The Associated Press reported, on October 8, that 75 people attended the funeral of Charles C. Roberts. About half of the “mourners” were Amish.
In a world run by retaliatory violence, a community near Lancaster PA took a chance on the Reign of God.
That’s history. It’s irrefutable. It’s staggeringly convicting. It’s Anabaptism — lived.
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Amen. This is witness.
Apparently the Amish and the rest of the Anabaptist community have it all wrong. I would just love to get this book for Christmas. Do they still make WWJD? bracelets, ’cause I’d want one of those too to go along with it.
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