http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?lid=17837A challenging message by brother Denny Kenaston. Far from being dry history our brother Denny draws much relevance from what the Anabaptists believed and lived. This message has much relevance to our walk with Christ today. There is much New Testament truth here. May the lives of the Anabaptists challenge us to that same deep faith walk they had with our Lord Jesus Christ.Brothers and sisters please listen and be efified and challenged as well as convicted.-bbs-
I preface this statement I am about to make, with this statement, by no means am I an idolater of any sort in thinking that America is a Christian nation, or is even a good nation. That said, I will say that no anabaptist had anything to do with the founding of America. There certainly were a number of christians who did have much to do with the founding of America, but none of them were anabaptist. As one man has said, "resistance to tyranny is obedience to God." What anabaptists can't and won't do, christians can and will!
Really Savannah. Your poat makes no sense. Did you even listen to the message by Denny Kenaston? It has nothing to do with America. But everything to do with the kingdom. That is the spiritual Kingdom of Christ.-bbs-
As one man has said, "resistance to tyranny is obedience to God."
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here is a link to read the "Introduction & Postscript" online:http://gospelpedlar.com/articles/Church%20History/stepchildren.html
[What anabaptists can't and won't do, christians can and will!]Savannah, your statement is very polarizing and judgmental, lacking kindness and respect for those who suffered much in Christ's name.It is true that Anabaptists were usually not seeking political power, but think of the numbers of Anabaptists that fled persecution, bondage and starvation in Europe that became the first settlers and had a great influence on America.Did you listen to Denny's message?