8 edition of Balthasar Hübmaier, the leader of the Anabaptists. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. xv-xxiv.
|Series||Heroes of the Reformation|
|LC Classifications||BX4946.H8 V4|
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|Number of Pages||333|
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Balthasar Hubmaier The Leader Of The Anabaptists $ ; Great Voices of the Reformation. An Anthology. By Harry Emerson Fosdick $ ; On The Sword by Balthasar Hubmaier $ ; The Anabaptists (Excerpts from the writings of various authors) . This work traces how the doctrine of the clarity of Scripture found expression in the writings of Balthasar Hubmaier, admirer of Erasmus and Luther, and associate of Zwingli. As Hubmaier engaged in theological debate with opponents, onetime friends, and other Anabaptists, he sought to clarify his understanding of this critical reformation doctrine.
The chief leaders were Balthasar Hubmaier and Hans Denck. Hubmaier was a distinguished scholar. Hubmaier was a distinguished scholar. He became, at an unusually early age, Professor of theology at Ingolstadt (); he was Rector of the famous High School in that city (); and Cathedral preacher at Regensburg (Ratisbon) (). Balthasar Hubmaier (c. – 10 March ), was an influential German/Moravian (Schwertler) Anabaptist leader. He was one of the most well-known and respected Anabaptist theologians of the Reformation. He was born in Friedberg, Bavaria (about five miles east of Augsburg) around Information on his parentage is lacking. In , he married Elizabeth Hügline of Reichenau.
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Balthasar Hubmaier, also Hubmair, Hubmayr, Hubmeier, Huebmör, Hubmör, Friedberger, Latin: Pacimontanus (c. – 10 March, ) was an influential German/Moravian (Schwertler) Anabaptist leader.
He was one of the most well-known and respected Anabaptist theologians of the Reformation/5(2). Balthasar Hübmaier, the Leader of the Anabaptists Hardcover – October 9, by Henry Clay Vedder (Author)/5(2).
Balthasar Hubmaier the Leader of the Anabaptists Paperback – February 8, by Henry C. Vedder (Author)Cited by: 4. This book was written by Mr. Vedder as part of a series on leaders of the Reformation.
In his book, A Short History of the Baptists, I first heard of Hubmaier, and he strongly drew my attention: due to his background and the nature of his conversion, the conversion of nearly his whole parish to Anabaptism, his powerful defense of Biblical truth, his imprisonment and torture by fellow-reformers /5.
Balthasar Hubmaier the Leader of the Anabaptists is a historical research of the Anabaptist Christians and their leader Balthasar Hubmaier.
Balthasar Hubmaier deserves to be remembered among the handful of Reformation leaders like Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli. Unfortunately, for reasons beyond my understanding, history has obscured him rather than celebrated him/5(5).
The complete works of one of the most significant theologians of the Reformation. This book contains the complete writings of Balthasar Hubmaier, including his discussion of three marks of a true church: water baptism of adults, the Lord’s Supper, the leader of the Anabaptists.
book fraternal admonition. This is the fifth volume in the Classics of the Radical Reformation, a series of Anabaptist and Free Church documents Author: Balthasar Hubmaier.
Hubmaier, Balthasar, d. Anabaptists Publisher New York: G. Putnam's Sons Collection Princeton; americana Digitizing sponsor Princeton Theological Seminary Library Contributor Princeton Theological Seminary Library Language EnglishPages: Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Skip to main content. This the Leader of the Anabaptists by Henry Clay Vedder Topics hiibmaier, balthasar, anabaptists, hubmaier, baptism, anabaptist, sword, christian, christ, god, balthasar hiibmaier, balthasar Pages: Balthasar Hubmaier, early German Reformation figure and leader of the Anabaptists, advocates of adult baptism.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vedder, Henry C. (Henry Clay), Balthasar Hübmaier, the leader of the Anabaptists. New York, London, G.P. A popular pulpiter in his day, Balthasar Hübmaier is an important figure of the Reformation that has been largely forgotten.
Henry C. Vedder provides a history of Balthasar Hübmaier and analyzes his works. An extensive bibliography and over 20 illustrations are included.
Balthasar Hübmaier: The Leader of the Anabaptists is a must-have for those interested in Reformation history. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed.
Description: xxiv, pages illustrations, facsimile, map, portraits 19 cm. Hubmaier, Balthasar, d. Anabaptists Publisher New York, London, G.P. Putnam's Sons Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor The Library of Congress Contributor The Library of Congress Language English.
Balthasar Hübmaier, the leader of the Anabaptists. (New York, London, G.P. Putnam's Sons, ), by Henry C. Vedder (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Het ontstaan en de vestiging van het Protestantisme in de Nederlanden / (Utrecht: A. Oosthoek, ), by Laurentius Knappert (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
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Find your favorite books at Author: Peter Hoover.On The Sword (Anabaptist Writings) by. Balthasar Hubmaier (The Anabaptist leader of the 16 th century) Balthasar Hubmaier. Contents. Intorduction. 2. ON THE SWORD. 4. THE FIRST PASSAGE.
4. THE SECOND PASSAGE. 5. THE THIRD PASSAGE. 7. THE FOURTH PASSAGE. 9. THE FIFTH PASSAGE. THE SIXTH PASSAGE. THE SEVENTH.Baptists sometimes miss out on great ancient resources found in some great theologians and leaders of the past who probably impacted our theology as much or more than the Reformers, but the Reformers get all the kudos.
Take, for example, Balthasar Hubmaier, an early anabaptist leader.