical Christian-based anti-authoritarian network inspired by Isaiah 58.
Project Plowshares - ecumenical peace centre of the Canadian Council of Churches
Resources for Peace - links and information on peace and nonviolence
Seniors For Peace - essays, bibliographies, and links centred around peace issues
Why Peace? - links and writings on Mennonites and peace


Peace and Justice

Christian Peacemaker Teams - committed to reducing violence by "Getting in the Way" - active peacemaking rooted in spirituality
Church and Peace - brings together groups, communities, organisations and churches committed to becoming the peace church of Jesus Christ in daily life and action.
Global Anabaptist Peace and Justice Network - helps Anabaptist churches encourage each other and pray for peace - sponsored by Mennonite World Conference
Mennonite Central Committee - relief, service and peace agency of the North American Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches
Mennonite Church USA Peace & Justice Support Network- resources for study, witness and worship
Mennonite Disaster Service - response orgainsation that connects volunteers with disaster victims in need
Mennonite Economic Development Association - association of Christians in business who seek to bring hope, opportunity and economic well being to low income people around the world through a business-oriented approach to development


Africa Inter-Mennonite Mission - evangelical partnership through which six North American Mennonite Conferences work to promote mission in Africa
Center for Anabaptist Leadership - Urban mission agency based in Pasadena, California
Christian Witness - mission program of Mennonite Church Canada
Eastern Mennonite Missions - mission agency of Lancaster Mennonite Conference
Intermenno - one year exchange program, administered by the Intermenno Committees of Europe, for young people to spend a year in Europe
Mennonite Brethren Missions and Service - mission agency of the US and Canadian Mennonite Brethren church
Mennonite Mission Network - mission agency of Mennonite Church USA
Mennonitische Hilfswerk - German Mennonite mission site


Anabaptist Scholars - a network of scholars working from within the Anabaptist/Mennonite tradition, which requires an annual subscription fee to join
Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective -  adopted by the General Conference Mennonite Church and the Mennonite Church in 1995, now used by Mennonite Church Canada and Mennonite Church USA
Faith in a Fragmenting World - Columns by Adela McKay
John Howard Yoder’s Home Page - online selection of Yoder's unpublished, out-of-print and hard-to-find writings
Mennonite Brethren Confession of Faith

Mennonite Confession of Faith - brief version of the confession of faith adopted by Mennonite General Conference in 1963
Mennonite Stew - dictionary of terms related to things Mennonite, including Mennonite doctrinal positions
Mennonites and Missions - from Third Way Cafe

UK Links


Bruderhof Communities in the UK - communitarian Anabaptist groups
Church Net UK - extensive list of churches, Christian organisations and resources
CTBI - Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
Ekklesia - not-for-profit think-tank which works to promote theological ideas in the public square
Greenbelt Festival - UK Christian arts festival
Iona Community - ecumenical Christian community
emphasising spirituality, peace and justice
Leaving Münster - a mini-portal to a number of Resources on following Jesus in a post-christendom world (including a blog recording lessons learned and mistakes made along the way).
Living Word Library - London based guide to Christian web resources
London Mennonite Centre - rooted in the Anabaptist tradition, cultivating Christian discipleship as a way of life:

New Way of Being Church - creating processes for transformation in church and world
Simon Barrow - Theology and More... - Secretary of CCOM and Assistant General Secretary of CTBI - links to Simon's writings on issues of theology and society, religion and current affairs, and to related organisations

UK Christian Handbook - online version of UK Christian directory
Wood Green Mennonite Church - Mennonite Church in London
Anabaptist Studies - Lloyd Pietersen's Anabaptist studies blog
Workshop - national leadership and discipleship training programme


- British and Irish Association for Mission Studies
- Churches' Commission on Mission - part of Churches Together in
Britain and Ireland (CTBI)
- church planting initiative in
East London with an Anabaptist perspective
- Youth With a Mission UK

Peace and Justice

Department of Peace Studies
- important and well known centre for
peace studies
- agency
of the churches in the UK and Ireland, works wherever the need is
greatest, irrespective of religion
Ecology Link
- multi
denominational UK Christian movement for people concerned about the
Action on Poverty
- national ecumenical Christian social justice
charity, committed to tackling poverty in the UK
Criminal Justice Forum
- inter-denominational
network designed to uphold Christian values in the field of criminal
on Christian Approaches to Defence and Disarmament
believe that Christianity has a part to play in the debate about
peace and security in today's world
Centre for Contemporary Christianity in Ireland
- formerly ECONI
Issues Network
- deals
with issues relating to the environment and the world
- leading fair trade organisation in the UK
network connecting the emerging generation to campaign and pray on
issues of global justice

Periodicals, Publishers & Booksellers


Anabaptism Today - journal of the Anabaptist Network
Brotherhood Beacon - publication of the Conservative Mennonite Conference
Canadian Mennonite - publication for Mennonite Church Canada
Conrad Grebel Review - interdisciplinary journal of Christian inquiry devoted to thoughtful discussion of spirituality, ethics, theology and culture from a broadly-based Mennonite perspective
Correo/Courier/Courrier - provides news, feature articles, essays and testimony for Anabaptist-Mennonites around the world - Spanish, English, and French editions
Direction - publication supported by Mennonite Brethren higher education institutions in the US and Canada addressing biblical, theological, historical, ethical, and church-related issues
The Mennonite - bi-monthly publication of Mennonite Church USA
Mennonite Brethren Herald - publication of the Canadian Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches
Mennonite Historian
Mennonite Life - illustrated quarterly, published by Bethel College devoted to exploring and developing Mennonite experience
Mennonite Quarterly Review - quarterly journal devoted to Anabaptist-Mennonite history, thought, life and affairs
Mennonite Weekly Review - internet edition - inter-Mennonite weekly publication
Mennonot - "alternative" Mennonite publication published on an irregular basis, dedicated to those invisible masses called Mennos on the Margins
The Messenger - publication of the Evangelical Mennonite Conference
Sojourner's Magazine - Radical Discipleship Magazine
Third Way Magazine - Christian thinking on politics, society and culture


Anabaptist Bookstore Online - online source for books by conservative Mennonite writers and publishers
Mennolink Books and Music - online selection of Mennonite books
Metanoia Book Service - book service of the London Mennonite Centre


Good Books - publishes a variety of books on topics related to Mennonites and Amish
Herald Press - publishes books from a Mennonite-Anabaptist perspective
Pandora Press - publishes reasonably-priced books dealing with Anabaptist, Mennonite, Hutterite, and Believers Church topics, both historical and theological
Faith Builders Publishing - an Anabaptist publisher

Colleges, Universities, and Research Centers

Central and South America


Le Centre de Conférence et de Rencontre Bienenberg - Anabaptist seminary in Switzerland
Spurgeon’s College – London


Canadian Mennonite University - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Centre for Mennonite Brethren Studies - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Conrad Grebel University - Waterloo, Ontario

Mennonite Historical Society of Canada - includes the Canadian Mennonite Encyclopedia Online
Steinbach Bible College - Steinbach, Manitoba
Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre

Articles and Essays

Discipleship, Mission, & Theology

Barrett, Lois - Thinking Theologically about Church and State

Barrow, Simon - Beyond the Ties That Bind: Anglicans, Anabaptists and Disestablishment
Barrow, Simon - Experiencing the Threat of New Wine
Bender, Harold - The Anabaptist Vision

Clapp, Rodney - Anabaptism and the Obstacles That Make for Vocation

Climenhaga, Daryl - Missions and Anabaptism

Finger, Thomas - Confessions of Faith in the Anabaptist/Mennonite Tradition
Friedmann, Robert - Anabaptist Theology

Friesen, Duane K. - Artists, Citizens, Philosophers: Seeking the Shalom of the City - An Anabaptist Theology of Culture
Friesen, John J. - Review and Discussion: Recent Studies on Anabaptist Spirituality (pdf)
Hauerwas, Stanley - Confessions of a Mennonite Camp Follower
Hays, Richard B. - Embodying the Gospel in Community

Hershberger, Michele - The Baptism Ritual in a Postmodern World
Hiebert, Frances F. - The Atonement in Anabaptist Theology
Janzen, John - Anabaptist-Mennonite Spaces and Places of Worship
Keener, Joseph - Separation of Church and State

Klassen, Walter - Anabaptist Hermeneutics
Kreider, Alan - Conversion and Christendom: An Anabaptist Perspective
Kreider, Alan - Initiation: Becoming Resident Aliens
Marshall, Christopher D. - Atonement, Violence and the Will of God: A Sympathetic Response to J. Denny Weaver's The Nonviolent Atonement
Marshall, Christopher D. - Following Christ in Life: The Anabaptist-Mennonite Tradition
Martens, Larry - Anabaptist Theology and Congregational Care

McClendon, James Wm. - The Radical Road One Baptist Took

Old, Graham - The Day God Turned His Cheek
Perry, John - Not Pledging as Liturgy: Lessons from Karl Barth and American Mennonites on Refusing National Oaths

Refocusing a Vision: Shaping Anabaptist Character in the 21st Century - essays on the continued relevance of Harold Bender’s "Anabaptist Vision" in the 21st century:

Rempel, John - Mennonite Worship: A Multitude of Practices Looking for a Theology
Roth, John D. - A Historical and Theological Context for Mennonite-Lutheran Dialogue
Rowland, Christopher - Anabaptism and Radical Christianity
Schenk, Wilbert R. - The Priority of Mission for Renewal of the Church
Schipani, Daniel - John Howard Yoder: Teacher of the World Church

Schlabach, Gerald W. - Beyond Two- versus One-Kingdom Theology: Abrahamic Community as a Mennonite Paradigm for Christian Engagement in Society

Schlabach, Gerald W. - Faithfulness, Temptation and the Deuteronomic Juncture: Is Constantinianism the Most Basic Problem for Christian Social Ethics?

Schlabach, Gerald W. - Guy F. Hershberger and Reinhold Niebuhr on Christian Love: Will the Real Augustinian Please Stand Up?

Schwartz, Glenn J. - Cultural Implications of the Anabaptist Movement Today
Sider, J. A. - A Light to Enlighten the Nations
Snyder, C. Arnold - Spiritual Empowerment Toward Discipleship
Stoltzfus, Ruth Brunk - What Does Discipleship Mean?
Swartley, Willard M. - The Church and Homosexuality: Review Essay
Wenger, J. C. - Our Christ-Centered Faith

Nonviolence, Peace and Justice

Burkholder, J. R. - On the gospel of peace and becoming a peace church

Charles, J. Robert - The Varieties of Mennonite Peacemaking: A Review Essay
Claassen, Ron - Measuring Restorative Justice
Claassen, Ron - The Myth of Redemptive Violence
Claassen, Ron - Restorative Justice: Fundamental Principles

Claassen, Ron - What is Forgiveness?
Claassen, Ron - What is Restorative Justice?
Davis, Dick - What If Every Church Had Been a Peace Church?
Elam, Jennifer and Chuck Fager - Renewing our Peace Witness: What Quakers can Learn from Mennonites

Epp-Tiessen, Esther - Why I am a Pacifist
Friesen, Duane K. - Christian Pacifism and September 11
Grimsrud, Ted - A Pacifist Way of Knowing: Postmodern Sensibilities and Peace Theology
Horsch, John - The Principle of Nonresistance

Horst, Paul - Nonresistance and Nonparticipation in Civil Government
Lederach, John Paul - Becoming the Enemy
Lederach, John Paul - The Challenge of Terror: A Traveling Essay
Miller, David B. - Peace and Faith: Antiwar activism and Christianity have been hand-in-hand for centuries

Roth, John D. - Reflections on a Tragedy

Ruth-Heffelbower, Duane - Toward a Christian Theology of Church and Society as it Relates to Restorative Justice
Shank, Duane - War in Afghanistan: Was It Just?
Shelly, Karl - To Witness for Peace in a Time of War
Stoltzfus, Vic - Paul was Patriotic

Swartley, Willard M. - The Christian and the Payment of Taxes Used for War
Theology and Culture: Peacemaking in a Globalized World - papers from 2001 International Historic Peace Church Consultation - includes:

Wenger, J. C. - Pacifism and Biblical Nonresistance

Yoder, John Howard -

Yoder, John Howard - The Just War Tradition:


Arnold, Eberhard - The
Early Anabaptists

Bair, Mark - Anabaptism
and Missions

Bender, Harold S. - Mennonite
Origins and the Mennonites of Europe

Biesecker-Mast, Gerald - Anabaptist
Separation and Arguments Against the Sword in the Schleitheim
Brotherly Union

Peter Erb - The
Life and Thought of Caspar Schwenkfeld

Feuerhahn, Ronald R. - The
Roots and Fruits of Pietism

Friesen, Abraham - Anabaptism
and the Great Commission

Gross, Leonard - Anabaptist/Mennonite
Group Dynamics

Howard, Tal - Charisma
and History: The Case of Münster, Westphalia, 1534-1535

Jecker, Hanspeter - "Test
Everything; Hold Fast to What is Good": How Menno Caused a
Reformed Pastor to Travel from Murten to Moravia

Kyle, Richard G. - John
Knox Confronts the Anabaptists: The Intellectual Aspects of His

Lowry, James W. - Pieter
Jansz Twisck on Biblical Interpretation

Nelson, Stanley A. - The
Anabaptist Story

Oyer, John S. - Nicodemites
Among Württemberg Anabaptists

Reid, Mark - The
contribution of Menno Simons to the development of Dutch Anabaptism

Rempel, John D. - The
Lord’s Supper in Mennonite Tradition

Roth, John D. - The
Mennonites' Dirty Little Secret: what Christians could learn from
Menno Simons and how he rescued the Anabaptist movement

Schmölz-Häberlein, Michaela and Mark Häberlein -
Anabaptists in the Margravate of Baden and Neighboring Territories

Scott, Elizabeth - Anabaptists:
Separate By Choice, Marginal By Force

Snyder, Arnold - Revolution and the Swiss Brethren: the Case of Michael Sattler
Vedder, H. C. - A Short
History of the Baptists

Wenger, J. C. - Even Unto Death:
The Heroic Witness of The Sixteenth-Century Anabaptist

Yoder, John Howard - Original
Source Readings from the 'Anabaptist' Movements of the Sixteenth
Century in Germanic Europe

Anabaptist Blogs

Leaving Münster - Leaving Münster: an experiment in Anabaptist spirituality in a post-Christian world

Young Anabaptist Radicals - A loose affiliation of self-identified young Anabaptist radicals

Other Networks

Anabaptist Association of Australia and New Zealand

The AAANZ is a network and resource for keeping in touch with the Anabaptist movement in Australia and New Zealand. A newsletter called ON THE ROAD is produced quarterly and is distributed mostly on-line. Regional support groups are forming and a national conference is planned to be held every eighteen months. Two pastoral workers carry out the goals of the asssociation under the direction of an executive committee that meets in a phone conference monthly, covering the six times zones from Auckland, New Zealand to Perth, Australia.

Anabaptist Network in South Africa

ANISA is an emerging Anabaptist network in South Africa, which produces a regular news bulletin.

An emerging network. For further information, contact Jonas Melin:

Anabaptist Network in Scandanavia