Andrew Dyck's syllabus is for a course introducing students to the early formation and continuing presence of Anabaptist spirituality. Here is the course description:
The spirituality of sixteenth-century Anabaptists has not only shaped differing Mennonite denominations, but also inspired other Christian groups in the twenty-first century. This course will trace key expressions of this 'radical Reformation' spirituality, and consider how those are expressed in contemporary Christian contexts. As well as reading about Anabaptist spirituality, students will read writings of the first Anabaptists, be invited to pray Anabaptist prayers, and explore the implications of Anabaptist spirituality for the students' own contexts.
The syllabus is available by contacting the blog moderator by email.
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