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Reading the Bible after Christendom

The sixth book in the 'After Christendom' series, Reading the Bible after Christendom by Lloyd Pietersen, was published on 8 April 2011.

We have been looking forward to this book being available. It explores the impact of the Christendom era on biblical interpretation and suggests ways in which we can read the Bible afresh in post-Christendom - a really important addition to this series.

It is on sale for £10.99 and can be ordered from the Anabaptist Network.

The Naked Anabaptist - with illustrations

The UK version of Stuart Murray's The Naked Anabaptist has now been published by Paternoster.

The North American version (published by Herald Press) has been out for more than a year now. It has sold well and has already been reprinted.

The text of the UK version is almost identical, but it is illustrated with various pictures - none, though, of naked Anabaptists!

The book is available for £9.00 from admin@anabaptistnetwork.com

Stories from the Future

Bookings are now being taken for a residential conference, jointly organised by the Anabaptist Network and the Northumbria Community. This gathering is the latest initiative in a series of meetings and conferences over the past few years in which members of the Northumbria Community and the Anabaptist Network have been walking together exploring common themes.

Open to God

Open to God is a new resource from the Baptist Union of Victoria, the team that produced Fit4Life, hundreds of copies of which have been sold in the UK via the Anabaptist Network over the past few years. Fit4Life is a CD-Rom containing an impressive amount of resources to help churches explore ways of becoming and sustaining healthy communities. It is still available at only £10 (including postage).

New Anabaptist group in Devon

Martin & Ros Parkes, formerly members of the Anabaptist group in Bristol, have moved to Devon. They write: 'In Bristol we were members of the Anabaptist Study group, and we really enjoyed being able to meet, eat, talk and build friendships with others who were interested in the Anabaptist tradition.

We are interested in starting something similar here in Devon, and would like to invite you to join in. We are very happy to host such a group in our home (in Ashburton) and are suggesting 4th March 2011 as a date for the first get together.

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