The story of the Anabaptist Network is told in this book edited by Alan Kreider and Stuart Murray: Coming Home: Stories of Anabaptists in Britain and Ireland (Pandora Press, 2000). At the heart of the book are nearly 60 stories written by individuals, who have been impacted in various ways by the Anabaptist tradition. Many contributors have used the phrase “coming home” to describe their encounter with Anabaptism and their sense of belonging within this tradition. The rest of the book contains reflections on what happened the last time Anabaptists were in England (in the late sixteenth century), on the emergence of the Network, and on the challenges that lie ahead. Available from Metanoia Book Service. Here are some excerpts from the book:
Coming Home: Stories of British and Irish Anabaptists
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