The Lost Message of Jesus

Update: You can now read our Report on the Lost Message of Jesus Debate as well as Stuart Murray Williams statement from the evening or share your own vies in the Lost Message of Jesus Debate discussion forum.

We are pleased to announce a public debate sponsored by the Evangelical Alliance to explore the issues raised in The Lost Message of Jesus, a new book by Baptist minister Steve Chalke, which suggests his thinking is becoming increasingly ‘Anabaptist’. His book invites readers to take Jesus seriously and questions interpretations of the life and death of Jesus that imply God condones the use of violence for redemptive purposes.

You may also want to read the first chapter of The Lost Message of Jesus which is available on the internet here.

Following in the Footsteps of Christ

We'd like to highlight this new book by C Arnold Snyder about Anabaptism.

From the back cover of Following in the Footsteps of Christ: the Anabaptist Tradition

The Church Today?: An analysis of what is and of what ought to be

by David Perry

A paper read to North Holderness Clergy Chapter in January 1976

Find an Anabaptist Network regional group near you!

You can now more easily find an Anabaptist Network regional group near you in the Anabaptist Network Regional Group listing.

If you are interested in starting a new regional group, please contact us and we can put you in touch with others in your area who might be interested.

Currently there is interest in starting new groups in Brighton and Manchester. If you live nearby and would like further information, please ask.

The Anabaptist Network and Congregations

On Saturday 2 October 2004 we have invited churches interested in a conversation about developing stronger links with the Anabaptist Network to send representatives to a consultation.

Further information is available on request.

How then shall we live?: Anabaptist lifestyle explored

The Anabaptist Network’s residential conference took place between Saturday 28 and Monday 30 May 2005. The venue was the same as for our previous residential conference (in 2002): the Community for Reconciliation’s conference centre at Barnes Close, near Birmingham. The conference was almost fully subscribed with a mixture of people who had been involved in the Network for several years and others for whom this was their first Network event.

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