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How the Dordrecht Confession Came Down to Us

Joseph Stoll

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This booklet sets forth the history of the eighteen articles of faith used by the Amish and Old Order Mennonites.

April 21, 1632 -- the day this confession of faith was signed and adopted at a meeting in the town of Dordrecht in Holland.

None of the Anabaptist confessions has been as widely accepted and as much used down through the years as this one.

Few people today are aware that the Dordrecht Confession resulted from a peace meeting where the two opposing sides of a church split laid down their differences, forgave each other, and were reunited.

Perhaps we need to revive the spirit of peacemaking and reconciliation in which the Dordrecht Confession was born.

44 pages -- paperback
Dimensions: 5" x 7.5"
Copyright: 2000
Pathway Publishers

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