The continuing conflict between the Anabaptist/Mennonite community and the expanding industrial culture of the modern world has not been investigated. This book addresses the issues which fuel that conflict, focusing on the implications of subordinating an economic system to the theological framework of a Christian society. Contributors: Gregory Baum, Lawrence J. Burkholder, Leo Driedger, Kevin Enns-Rempel, Norm Ewert, Jim Halteman, Leland Harder, Al Hecht, Jim Lichti, Jacob A. Leowen, John Peters, Cal Redekop, Walter Regehr, T.D. Regehr, Jean Seguy, Robert Siemens, Arnold Snyder, Willis Sommer, Mary Sprunger, and Laura Weaver. Co-published with the Institute of Anabaptist and Mennonite Studies.Calvin Wall Redekop, Victor A. Krahn, Samuel J. Steiner. However, Harder also recalled long days of manual labor, which seems to conflict with Michael Horscha#39;s assertion that there was a ... included; see Torches Rekindled: The Bruderhof s Struggle for Renewal, as told by Merrill Mow (Rifton: Plough, 1989). step of faith!
|Title||:||Anabaptist/Mennonite Faith and Economics|
|Author||:||Calvin Wall Redekop, Victor A. Krahn, Samuel J. Steiner|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 1994|