Living 450 years ago, and called Anabaptists by their enemies because they insisted only believers could be truly baptized, these people typified the “Radical Reformation” which questioned literally every human tradition that had propped up the state church for a millennium and a half. Refusing to defend themselves with political or military power, this people’s influence spread even under persecution and foreign occupation. Perhaps one-tenth of the inhabitants of the Low Countries (now Holland and Belgium) came to believe as the Anabaptists did, despite mass tortures and executions under the Inquisition of their Spanish rulers. (Martyrs Mirror, Thieleman J. van Braght, Introduction)





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