The Complete Writings of Menno Simons

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J. C. Wenger
Herald Press, 1956 - Religion - 1110 pages

This English edition of Menno Simons' writings contains all the known writings of Menno, including several tracts, letters, and hymns never previously translated. The entire contents of this edition were translated from the Dutch by Leonard Verduin of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and edited by J. C. Wenger, who wrote clarifying introductions to each of Menno's writings. This edition represents a faithful English rendering of what Menno taught and wrote in the 16th century.

The Complete Writings of Menno Simons is issued with the hope that it may serve to strength the Mennonite Church in a dynamic Christian life, to introduce to the Christian church at large a new vision of discipleship, to create in the reader a new loyalty to the Word of God, and to recapture the true Christian spirit in this era of secularism.

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