Flashcards in Lesson 14 Deck (16):
Anabaptist means "rebaptizers"
The goal of the Anabaptist movement was the restoration of apostolic Christianity
Anabaptist believed in a hierarchical form of church government
Anabaptist believed strongly in the doctrine of predestination
Anabaptist took the Sermon on the Mount very literally
When the Anabaptist movement first began there was no liturgical singing
Anabaptist believed the holy life was a means of obtaining salvation
The central focus for the Anabaptist was singing, shouting, and dancing.
The Anabaptist associated footwashing with baptism.
The radical element of the Anabaptist movement used violence and force.
The largest group of Anabaptista today is the Amish.
The founder of the Quakers was George Whitfield.
Quakers used the terms "Thou and Thee" as means of expressing equality of all people
Quakers got their name when an earthquake shook the church where they were worshiping God
Servetus wrote a treatise in A.D.1531 on strict monotheism.