“Mennonite Revolutionaries: An Oxymoron?”

“Mennonite Revolutionaries: An Oxymoron?”

On Friday, 1 March, I gave a public presentation at the Grace Mennonite Church in St. Catharines. My talk’s title was “Mennonite Revolutionaries: An Oxymoron? Examples from the Dutch Republic (1780-1810), and (Maybe?) Their Relevance for Today.” It was the second of four talks in a public discussion series called “Peace of Cake” (talks about peace church histories and ethics, plus continuing discussions afterwards over cake).

The handout I shared at the talk is this timeline…

I’ll add a few notes to the Dutch Dissenters Blog from time to time.

 

Thoughts about the SCSC Session: “New Approaches to the Radical Reformation”

Thoughts about the SCSC Session: “New Approaches to the Radical Reformation”

Below are a few bibliographical notes related to my contribution to the roundtable on 1 Nov. 2018 in Albuquerque, NM…

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Conference poster: “Refusing to Fight” (Brock University, Oct. 2018)

Images of Erfurt during the IAHR

I’m writing this post on the second full day of the conference of the Intl Assoc for the History of Religions (iahr2015.org). Before spending the time to make some more content-heavy posts, I’ll include a few images.

I arrived on Sunday in time to take a walk around the old city. The Cathedral is of course one of the landmarks.

Erfurt Cathedral

Erfurt Cathedral (Dom)

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